The South African music scene has evolved so much in the last decade. I personally love listening to one of our top DJ’s, ‘Euphonik’. Check out my Spotify playlist of South African artists to hear his sound along with many others.
Skybok was fortunate to film some incredible music venues that contributed to the country’s music scene by providing platforms for local artists to reach new audiences + connect with old ones.
Here are stand out places we filmed in various cities:
Skybok recently travelled with Maritime Motors to shoot for their new corporate video profile. See their last profile below. To capture their distributions in George, Grahamstown, Humansdorp and Port Elizabeth, Skybok hit the road and blazed a trail across the South African Garden Route!
Grahamstown is certainly a town in South Africa well-known for its nightlife. It’s been called a ‘student village’ as it houses the popular Rhodes University, so it’s no wonder there are countless bars, pubs and nightclubs to keep its young learners entertained!
Prime offers the latest upmarket and trendy nightclub experience in Grahamstown. Previously known as Equilibrium (Est. 1999) and comprehensively revamped in Feb 2012, Prime has been providing the best in local, national and international talents to Grahamstown and the Eastern Cape for the past decade.
We had a lot of fun shooting this, and it’s definitely got us wanting to go back to Grahamstown soon!
Situated at 118 High Street in Grahamstown, South Africa, this quirky coffee shop & bistro is a popular hangout for students and professionals alike.
Renowned for its burgers, sandwiches, salads, quiches, cakes and an array of espresso’s and coffees, breakfast is served all day. It’s open Mondays to Fridays from 8am to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to 3pm. We had a lot of fun shooting their profile, enjoy!
If you’ve never been to the Nanaga Farm Stall………….you simply HAVE to stop and enjoy the “Nanaga Experience”. As the old saying goes; “You don’t know what you’re missing until you have had it!”
Located comfortably between rolling hills, it’s conveniently located at the intersection of three main routes, namely the N2, R10 and R72. It lies 50km from Port Elizabeth, the Eastern Cape’s largest city.
It’s nicknamed “The Clover Leaf” because the convergence of these roads creates a clover leaf shape when viewed from the air.
If you are familiar with Nanaga, or a regular visitor, then you already know of the treasure trove of delights behind the impressive and massive front door!
We were thrilled to shoot their video profile for them, which you can check out below! They are so famous for their “Roosterbrood” – a real south african treat – not to mention their meat pies!