Mzansi House Albums

House Afrika Present “Chymamusique – Gift Of Sound”

Chymamusique - Gift Of Sound

Chymamusique – Gift Of Sound 

With a background as a jazz pianist it’s little wonder Chymamusique’s debut album is soaked in smooth chords and twinkling harmonies. It also melodically slays on the dancefloor.

Featuring collaborations with Brian Temba and Soulstar and Chymamusique’s usual lush production, ‘Gift of Sound’ is just that: a gift. It comes on the heels of much success for the young Polokwane producer: after starting to produce in the mid-2000s he won a trio of remix competitions (for Soulcandi, Blackwhole ENT and Castle Lite), had tracks included on numerous compilations (including ‘House Afrika Sessions’ (volumes 2, 3 and 4) and Kanunu’s ‘Soul Mediation’ and he collaborated with DJ Fresh.

He’s also worked with the likes of Kaylow, Rona Ray, John Lundun, CannonSoul and Afrique Essence, remixed Darque & Reelsoul, Fistaz Mixwell ft. Mello Soul and the massive Mi Casa, whilst as a DJ he’s shared stages with the likes of Vinny Da Vincy, Glen Lewis, QB Smith, Charles Webster and Atjazz. If any artist is perfectly poised to hit the big time it’s Chymamusique, and this House Afrika release should do the trick.

Drenched in deep, sweeping atmospherics, glittering keys, soulful vocals and more than enough bass propulsion, ‘Gift of Sound’ should take Chymamusique out of the realms of underground respect and onto the world dance stage – an essential release.

 

Below House Afrika Present “Chymamusique – Gift Of Sound”:

Check out the preview.

01. Chymamusique & John Lundun – Let It Be
02. Chymamusique feat. Botshelo – Hands Of Time
03. Chymamusique feat. Lunga – All I Know
04. Chymamusique feat. Siya – Hold On
05. Chymamusique & Afrique Essence feat. Morzaaq – Memories
06. Chymamusique feat. Nengah Krisnarini – Live Your Life
07. Chymamusique feat. Mindgames – Play Me A Song (Album Version)
08. Chymamusique feat. Tamlyn G – Can’t Deny
09. Andys & Nteeze feat. Anthony Poteat – Gotta Get (Chymamusique Remix)
10. Chymamusique feat. Brian Temba – Never Thought
11. Chymamusique feat. Rona Ray – No Prison
12. Chymamusique feat. Soulstar – If Only
13. Chymamusique – Purple Stains
14. Chymamusique – Train To London


Deep Forest SA Presents Jungle Fever Vol 2 Mixed By Kaleido

Deep Forest SA Presents Jungle Fever Vol 2 Mixed By Kaleido

Deep Forest SA Presents Jungle Fever Vol 2 Mixed By Kaleido

DeepForestSA brings the most anticipated compilation selected and compiled by one of DFSA’s very own Kaleido. Born innocent ‘tshepo’ chego (26) a.k.a kaleido a sound engineering graduate, club dj & music producer. Just like most other dj’s kaleido started by collecting mix tapes and recording some of the material on radio. He has elevated himself to the heights of being valued as a up and coming producer under the aid of DeepForestSA.

Jaguar Paw and Miggs Foreal met in House 22 playing along each other while experimenting in deep house, they clicked heavily in term of music and their vision of house music.

They do travel around dishing out top set until they had a huge following, that’s when Jaguar Paw started the series of Deep Forest making hot mix tapes to share his unique sounds with the masses where he often put Miggsas a guest. Due to the huge demand and the big following they decided to take Deep Forest further off to the world and share it with the deep house heads…they often contacted by a lot of DJs and producers nationwide and abroad.
This is a label that will cater for the real house lovers.

Below Deep Forest SA Presents Jungle Fever Vol 2 Mixed By Kaleido:

Check out the preview.

