NEW MUSIC: LP releases in underground electronic music are rare, but the bass and down-tempo producer’s 13-track is an obvious choice, once you’ve listened.
OPINION: With the impact of ZA hip hop music videos on people’s consciousness in mind, we need to hold directors to higher standards of visual storytelling.
New Music: On their 13-track debut, they firmly ground gqom’s commercial success in its home town, a rare feat for a quickly trafficked underground sound.
New Music: The follow up EP to 2016’s ‘Bottoms Revenge’ is out 27/10, and continues in their collaborative chameleon-like constant sonic reimaginings.
EVENT NEWS: The new event’s Pan-African mandate is a focus that’s sorely missing from the current scene.
Kintsugi is a Japanese art of mending cracked and broken porcelain, using gold to highlight the new imperfections as opposed to hiding them.
NEW MUSIC: The video plays like an insider’s view of a rich landscape – highlighting the world of a group of Basotho shepherds in high definition.
EVENT NEWS: Happening at Kitchener’s this Saturday, the event’s tagline is “stop listening to music that you feel most comfortable on listening to”.
EVENT NEWS: The decidedly geeky, Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival puts together an Ocean’s Eleven style crew of local musicians.
NEW MUSIC: The new Cape Town duo introduces a fresh and innovative sound, while looking at the world with sepia-toned lenses.