Pan African Space Station

The Pan African Space Station (PASS) is a music platform on the internet and in venues across the African world.

PASS Radio: a unique freeform radio station streaming cutting edge music live online 24/7. Live Events: throughout the year, PASS plays host to genre-busting music outfits from global Africa dedicated to exploring new musical territory. More here...

......In space since 2008......

PASS pop-up studio is in orbit! Paris and London audio replayable now-now. Listen from November 11-15 for live-streams from New York at the Performa Hub.  Check the PASS blog for more. Leap here...

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PASS in NY: Africa is a Country and guests


Founded by Sean Jacobs, Africa is a Country is a blog about media, politics, music, events and football. For PASS, Africa is a Country managing editor and music section curator, Boima Tucker, invites friends and colleagues to present: Block The Road: The Sound of Afrosoca with Rishi Nath; DLife, Adrift: A soundtrack for migration with DJ Ushka (Thanu Yakupitiyage) and Sierra Leonean electronic music producer Lamin Fofana; and a discussion on photography with Zachary Rosen, Awam Amkpa, and Delphine Fawundu. …  ( continue reading

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[…] a discussion on photography with Zachary Rosen and friends. Then poet and choreographer Harmony Holiday digs in her Astro/Afrosonics Archive, which weaves poetry, poetics ... in PASS in NY: Harmony Holiday [ Sun 15/11 17:27 ]

[…] final day of the Pop-up at the Performa Hub in New York. Join us at 47 Walker street at 3pm when Nontsikelelo Mutiti kicks off with ... in PASS in NY: Nontsikelelo Mutiti and guests [ Sun 15/11 17:18 ]

[…] is Hashim Aidi on gnawa: ”Their music is believed to heal people possessed by jinn, or spirits. The rise of this […]... in PASS in NY: Hisham Aidi with Abdi Latif Ega and Rashidah Ismaili Abubakr [ Sun 15/11 02:10 ]

[…] Pop-up NYC resident, Nontsikelelo Mutiti steps out of her onsite braiding salon to join  writer Tinashe Mushakavanhu in a reading of The […]... in PASS in NY: Nontsikelelo Mutiti and guests [ Fri 13/11 18:20 ]

[…] composer and musician and a co-curator of the Pan African Space Station, Neo Muyanga is back with more Revolting Tunes that engage black music and ... in PASS in NY: Neo Muyanga [ Fri 13/11 18:11 ]

[…] Triple Canopy, a magazine based in New York, present a performative reading of their new series, Passage of a Rumor, edited with Ralph Lemon, which ... in PASS in NY: Triple Canopy [ Fri 13/11 01:03 ]

[…] Neo Muyanga‘s “Revolting Songs: Black Music and the Aesthetics of Protest” Here, the Cape Town based composer and PASS co-founder continues his multi-focal exploration ... in PASS in NY: Neo Muyanga [ Fri 13/11 00:11 ]