In a triumphant return to their homeland, the legendary eVoid, a truly iconic South African band, graced the stage once again for a series of special live performances. It was an evening to remember as Bafana FM and Top Hitz eagerly gathered at The Copper Bar in Bryanston, South Africa, specifically for the Johannesburg leg of the band’s tour.
The anticipation was palpable, and the venue was packed to the brim, pulsating with excitement as eVoid unleashed their timeless hits. The atmosphere was electric, and the crowd went wild as the band delivered unforgettable renditions of their iconic tracks, including the mesmerizing “Shadows,” the groovy “Taximan,” the infectious “I am a Fadget” and their new hit “Under Blue Skies”. Not content with their own classics alone, eVoid delighted their adoring fans with energetic and well-received covers of revered acts such as Talking Heads and Johnny Clegg.
Video shot by Julian Von Plato.
The Windrich brothers, ever the embodiment of African rhythm, showcased their immense talent and undeniable connection to their musical roots. With their captivating stage presence, they effortlessly enraptured the audience, demonstrating their exceptional dance moves and showcasing their prowess as skilled songwriters. It was a resounding testament to their enduring legacy and a testament to their ability to captivate audiences in the year 2023 with their distinctive ethnotronic fadget sound.
This remarkable live show was characterized by its strong melodies, irresistible choruses, and an unwavering vibrant energy. Undoubtedly, it stands as one of the most outstanding musical events of the year thus far. Following the concert, we had the privilege of chatting with the Windrich brothers themselves, who hinted at the possibility of embarking on a comprehensive South African tour in the near future. Keep a close eye on this space for further details, as their return promises to be nothing short of spectacular.
eVoid’s return to the stage was nothing short of magnificent, as they reaffirmed their status as true legends of South African music. Their performance was a testament to their enduring talent, and it left the audience in awe. This extraordinary show was a resounding success, serving as a reminder of the indelible mark eVoid has left on the South African music scene.
Review by Dale Olivier.