Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
African and Western musicians collaborate to produce rich music influenced by their different cultures.
Recreated from 1 200 pages of radio broadcast transcripts, "Hate Radio" tells the story of the horrific days of the Rwandan Genocide in 1994.
You get a glimpse of the man behind the myth in Peter Ames Carlin's biography, "Bruce", chronicling the life of rock 'n roller Bruce Springsteen.
Bridging the gap between experimental, classical and rock and roll jazz music.
Die See made waves with their independently recorded and released self-titled album, which hit the shelves in 2010.
A look at four distinctly talented artists across four genres of music.
One of Johannesburg's treasures, Ampersand, or Warren Cohen as he is known to his friends, has unfortunately flown under the radar.
All the way from the streets of Dakar comes Mark Ernestus’s most recent project
Mthethwa and his dance crews have seen the world since the M&G last touched base with him.
After earning his stripes on the Berlin techno scene, Ernestus has turned his attention to the music of the Africa, with spectacular results.