01. I Broke my beats – Cubique DJ
02. Steamy love – Toxic & John Lundun feat. Holi M
03. Life Illusion – Roque feat Xena
04. Sabela uthando – Jonny Montana feat. Empress Lebo
05. I wanna (Landy’s afro remix) – House Victimz feat. Kano
06. Broken – DJ Laylow
07. Uthando – House Victimz & Kaleido feat. Bonj
08. Babiza bani (House Victimz Afro mix) – Muskidd Ft Garth
09. Come back – Kaleido feat. Les-Ego
10. Amen for 8years prayer – House Victimz
11. African traveler – Roque
12. Hold my love (Dub mix) – Stagz Jazz

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Andyboi Explodes With This Beautiful “Trail Evolution”

Andyboi - Trail Evolution

Andyboi – Trail Evolution

As a talented vocalist, songwriter, producer and DJ; Andyboi is officially launching his debut album. “Trail Evolution” features 12 original Andyboi tracks which are each uniquely laced with his mesmerizing vocals, spiced up with captivating instrumentals and tied together by the skillful production of the highly regarded Cuebur. The 13th offering is an Andyboi remix of Cuebur’s track “No Doubt” featuring Marissa Guzman.

Referring to the album as a true reflection of who he is and the story of his life; Andyboi claims to draw inspiration from his life experiences and those who are closest to him, saying “the good and bad things that I’ve been through in my life and the memories of this incredible journey inspires me”. Offering fans a versatile album filled with different styles of music and a number of languages; Andyboi says he is all about House. Including Afro, Soul, Deep and Electronic flavours allows him to cater for all lovers of dance music.

The first single off the album is already doing well – not only locally but internationally as well. Andyboi and Cuebur performed to a crowd of over 25,000 people in Angola in the month of April where the track “Emhlabeni” was well received. It even reached the number one spot on Angola’s hit station MixFM. It also took the number one position on South Africa’s YFM. As an indication of the album’s success, the signs couldn’t be clearer.

A diverse album offering feel-good tracks that are sure to keep you on your feet all night long; there is no doubt that Andyboi has created an impactful album for his debut release

Below you sample the album:


South Africa’s DJ Fresh Presents Fresh Goes Electro, Vol. 3

South Africa’s DJ Fresh Presents Fresh Goes Electro, Vol. 3

DJ Fresh – Fresh Goes Electro, Vol. 3

DJ Fresh known for his ever evolving taste in house music is back with a smash hit compilation album. DJ Fresh is a household name, known for being a spectacular yet humble radio personality, rocking club DJ, professional producer, creative entrepreneur and all-round family guy.

Formerly known as Thato Sikwane from Botswana, DJ Fresh, has grown into one of the most influential and respected muso’s in the South African music industry. His reputation for aligning himself with consistently good quality music has created loyal fans who trust his collections and productions. This has been most notably been seen with his work with Euphonik in the FeU albums which are widely respected and adored.

His newest album, was released early April 2014, is the third of its kind from the popular DJ and offers his fans two discs of incredible dance anthems. Fresh Goes Electro Vol.3 is the newest edition to this successful series, of which both predecessors sold over 10,000 units. The album includeslocal and international tracks as well as two remixes of his and Euphonik’s original production “Cool & Deadly” featuring Nyanda. Another special treat included on the album for all the F.eU fans is their newest track, “Sex”. Brand new and guaranteed to be as hot as their last track, Fresh knows how to bring sexy back.

Below you sample the album:


Cubique Blesses Us With Something “Alter Native”

Cubique - Alater Native

Cubique – Alter Native

Thulani Mabena aka “Cubique DJ CB” (An African Deep, Soulful House, Hip Hop Producer) and DJ. Hailing from a musical family, Thulani is highly influenced by his cousins Nathan Xulu, Mteya Xulu & father Calvin Xulu.

20 Years of Age, Born & Raised in Middelburg MP South Africa. Expresses Thoughts & Feelings Through The Inevitable World of Music. Evolving with the technology playing from the vinyl- era up to the digital- era. Treating every DJ Set and music production as a spiritual journey.

Cubique’s album offers a soulful taste of house music. One cannot resist the melodies and harmonies this very young talented producer has put together. The main tracks to look out for are “Let me (what is soul), Reason to stay, Ms. Divine (Cubique DJ Sauces Mix), Ngixolele and the popular first single release of the album Low”.

Below Deep Forest Brings You Cubique DJ’s Debut Album “Alter Native”.

A soulful yet dancefloor filling self-composed album.
Check out the preview.

