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Let’s be real: most people consider themselves a music lover. YOU consider yourself a music lover in some way, seeing as you clicked on this post in the first place (WOO clickbait) but if you haven’t heard these albums, you need to, and if you don’t like them after hearing them… that’s fine, point is you gotta hear them, and even if you don’t like them, you just can’t help but appreciate them. In alphabetical order, here are 5 albums from the last 2 years that’ll give you some aural pleasure. 1. Snarky Puppy – Culcha Vulcha Not everyone is a fan of jazz fusion, but everyone that likes fusion likes Snarky Puppy. They’re the cannabis of the jazz world: a gateway to everything else, and one hell of a gateway at that. I dare you to not feel outrageously sophisticated while listening to Culcha Vulcha. I dare you to not say…

‘Gaming? Addiction? Rubbish!’ you might say. What’s the harm in sitting down in front of a screen for a few hours each evening? You come home from work or school and are in need of some quality R&R and the first thing to catch your attention is that sexy-sleek slab of metal and plastic: the powerhouse of all your gaming needs. (Please note: I will not distinguish between console and PC gaming in this article. If you’re looking for that debate, go and be a fanboy/girl on Reddit). So, anyway, you fire that bad boy up and settle down for a moment or two of quality entertainment. It’s good, it’s fun, it gives you the kick you need. After a seemingly short amount of time you happen to glance up at the clock and, lo and behold, it’s been four bloody hours. You’ve got a problem. Or, maybe you don’t. If you’re…

The decision to go out into the Rest of the World is a big deal. I moved to the UK a year and a half ago and it sure hasn’t been the easiest process. I miss South Africa dearly; perhaps I’m a soppy patriot but I think it’s just the magic that a place like SA has. However, for some, moving to another country is inevitable. To this end I’ve whipped up a few tips for South Africans living abroad. Slotting into a new culture whilst retaining what makes you unique can be tough, so here are some tricks to ensure you do your new home right. Drop the Rand For the first few months, you’re bound to compulsively convert every purchase you make into Rands to justify it in your mind. Give yourself some time to adjust and then STOP. Just stop it. The only thing it’s good for is…