Bell le Pere is a helluva name but so is the music he played at Jo’burg’s The Orbit.
Violence and murder – of Marikana miners and foreigners – inspired works by saxophonist Salim Washington
After moderate success producing for South Africa's A-list hip-hop acts, South African electro producer Muzi has set up shop in Berlin.
Bowie’s last album hints at a dark secret.
The frontman of award-winning UK jazz band Sons of Kemet is in SA to play & record with touted jazz artists. He caught up with the Mail & Guardian.
The 1980s afro-pop band spoke to the Mail & Guardian about their upcoming album and performance at the Vic Falls Carnival.
A selection of events to help you enter 2016 with a bang.
Charles Leonard chooses a fine, eclectic mix of jazz – local, spiritual, Afro-futurist – dub, electronica and pop.
A year after his successful twin-album comeback, the Purple One does his thing again.
Guitarist Mdou Moctar stars in an adaptation of Prince's movie Purple Rain - transferred to the deserts of Niger.
Peter Auret's homely Linden studio is fast becoming the go-to place to lay down those jazz licks.
Legendary pianist Abdullah Ibrahim returns to his beloved Cape Town to weave his storytelling magic.
This year's shortlist has been announced, with seven nominations for the pop, rap and R&B stars.
The legendary vocalist talks about her skirmish with American DJ Osunlade and the influence of South African house music.
The mix of prog rock, hymns and vocals on Wake Up! sounds like the kind of album that crate diggers, kitsch lovers and sample seekers will cherish.
The Cape Town hip-hop quartet is taking their spaza sound to the masses with their new record label.
Trumpeter Mandlesizwe Mlangeni assembled his dream team to form Amandla Freedom Ensemble and record his debut album.
Blitz's artistic language speaks to young immigrants who are bridging the gap between the world they live in and the world from which they hail.
Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness confront the current political malaise through the power of music.