You might recall we stuck up Volume 1 plus a documentary trailer a few weeks back HERE.
Now Fantasma (who consist of Spoek Mathambo, DJ Spoko, Vukazithathe aka Bheki Cele & Andre Geldenhuys) have put together Volume 2 which they describe as follows:
VOL 2: AFRO ROCK SOUL FUNK INDIE ELECTRONICA IN THE TIME OF UNREST
feat. Fantasma, Nakhane Toure, Petite Noir, Umlilo, Hlasko, Stolen Pony, The Brother Moves On, Vukazithathe, BCUC, Samthing Soweto, Nongoma, Makhafula Vilakazi, DJ Spoko, Panyaza
Once again this is brilliant stuff man.
Don’t forget to watch the trailer to the exciting documentary.
20 years into it’s democracy, Future Sounds of Mzansi, is a documentary which aims to explore, express, and interrogating South Africa’s cultural landscape. A chief vehicle of this exploration is electronic music, a staple of South African popular culture.
It features an exciting range of emerging electronic music artists from various SA cities including Aero Manyelo; Black Coffee; Christian Tiger School; Felix Laband; John Wizards; Krushed & Sorted; Machepies; Markus Wormstorm; Mix & Blend; DJ Mujava; Naked Boys; Nozinja; Okmalumkoolkat; Panyaza; Rude Boys; Sibot; Spoek Mathambo; DJ Spoko; Zaki Ibrahim and many more.
We traveled around South Africa to explore our rich electronic music scene. For years there’s been a strong movement of producers, instrumentalists, vocalists and most importantly, party goers, giving themselves to new ideas of African electronic music.
We have seen a couple of generations unafraid to be proudly South African,proudly party rocking, proudly futuristic, international stake raisers, and hell raisers. The future looks awesome, blindingly beautiful and bursting at the seams with youth energy and talent.
Still a country steeped in poverty, crime, and injustice, we party like our lives depend on it. From the sounds of deep house to glitch hop, kwaito-house, township tech, sghubu sapitori; durban qhum, daintly melodic electronica to dubstep; super fast khawuleza and shangaan electro. The groove is thick and infectious. And we give ourselves to it.
Our mission was simple, to meet up with some of our heroes, colleagues, competition, and co-conspirators…an ever potent gang of electronic music pioneers sculpting The Future Sound of Mzansi.