Siya Mthembu had contacted me a few months prior to ask if I’d be down to hang out while a revolution unfolded before my eyes. Of course… Read more “Documenting The Process: The Indaba Is… Zine Ting”
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… Read more “#Featured | Okayafrica Interview About The South African Jazz Stuff”
Linda Sikhakhane’s head is tilted back. His eyes are closed. He takes breaths at regular intervals while listening to the playback of a song him and the… Read more “Linda Sikhakhane: Of Coltrane, Mirrors And Otherworlds”
I collaborated with the homies on different video projects recently.
Tumi Mogorosi and Gabisile Motuba have been cookin’ food with the Swiss. The new serving is called Sanctum Sanctorium. If we’re using their past work together —… Read more “#Fotografi | Tumi Mogorosi Pic As Press Shot For New Project”
This image, which we made with the brother Tumi in 2014 following a gig in Melville, has travelled. Glad to see the homeslice afford it such value.… Read more “#Fotografi | Tumi Mogorosi’s New Website”
It’s August, which for me means that two albums I was afforded the opportunity to listen to beforehand are getting released – Shane Cooper’s “Oscillations“, and Blakrok’s… Read more “New Month, New Music”
At 21 years old, Kyle Shepherd burst into the South African jazz conscience without prior warning. Following in the footsteps of heavyweights such as Marcus Wyatt, Andile… Read more “Interview With Kyle Shepherd”