Trumpeter Mandlesizwe Mlangeni assembled his dream team to form Amandla Freedom Ensemble and record his debut album.
Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness confront the current political malaise through the power of music.
Fred Wesley played trombone for the godfather of soul but his first love has always been jazz.
Forever dealing with changes, The Brother Moves On regroups to stick it to the man.
The new national hub in Jo’burg city centre realises democracy’s vision of freeing local musicians’ talent.
With technology constantly evolving, the gap between the local and international entertainment industry is closing.
The music festival on Lake Malawi is the closest thing to paradise.
The new wave of young, female hip-hop artists insists that ‘femcees’ be judged on their musical merits and not on their gender.
Afrosoul is not just about mellow tunes in the vernacular, says singer-songwriter Zonke Dikana.
Some local jazz heavyweights and a clutch of crowd pullers are setting the right tone for next year's festival.
A deep ancestral sense and passionate electronica characterise the Owiny Sigoma Band's third album.
With articles on guitar goddesses such as St Vincent written by women, the magazine dispels the myth that learning to shred is a male-only pursuit.
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.