Latest News, News, Shows/Tours

BCUC & KAJAMA To Play Sunday Edition This Week

Event News: In Cape Town, following from May’s show with Petite Noir, Black Major return with the laidback, intimate experience featuring BCUC and Kajama.

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Don’t Miss ‘A Night of Talented Womxn’ in Joburg This Friday

Event News: After a successful launch event in Cape Town 2 months ago, catch Moonchild, KAJAMA, LUMA, Rosie Parade and more at the Joburg on Friday 27/10.

Stories, Subcultures

Lagos, Jozi & Lilongwe: Night and the African City

NIGHTSCAPES: Reflecting on the Nocturnal African Cities panel in Basel, Beth Vale explores the ephemeral and invisible cartography of 3 African cities.

Latest News, New Music, News

Kajama Pray to the Moon for Love in Surreal New Video

NEW MUSIC: Future soul sister-duo Kajama release a stunning Afro-futuristic video for their song, ‘Lunar Moonlight’, exploring the drama of falling in love.

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Kajama Are in the Mother City This Week for Eko II

EVENT NEWS: Our favourite groove godesses are performing in Cape Town this Wednesday, at a special sit-down show organised by Eko Label.

Artist Stories, Stories

Kajama: The Sister Duo Carving Out Space and Finessing Plurality

FEATURE: Taking charge of all aspects of the music is a risky undertaking for any emerging artist – more so for young women – but that’s not stopping them.

Lists

List: 5 Black Women Slaying Electronic Music Right Now

LIST: As audiences re-acknowledge the industry’s lack of focus on the contributions of women and femmes of colour, Maneo Mohale shares those on her radar.

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Spoek Mathambo Returns with a Transcendental and Groove-Driven Message

NEW MUSIC: Spoek Mathambo reconnects to his maskandi roots with new track ‘I Found You’, featuring soulful vocals, earthy bass and rhythmic guitar.

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Kajama Share Groove-Drenched Soothing Single, ‘Block’

NEW MUSIC: The sister act of Nandi and Nongoma Ndlovu have released the follow-up to August’s punchy, assertive ‘Tricks’ on Subterranean Wavelength.