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Shabaka and The Ancestors heed history’s call

“We need to start articulating our utopias, articulating what needs to be burned and what needs to be saved.” — Shabaka Hutchings

​Motuba hits the motherlode

More of a sound experimenter than a singer, Gabi Motuba spent three years carefully crafting her debut

The family is the sanctum

Tumi Mogorosi and Gabisile Motuba’s new album expresses a contentment, love and strength.

Songs of freedom at Joburg’s best kept secret

On its fourth birthday the Afrikan freedom Station remains at the heart of Joburg's arts and jazz scene.

Shabaka Hutchings: UK saxophonist in tune with SA’s top brass

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.

Cape Town Jazz Fest 2016: Line up promises to dazzle fans

Some local jazz heavyweights and a clutch of crowd pullers are setting the right tone for next year's festival.

Top 50 albums of 2014

Charles Leonard chooses his top 50 albums of 2014.

Tumi Mogorosi talks drums

Tumi Mogorosi's visionary debut album celebrates the centrality of percussion in African spirituality.

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