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Published on Oct 18, 2011
The local music landscape is in the throes of evolution thanks to Johan Oberholzer and Wilmaré Rautenbach, two incredibly able singer/songwriters. Collectively the two are HULLE, the new face of original Afrikaans pop that, one single in, has already successfully re-invigorated charts right across the country. The song in question is "Laaste Asem", and since its release to radio in early July 2011, the Cape Town-based duo has been hard at work wrapping up an album's worth of confirmatory brilliance in support of their lyrically rich and brilliantly produced first single. Every group and artist has a story to tell of how they arrived at the place we first meet them. HULLE is no different. Take two young, massively ambitious and clearly gifted individuals whose paths first cross, igniting a spark and curiosity, when Johan and Wilmaré are still in primary school. Fast-forward to 2003 Walvisbaai, where their mutual infatuation with each other's skills realises a series of shared live performances that quickly turn into multiple sell-out weekly gigs.