Category Archives: South Africa

Foster Manganyi

Foster Manganyi – Fambani The 2nd in the series of Shangaan Electro recordings to come out on Honest Jon’s is now avaliable, and as a teaser they have allowed me to put up one of my favorite tracks from the … Continue reading

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DJ Tetris- Sudafrika 2010 Tha Pope did it pretty well but this is one of the better examples of Mbube being used in a good manner.

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Shangaan Electro

I’m hooked on Shangaan “kwaito” lately, and I just realized that Honest Jon’s is putting out a compilation of it coming out later this month. For those who haven’t seen the videos, and I’d be surprised if you haven’t given … Continue reading

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DOWNLOAD Another weird as fuck House mix from Spoek. I spit out all of my cereal when I read the title this morning.

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Ass Big Enough…

Schlachthofbronx – Belly Full of Pills Promo Mix 2009 Bavarian Bounce meets Soweto swagger. A deadly combination of Oktoberfest rave music and South African kids that sound like bees, this is a nice little preview to the EP out at … Continue reading

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No it Doesn’t

Harari – Party (LeBaron Edit) (from the internet orig 1980) There is this dumpster by my house that reads “Disco Sucks” next to “Joan Jett and the Blackhearts” both written with a paint pen. Fuck that noise, along all those … Continue reading

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Now Playing

Apologize for the slowness lately, have been in the process of moving. I am now located on the same side of town as Bad Bad Leroy Brown. Expect lots of Cumbia CD digging this summer. I got a special treat … Continue reading

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