1. “Let Me (What Is Soul)” Feat. Denny Dugg
2. “Reason To Stay” Feat. I Am X
3. “Zoi” Feat. Troy Denari
4. “Ms. Divine (Cubique DJ Sauces Mix)” Feat. Niqco & Ras Vadah
5. “Season In Time” Feat. Deuce Concept & Garth Brown
6. “King” Feat. Jasmine Clemente -
7. “Blue Black Winter” Feat. Ras Vadah
8. “Low” Feat. Denny Dugg
9. “Ngixolele” Feat. Komfort Blendz
10. “Wating In Vain” Feat. McGee Keys & Troy Denari
11. “ReSauceFul”
12. “Lurid” Feat. Roque


TRIBE Records Presents “Vaults Vol 4 – Afro House Edition”

TRIBE Vaults Vol 4-Afro House Edition

TRIBE Vaults Vol 4 – Afro House Edition

Tribe Records return with the fourth installment of their Tribe Vaults series, jam-packed with the best in fresh, new Afro House.

As the Tribe Vaults series grows it shows how Tribe has developed, but this isn’t your Greatest Hits package as the Vaults series is forever unearthing hidden gems, the unreleased material that has been saved, put by and hoarded until there were enough precious tunes and specially-commissioned mixes for each Volume.

Tribe is known best for its deep, Afro and soulful house releases, and the Vaults series features plenty more of those, but these genre-specific collections should have a distinct appeal to DJs and club crowds.

Tribe Vaults Volume 4: Afro House picks up baton on the trail blazed by issues one through three with original tracks from Rancido and DJ Oats, as well as an exclusive Invaders of Afrika remix of Black Motion’s ‘Watwa’. This edition of The Vaults continues the Tribe Records tradition of providing a stage for fresh songs and remixed tracks by the great producers who work with the label could shine in a new album context.

This edition of Tribe Vaults comes complete with 15 tracks and is available from Monday March 17th. Artists include; Arnauld D, Phil Marwood, Rancido, Mephia and Andrum, Afrokaya, Jackie Queens, DJ Wing, Twinny Tee and Mar V, DJ Oats, Invaders of Afrika and Deuce Concept.

Below you can sample the album:


The Beautiful Bucie Presents “Princess Of House (Easy To Love)”

Bucie - Princess Of House (Easy To Love)

Bucie – Princess Of House (Easy To Love)

Bucie the Princess of House Music is back with another sultry rendition of soothing house music. As the album states she’s so “easy to love”. Every track on this album echoes the growth and quality of music Bucie has elevated herself under Demor Music. Bucie was born in Kimberley and grew up in Klerksdorp where she led the choir at her church. Demor Sikhosana wrote, produced and released her first local hit Song ‘Ngicelindoda’ taken from a Demor produced full length album rockstar in 2007. Demor orchestrated her collaboration with Black Coffee in the hit single “Turn Me On” which was released and licensed to German label Gogo Music in 2007 with remixes by renowned producers like Ralf Gum which became the No.1 single on Traxsource.

If her previous albums is anything to go by one should expect nothing but the finest house music by the Princess Of Southern African House Music.

Below you can sample a track from the album:


NaakMusiQ Elates The Soul With “Love & Music” Album

Naak Musiq - Love & Music

NaakMusiQ – Love & Music

The latest from Anga Makubalo aka NaakMusiq is his first debut solo album, popularly known for previous collabos like Qina with Dj Sbu, Yini with Heavy K and Move with Eltonnick.  The album has certainly successfully with hits such as “Crazy, Ntombi Ethandwayo, Show Me A Good Time and All Time Jazz” just to mention a few. His humble approach and drive have made this young man a worthy music artist and shall surely reap the benefits of his work.

Below you can sample a track from the album:


Donald Graces The Masses With “Black And White”

Donald - Black And White

Donald – Black And White

Donald has come back with a double disc album. The second album comprises of an acoustic version of the first album. The eleven track album features two of the industries formidable artists, Bucie & Big Nuz. This album has already seen great anticepation after the artist announced he would collaborating American R&B Star Kenny Lattimore on the track entitled “Spirit”.

For those who would like a glimpse of the quality of work on the album should click at the video below to see the brilliance behind South Africa’s own R&B sensation. Donald started off as Afro-Soul singer and has transitioned to the R&B scene which has been a welcomed breath of fresh air to the South African R&B scene. Donald has truly grown musically and is set for greatness if he continues to produce this quality of work.

