A deep ancestral sense and passionate electronica characterise the Owiny Sigoma Band's third album.
Singing hits from his over two-decade-long career, US star Pharrell Williams's shows in Jo'burg and the Cape wowed crowds and caused controversy.
Executive producer of Joy of Jazz Peter Tladi talks about the young fresh talent at the festival and the improvements they've made to the festival.
For decades, the diverse musician has been at the cutting edge of music in South Africa, and he is still there, pushing the boundaries.
Three well-known jazz players want to change the way their gender is viewed in the industry and a new soapie on Mzansi Magic is giving them the break.
As the bassist prepares for his Joy of Jazz show, Gwen Ansell unpacks the musician's life and the label “avant-garde”, which he has been linked to.
A good ear and passion for Jazz set United States RnB star Brian McKnight off on a path as one of the eminent singer-songwriters of our time.
The guy behind the counter at the Bohemian is out to give the scene a swift kick in the pants.
The composer of the most beautiful piece of music in the world, Arvo Pärt, has recently turned 80.
From the annual conference's mission to leaving a legacy behind, we chat to Mandla Maseko about Moshito at 12 years old.
UK producer and DJ Charles Webster talks about playing at this weekend's Churn 2015 and his latest album.
The festival's director has vowed that this lively celebration of East African music will be back bigger and stronger in 2017.
Through history and genres, pianist Bokani Dyer's latest album "World Music" explores an almost limitless landscape of sounds.
This DJ, performing at Jazz in the Cradle, describes his unique sound as jazz disguised as deep house.
Thumping Arabic love songs have made him an unlikely cult star. No one is more surprised than him, he reveals, as he talks about his new album.
The draft of 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall' lyrics contains scribbled revisions and scratchings-out to the song that Dylan recorded in December 1962.
From GinaJeanz to Card on Spokes and Indigo Reign, we've interviewed four musicians, who have given M&G readers a free download of their craft.
From jazz and house to hip-hop, we highlight some top music acts at Oppikoppi 2015.
The kasi-soul trio believe the primacy of the voice and their culturally diverse background sets them well to send out a universal message.