After a short break, Texx Talks Season 2 is set to premiere on Thursday the 2nd of July with a bumper eight episodes that will roll out weekly.
Hosted by Tecla Ciolfi, curator & editor of South African music website Texx and the City, Texx Talks is a look behind the curtain at what fuels your favourite musicians – from Mzansi to the world.
Season 2 features Kwesta, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Early B, Goodluck, Culoe De Song, Karen Zoid, Msaki and internationally renowned singer-songwriter, Passenger, who all share their highs, their lows and how they’re all dealing with lockdown, in frank deep-dive discussions.
Following a successful Season 1, which saw the music interview podcast scoop the #1 Music Podcast on Apple Podcasts for several consecutive weeks, Season 2 is shaping up to be just as entertaining with TOMS – The Only Music Shop, onboard as a gear sponsor to facilitate remote recordings during lockdown.
So listen in and find out why Texx Talks slaps harder than a warm Ben 10 on a cold night.
Listen to Texx Talks’ Season 1 trailer here: https://bit.ly/texx-talks-s2-trailer
Subscribe, rate & review Texx Talks on Apple Podcasts here: http://bit.ly/texx-talks-apple-podcasts
Follow Texx Talks on social media: Website: https://texxtalks.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/texxtalks Twitter: www.twitter.com/texxtalks Instagram: www.instagram.com/texxtalks Follow Texx and the City on social media: Website: www.texxandthecity.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/texxandthecity Twitter: www.twitter.com/texxandthecity Instagram: www.instagram.com/texxandthecity
About Texx Talks:
The latest venture of SA entertainment website Texx and the City is Texx Talks – a weekly interview-style music podcast that takes a look behind the curtain at what fuels your favourite musicians – from Mzansi to the world.
A joint venture between Tecla Ciolfi (TATC’s curator & editor), producers Jonathan Inggs and Matthew Loots (Unicorn Media) and research assistant Al Clapper, as the popularity of podcasting continues to grow steadily in SA there’s no better time to capitalise on the need for a solid music podcast. Texx Talks does exactly this.