The Brother Moves On
Chimurenga is pleased to announce the return of The Brother Moves On to the Chimurenga Factory (157 Victoria Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town).
Saturday, 06 November 2021
Doors open from 6:30pm, with limited capacity.
R120 presale (bookings here)
R150 at the door
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org | +27 21 447 1119
This installment of Stories about Music in Africa features Shabaka Hutchings and The Brother Moves On (Raytheon Moorvan, Siyabonga Mthembu, Zelizwe Mthembu, Simphiwe Tshabalala and Ayanda Zalekile) Stories About Music In Africa is a series of Pan African Space Station transmissions, concert-lectures, recorded at the Chimurenga headquarters in Cape Town as well as satellite locations across the African world.
Shabaka Hutchings is a breathtaking saxophonist, clarinetist and composer. His early musical schooling moves from calypso bands, classical ensembles and various jazz groups in Barbados to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (UK). Since then he has been invited to play with musical greats including Mulatu Astatke, Charlie Haden, Orlando Julius, Louis Moholo-Moholo, and the Sun Ra Arkestra. Shabaka’s own group Sons of Kemet, which includes Seb Rochford and Tom Skinner on drums, and Oren Marshall on tuba, released their debut …
Stories about Music in Africa: Throughout 2014 Chimurenga has been connecting with cutting-edge artists and music collectives from around the continent to prepare unique recordings for Pan African Space Station (PASS). On Thursday December 11, the first of these monthly broadcasts goes live featuring Shabaka Hutchings and The Brother Moves On. Tune in at panafricanspacestation.org.za. The series presents concert-lectures, audio/visual stories, recorded at the Chimurenga headquarters in Cape Town as well as satellite locations across the African world. Produced with the kind support of Goethe-Institut …
The Brother’s sound is a tradition-trouncing trans-Atlantic Afro-centric futuristically ancient fusion that jack knifes between offworld spectral dub-metal, hyperrhythmic rock psychedelia, indie-township and astro-afro-free-jazz. Taking a cue from that other “Brother From Another Planet” they embrace a multi-genre, multimedia aesthetic, re-challenging hip-hop’s five pillars (MCing, DJing, B-boying and graffiti writing) into a conceptechnic performance art project that incorporates historical, political, and sociological perspectives. While their new album, ETA is currently available online, Brother is best experienced life.