Album Review: Chino Amobi’s Search for “Paradiso” Highlights The Journey of Black Bodies Through Electronic Music

Paradiso tells the story of the black body through electronic music, presenting a candid and tangible dimension that can only be experience through this haphazard mess of sounds, tightly knit by the breadcrumbs of relatable noise, layered at various points on the projects.

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Interview: Anbuley Opens Up About Her Roots and Her Music on The Freedom EP

Going through Anbuley’s Soundcloud page is like stroll though an Afrofuturist garden, where cosmic rhythm an melody are in bloom. The singer's raspy and rousing vocals lend her a unique layer to the polarizing music she producers. You would not find anyone, anywhere sounding like her

Revisiting Bubblegum Pop from South Africa with Umoja 

  Contemporary South Africa music tends to be driven by electronic music, especially post apartheid music like Kwaito. Musicians in the 80s, attracted to the warbly yet syrupy sounds from cryptic synthesizers, organs and guitars helped lay the foundations for the deep house and Kwaito craze that dominates current South african music.  Bubblegum pop and … Continue reading Revisiting Bubblegum Pop from South Africa with Umoja