Biz-Community (Cape Town)

24 January 2013

South Africa: Haezer to Launch Music Video

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Haezer will be launching the new music video for Troublemaker in February, 2013. The single will feature Tumi Molekane and is the first single from Haezer's "The Wrong Kid Died" EP, released worldwide through Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records.

Troublemaker reached number five on the 5FM Top 40 in November 2012.

The video for Troublemaker is an Afro-thriller set in Khayelitsha, where four young children with destructive super powers wreak havoc on their town.

There will be two launch events held on 1 and 2 February with an extremely special guest act all the way from Belgium, The Oddword. Together with Haezer they will be launching Troublemaker at Arcade Empire, Pretoria, on 1 February and on 2 February at Fiction Bar in Cape Town.

1 February: Pretoria

Main Stage:

• Haezer

• The Oddword

• Crossman & Phizicist

• Deeziak

• Kid Robot

Second Stage:

• Hypomaniacs

• Mr Green

• Doctor Khumalo

• Minx

• Spook Wolf

Tickets prices

Up to 24 January: R40

25 to 31 January: R60

1 Feb: R80

R80 at the door

2 February: Cape Town

Main Stage:

• Haezer

• The Oddword

• Bteam

• Sideshow

• Headphase

Ticket prices

R50 online

R60 at the door

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