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23
MAY

Avant Garde Troupe chats to Dj Spinna

DJ Spinna(New York City) Avant Garde Troupe, One of the crucial characteristics of jazz in a working class is its search for the new. As a music of individual and collective self expression, which stresses each player working out a personal voice and style, it has always striven to deepen its language and move beyond previous boundaries. That development has always been collective, musicians learning with and from each other.
Dj Spinna is going back to the MOTHERLAND. It's been far too long since my last visit. When I arrive I will kiss the ground. South Africa, see you soon
23
MAY

Blinky Bill chats to Spha Mdlalose

Blinky Bill (born Sellanga Ochieng') is a Kenyan musician, DJ and producer. He is a founding member of Kenyan electronic music and art collective Just a Band with whom he has released three albums. He is an alumni of the US State-funded music programme One Beat Music in 2013.
22
MAY

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu was born May 12, 1989, in Mamelodi East of Pretoria.
His first encounter with music was in 2003 at an orphanage (SOS), where an art project was run on weekends in correspondence with the UNISA community engagement and outreach programDaniMali is a body of multi-discipline art work (with music as the primary art form) that narrates the complexities of what it means to be a young black South African in “the new South Africa”. Its creative philosophy connects some of the world’s most vibrant art forms to the long-term continuum of jazz in South Africa’s own community. The project combines rhythmic and harmonic devices from a whole array or genres with serious roots in jazz and indigenous music.
22
MAY

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu performing live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

DaniMali is a body of multi-discipline art work (with music as the primary art form) that narrates the complexities of what it means to be a young black South African in “the new South Africa”. Its creative philosophy connects some of the world’s most vibrant art forms to the long-term continuum of jazz in South Africa’s own community.One of the earliest ensembles Mahlangu played in was a group led by Yonela Mnana, with whom he played tenor sax. Later he met and started working with Nduduzo Makhathini’s band, where the young musician began to fully explore his experimental side of modal music and recorded as a sideman.
21
MAY

Rabbie Wrote and Renade on Living with Jazz and Poetry

Rabbie and Renade Lovers of poetry will experience the first of its kind poetry concert this October when Magnum Opus Poetry presents #TheCosmosTribe at the Wits Great Hall on Saturday the 27th. Literature, art, theatre and live music over spoken word have had enough of taking the back seat as Magnum Opus, a Joburg based poetry trio, put together a show of all shows to close the poetry year. The fire line-up is made of a selection of the biggest names currently in the poetry scene
20
MAY

Thandi Ntuli chats to Zoë Modiga and Ndumiso Manana.

Sven Götz grew up in Sweden and started playing guitar at the age of 12.
Musical stations in various Rock + Popbands, u.a. "ROT" (1er Prize at Young Music Competition of Jazz + Rockschule Freiburg) and with the rock band "man not man". Founding of his own band "PANJOY" which he worked for seven years as a composer, bandleader and manager.
16
MAY

Ziza Muftic chats to Spha Mdlalose

Ziza Muftic is a Croatian born, South African jazz vocalist. She is also an educator, a pianist and a composer.
Ziza’s sound is a unique blend of Eastern European folk tunes mixed with American and South African jazz styles.
She has over 30 years of performing experience, first as a violinist, then a vocalist and a pianist. Ziza has performed with some of South Africa’s top musicians and has Masters of music degree from University of Witwatersrand.
15
MAY

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane, journalist who found her voice in singing. She turned to singing because she felt the truth wasn't always told in journalism , Nkamogeleng therefore turned to singing in order to tell people's stories in an honest way. She formed the neo-jazz group FingerPrint5 in 2012 along with four other musicians and The group's aim is to share and preserve indigenous sounds and stories
15
MAY

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane performs live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane Music has always been as much a part of me as journalism has, but I had to choose between what I was most passionate about, which was jazz,” The band prides itself in its African indigenous meets neo-jazz sound, resulting in a genre called Root Soul.Our music is inspired by the African child, equal rights and justice. We promote and stand for innocence. We sing in African languages
15
MAY

NickyB chats to Phange Plaatjies

Phange Plaatjies Explore the largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and creators of music and audio. He studied Sound Engineering at Cape Audio College - The Institute of Sound Technology ,
Studied at Boston Media House. Lives in Johannesburg, Gauteng
From Katlehong,
13
MAY

Thandi Ntuli chats to Bokani Dyer

Multi-award winning composer and pianist Bokani Dyer .having musician around in his early life gave Bokani the profound insight into the life of a musician and sparked a keen interest in pursuing music as a career. After taking up formal piano studies at the age 14 for 4 years, he was accepted into the Jazz program at the university of Cape Town where he graduated in 2008 with an Honours degree in performance and Composition with distinction.
08
MAY

Lindi Ngonelo hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Lindelwe Ngonelo was born in 1986 in Gauteng, and the age of 10, she and her family moved to Durban and she then started playing the piano at the age of 12 when her parents started a church in 1998. In April 2013 she graduated with a Bachelor or Practical Music (Honours) from the University of Kwazulu Natal majoring in Jazz Performance, where she studied under Mr. Neil Gonsalves. Ngonelo is a versatile pianist whose music comprises strong elements of jazz, and ventures into different time signatures and textures.

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