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Oscar Mbo Drops His Long Awaited Album

Oscar Mbo Drops His Long Awaited Album

Having pushed the release date of his debut album forward, Oscar Mbo’s fans were keenly waiting for it. On the 15th of November, Golden Power arrived and I must say the wait was worthwhile, the Big O delivered once again. This 13 track album is the perfect balance between soulful and deep house leaning more…

Get To Know Mavhuthu “Dadaman” Dzege: Soweto’s Dance Floor Fanatic Merging Running & Deep House Music To Make A Difference

Get To Know Mavhuthu “Dadaman” Dzege: Soweto’s Dance Floor Fanatic Merging Running & Deep House Music To Make A Difference

It is almost impossible to think about deep house fans and dance floor loyalists in Johannesburg without the face of a crazy, heavily bearded, topless guy named Dadaman immediately coming to mind. Soweto native Mavhuthu “Dadaman” Dzege is undoubtedly among the leading commanders of dance floors all over Johannesburg’s deep house underground scene. Not only…

In Conversation With Blackchild: Durban Based DJ On The Come Up

In Conversation With Blackchild: Durban Based DJ On The Come Up

The South African DJ landscape is heavily male-dominated and often excludes women. This doesn’t stop certain creative women who have a passion and a love for music, armed with a determination to change the status quo and strive, they are flipping the script in the name of passion and representation. Durban based house music and…

Get Lost In Dwson’s Bermuda EP

Get Lost In Dwson’s Bermuda EP

Cape Town based DJ and producer, Dwson, returns with another banger after his successful debut album released through Joburg based label, Stay True Sounds, in 2018 and a self-released smasher of a project titled Glimpses of You. Bermuda is the name of his latest project and it is a three-track EP packed with deep house…

June Recap: Top House Music Tracks Released In Southern Africa

June Recap: Top House Music Tracks Released In Southern Africa

If you’re reading this then congratulations are in order. You’ve made it through to the second half of 2019 and just as Jim George said, “It’s not how you start that’s important, but how you finish.” Judging from this month’s releases the house music scene in Southern Africa is looking to use the second half…

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