Passcasts 2008

Warrick Sony

Warrick Sony (Kalahari Surfers) live @ PASS


(Parts 1&2&3: Maaad crates – from Lema’s Dansometer to Les Tetes Brulees! The last 3 pieces are Klyla’s picks)

Thomas Mapfumo – Mozambique
Sankomota – Mad-house
Gaspar Lawal -Awon Ojist Oluwa
Orchestra Makassy – Mambo Bado
Abafana Baseqhudeni – Uthangithule
Ray Lema – Dansometer
Boyoyo Boys – Tsotsi
Manu Dibango – Big Blow
Genuines with Mr Mac – Kleine Jannie
Mulatu Astatke yegelle
John Bhengu Pusushukela –
Harare – In the Summertime
Zambiance -zambiance
Hugh Masekela – Excuse me Baby
Soul Brothers – Mamba Phepha Lami 1982
Otsotsi –
Orchestre Baobab – utru horas
West Nkosi – 2 by 2
Phillip Thabane – Mbaquanga Blues
Ghetto Muffin – Nomaliso
Bonga – Balumukeno
Shirati Jazz – rosie Mpenzi
Kalahari Surfers – Fish Effect
Moses Mchunu – Babulala Umzi Ka Baba
kanda Bongo Man – Sai
Stephen Moleleki – Ngasuka Ekhaya
Teaspoon Ndelu – Sputla
The Movers – Bump Jive No6
Senyaka – MaGents
Obed Ngobeni – Miehleketo
Samuel Mashaba and the Tsakisa Sisters – Salinini
Hallelujah Chicken Run Band – Ndiyani
Cheb Khaled – Camel
Les Tetes Brulees –

bye Warrick

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Astro Bwoy

Astro Bwoy ( Departure Lounge & Astrojazz, UK ) live on PASS radio [display_podcast] (Parts 1& 2: Some unreleasables from Biggabush and Hi-fi. And the Biyong classic. check!) OK folks, kicking off the Scotch interruption to PASS we’re back to Twarag roots….chilled biznizz…Its gonna be a journey now just sit back and let it wash. Oumou Sangare. Rokia Traore. Tune is Mariama Chilled…..still mali and theres UFOs over Bamako with this remix of Vieux Farka Toure…check the album Into the …  ( continue reading

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tribute to Melt 2000

(selected by NE) live @ PASS [display_podcast] (Parts 1&2&3: an outernational meltdown for Robert Trunz and 3 thoughts for Alice Coltrane) Moses Molelekwa “Ntate Moholo” Free at last “?” Bushmen of the kalahari “Xan do do” Pops Mohamed “Quandodo” Moses Molelekwa “genes & spirits” Madala Kunene “”Ubombo” Madala Kunene “Umbombo (Smith & mighty remix)” Barungwa “Welcome” Jazzin’ Universally “hungry on arrival” Ngqoko cultural club “nontokazi” Brice Wassi “Frenet (no more war)” Busi Mhlongo “Ngadlalwa yindoda” Fourth World “jive talk (virgin …  ( continue reading

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Jabu Dance Team

Jabu Dance Team live on PASS radio [display_podcast] (Part 1&2: Bass-heeeeeavy collage by the most irreverent of them all, a few freestyles too, like “you get the goldteeth and the panties they fall off..”) What up mense. this little number is JABU’S DANCE TEAM. a couple of the tracks straight from the lab. P.H.Fat ( PM Mr Sakitumi – live at this years earthdance festival. track 6 from a set that had everyone in sweats… followed by Tipper with …  ( continue reading

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Flirting live @ PASS

the warrior and goddess: [display_podcast] Yes, we’ve had the introductions. Well at least we know the Goddess is one of the participants in this dance to be evolving in these early morning hours. Next we have to find out what his name is… By-the-by, just in case you didn’t recognize this is Prince doing…Scandalous he teases The Warrior did ask a question. And as you hear right now, she is answering. This is the classic film of lovers. Can you …  ( continue reading

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African Noise Foundation

African Noise Foundation live @ PASS [display_podcast] TRACKLIST evil nigger – julius eastman i hate the white man – roy harper requiem for john matshikiza – michael blake hard times – mandla mbeki’s warm jets – virgins cosmo energy again – sun ra and his arkestra dirty dirt – bunny rabbit dirty slut – sarah jane mary hills (the noem) days and 100 nights – sharon jones and the dapp kings politics kills – manu chao ? – 2raumwohning ? …  ( continue reading

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Madala Kunene live @ PASS

MADALA “BAFO” KUNENE: SOUNDS IN THE DARKNESS OF LIGHT [display_podcast] With: Madala Kunene (guitars, voice) WHERE/ WHEN: Slave Church on Long Street (Thurs Oct 2, from 6pm); Slave Church (Fri Oct 3, from 6pm) Known to many simply as Bafo, Madala Kunene is undeniably one of the best guitarists to have come out of Durban. This eclectic musician has an aura of calmness and wisdom that is meticulously replicated in his music – deep-rooted in spiritual and traditional rhythms. Bafo …  ( continue reading

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Seth Paris (Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble & Ayetoro)

Seth Paris (Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble & Ayetoro) live on PASS radio Deep Cuts, Awesome tapes and unique field recordings brought to you by the National Gentlemen’s Trust. Music from from Madagascar, Ghana, Togo, Central Africa and Cote d’Ivoire collected around Ghana during 2007-2008. [display_podcast] TRACKLIST 01 Marcel Akory Ataoko Anao (Marcel, What Can I Do For You) Tys-an-Jaza 02 Somaiko Somainao, from Aza Ariano Jaojoby 03 Eyes of the Fawn Guy Warren of Ghana with the Red Saunders Orchestra under …  ( continue reading

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Deejay blaq T live @ PASS

[display_podcast] With: Deejay blaq T WHERE/ WHEN: Guga S’thebe in Langa (Fri Oct 3) Since August 2006, the youth of Gauteng and beyond have gathered in and around Vosloorus (east of Jhb) for eclectic musical showcases – periodically featuring fashion and arts. It all started from moving yard to yard every first Sunday of the month. Hence the name: “EvoLokxion Sundaze” (better than revolution). The Evolokx sessions have featured the best of the east, including BLK JKS and Zuluboy. Impande …  ( continue reading

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[display_podcast] With: Linda Buthelezi (voice, guitars); Mpumi Mcata (guitars); Molefi Makananise (bass); Tshepang Ramoba (voice, drums) WHERE/ WHEN: Guga S’thebe in Langa (Thurs Oct 2) BLK JKS are an internationally acclaimed, Johannesburg based band. Says music journalist Miles Keylock: “What makes them hip is that they’re South African and damn it, they sound it. In fact listening to BLK JKS is kind of like taking a slow cruise through Jozi with your windows rolled down. Afro-jazz riffs segue into tribal …  ( continue reading

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