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The Lists: Listening to TKZee, Stance and The Kyle Shepherd Trio

Compiled by Friday editor Milisuthando Bongela and senior arts writer Kwanele Sosibo.

The music streaming flood can’t be stopped

Modern music listeners no longer care about owning songs, they want their library on the go and on demand.

Spotify in talks with Vodacom over music deal in Africa

International digital music service Spotify is said to be in talks with Vodacom to provide users with access to its music library.

Daft Punk’s new album leaks

The French duo's album has leaked on social media before the release date next Monday, giving fans the best platform to react - Twitter.

New digital music service is a Nigerian love affair

Michael Ugwu was born into a Nigerian family in London, but remaining connected to his culture was important.

Streaming comes to SA

A new service allows you to stream any music you want from the internet - for R60 a month. Lloyd Gedye reports.

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