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#Studio | Mushroom Hour Releases Tumi Mogorosi’s ‘Group Theory: Black Music’ Film
Drummer Tumi Mogorosi’s ‘Group Theory: Black Music’ comes nearly a decade since he broke into the improvised music scene with 2014’s ‘Project Elo’.
#Featured | 7 Pop Culture References on AKA’s Touch My Blood Album
AKA outdid himself on his third studio album – because 24/7/365 is a mixtape – Touch My Blood. His mixture of conventional pop song structure, unforgettable melodies and above-grade raps renders replay value missing from what’s trending on the Mzansi rap scene currently. I picked 7 of stand-out cultural references from his verses on the…
100 Greatest Kwaito Songs From The 90s And Early 00s
Around March, I was asked by Apple Music to compile a set of 9 playlists, each containing 100 songs, across different genres. The series is called Mzansi Essentials 100, and consists of black music ranging from Kwela to Jazz to Mbaqanga, Maskandi, to House and Hip Hop.
Langa & Shekhinah Kick It At The Bar
Two artists, arguably the finest of this generation, walk into a bar. They don’t do it at once, however.
#Featured | Photography Work In Drum & People Magazines
I was thinking recently how what I am doing currently — photographing, writing, video graphing, editing — was never the plan; and how growing up, there never really was one.
#Featured | Okayafrica Interview About The South African Jazz Stuff
I did an interview with my homie Sabelo from Okayafrica about the jazz stuff I’ve been documenting over the past few years. I said some things that will likely get me blacklisted from opportunities
#Featured | Photo-Essay For Just Sunday Magazine’s Kult Issue
The homie Khanya Sijaji publishes an independent magazine named Just Sunday. He asked whether I’d be keen to contribute a photo-essay, and asked that I submit text and images in line with the theme after I’d agreed to contribute.
#Featured | Photography For Johnny Cradle’s Debut Album
About three months ago, Johnny Cradle announced in front of a club-full of people that they’d been signed to the Just Music label, and that their album would be coming in due time.