The French duo's album has leaked on social media before the release date next Monday, giving fans the best platform to react - Twitter.
Rokia Traoré has been pursuing her muse — and discovering more of her Malian musical identity.
Listening to his latest album makes you hope it’s not a one-off, that musician David Bowie's return continues apace.
Khuli Chana's timeless sound makes his latest album one of the most enjoyable this festive season and beyond.
If there was any justice in the music industry, thousands of South Africans would find a copy of the new Make-Overs album in their Christmas stocking.
One thing to be said about Zuluboy is that his delivery is never lacklustre, regardless of the tempo of the beat.
The Future Sound of Mzansi is a compilation album of rarities, remixes and collaborations that will be distributed across the continent.
This has been a big year for Johannesburg's performance-art wonderkids.
The a capella trio, The Soil's self-titled debut album is taking their message to a wider audience.
Lark's latest material doesn't offer their fans anything new, despite the evolution of South African electronic music, writes Lloyd Gedye.
We are used to this now: a barnstorming, fire-eating raggamuffin DJ who, midway through his career, discovers dancehall's conscious roots.
It's clear that within Sonic Youth or outside of its confines, Lee Ranaldo has a lot to offer the music world, writes Lloyd Gedye.
Actress typically presents washes of layered sound and then uses what sound like real instruments --- piano, organ, flute --- to carry the melody.
El-P has moved towards the mainstream, or at least a wider audience. Thankfully, he has pulled it off without sacrificing urgency and proficiency.
The fusion of folk harmonies with hip-hop's swagger, rock's bombast and great production has created a sound that has the music world all aflutter.
This album, just under 43 minutes long, is more a series of exquisite and often haunting experimental soundscapes.
There is something to be said for heart-on-your sleeve honesty, especially if a songwriter manages this while keeping listeners interested.
Die Skynmaagde juxtapose the banal from Afrikaans music knowingly and playfully with Marxist concepts and communist heroes, writes Charles Leonard.
Matthew van der Want, one half of South Africa's finest singer-songwriting duos, is about to make a comeback.