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The Ghost journeys the PASS universe to bring you intergalatic Pan-African sounds from the PASS archive.
London’s Shabaka Hutchings (Zed-U; Polar Bear; Heliocentrics; Sons of Kemet; etc.) with Bra Tebs coming to you live from Tagore’s Jazz Bar, 42 Trill Road, Observatory, Cape Town. If you don’t know, Bra Tebs (Louis Moholo-Moholo) is the only surviving founder of the famed Blue Notes (who civilised Europe in the mid-60s by teaching them how to play free!)
Robert Glasper, Kenny Garrett, Andile Yenana, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman and Richard Bona are just a few of the names jazz crew Ological Studies drop as influences. As might be expected then, their sound is an eclectic brew that owes as much to free jazz as it does to funk and soul. Featuring Sibusiso Dlamini (piano, keyboard, vocals), Phumlani Mtiti (alto saxophonist) and an ever shifting ensemble of friends, Ological scored themselves a SAMA award for their 2011 album Free-dom. …
Acclaimed composer and soloist Hilton Schilder and his trio create sounds you’ve not heard before – jazz flourishes fuse with urban Khoi sounds, goema grooves and other authentic Cape Town vibes. [ broadcasting from Tagore's Jazz Bar, 42 Trill Road, Observatory, Cape Town ]
pic by Jonx Pillemer. More here. Thath’i Cover Okestra in a unique re-exploration of kwaito music live at Guga Sthebe- Arts & Culture Center, Langa on on November 4 The brainchild of Rangoato Hlasane and Malose Malahlela from Keleketla! Library, the Okestra invites a crew of young independent Joburg-based musicians (supported by the Goethe Institut) to investigate the meaning and importance of kwaito music’s legacy for a new generation. More here. Their PASS performance featured original and new members of …