Below you can sample a track from the album:

Donald – Crazy But Amazing


DukeSoul Presents “Homemade”

DukeSoul Presents Homemade

DukeSoul – Homemade

Vusi Sikhupelo aka DukeSoul, who’s based in Kimberley, South Africa is back with another sultry seduction of the finest Deep Soulful House. DukeSoul serenaded the masses with his previous releases. With tracks such as “Loud Silence, Cure & The Cause Remix and Call Tyrone “, just to name a few.

His next installment is entitled “Homemade” which undoubtedly emphasizes the raw talent and unique sounds that will grace our musical palate. The Homemade album is an unmixed album. DukeSoul formulated this 11 song album with 4 vocal tracks, 1 spoken word track and 6 of his unique improvisations.

 Below you can sample a track from the album. The track is entitled “The Blue Note”, it has already been embraced in the House scene. If this track is anything to go by then 2014 is truly going to be a big year for Vusi Sikhupelo aka DukeSoul.


Andy Compton Presents “Ubuntu”

Andy Compton - Ubuntu

Andy Compton – Ubuntu

Deeply prolific Bristol-based house connoisseur Andy Compton has released over a 25 albums and close to 150 EPs (either under his own name or as part of The Rurals) on his essential Peng label and imprints like GOGO Music,Large, Seasons, Viva, etc.

Andy Compton has generally turned heads and twisted bodies with his thumping brew of electronic beats swathed in coolly-crafted melodies, with Peng becoming one of the premiere labels on the planet, garnering support from house big-hitters like Louie Vega, Larry Heard, Mark Farina and Osunlade.

Ubuntu is Andy Compton’s latest masterpiece, Ubuntu meaning “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity”
Andy’s move to Bristol,UK has had a heavy influence to his sound, as he’s now using more local vocalists and musicians, bringing some new flavours.
The album features vocalists Celestine, Ziyon, Nathaniel Lewis, Diviniti & Eric King, Sabrina Chyld, Ladybird, and Rowan.
The vibe moves from the soulful sound you’d expect from The Rurals to the deeper edge of Andy’s house productions, taking you on a beautiful musical journey.

The lead track from ‘Ubuntu’, the latest release from South African house producer Andy Compton can be sampled below:


DeepforestSA Entertainment Presents “DeepforestSA Unmixed”

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DeepforestSA Unmixed 

From the capable hands of DeepforestSA family comes the Deepforest Unmixed 2xCD first instalment, dropping on your very own DeepforestSA – the same label that has natured and has been relevant to deep house as their culture.

Deepforest Unmixed first instalment is the first stable album DFSA has debut, the 20 tracks will feature various favourites from Roque, Darque, Toxic, CubiqueDJ, Jaguar Paw and voices from Kenny Allen, Holi M, Claudia Rech and Howard just to mention a few. DeepforestSA hopes South Africa is ready for this massive album.

You have heard his sets, podcasts, and album Deepforest sessions vol.1 but this man Jaguar Paw, has many talents besides those mentioned above. He has done his very own song called ‘I CARE featuring Holi M’. Be sure to hear this tune in your speakers near you.

Below you can sample the album:


DJ Clock’s Six Disc House Delight in the “4th Tick “

DJ Clock - 4th Tick

DJ Clock – 4th Tick

DJ Clock’s new offering titled The Fourth Tick : A Clockumentary. DJ Clock has risen the stakes with this latest offering as the album is a 6 CD album, representing the 3 year sabbatical break that he took from music. The album features the likes of Professor, Character, Khanyo, Thebe, Beatenburg to name but a few. The Clockumentary offers a host of genres Afro-house, Soul, jazz, deep under-ground, Durban kwaito. DJ Clock has touched upon all loved genres of House music to showcase his amazing talent.

Below you can sample a track from the album:


Winnie Khumalo Back With “Higher and Higher”

Winnie Khumalo - Higher and Higher

Winnie Khumalo – Higher and Higher

Winnie Khumalo a Soweto born singer who was born at 681 Mofolo North Soweto in 1973- 07-20 ‘studied at Vuyo Lower primary then at Esiyalwin Higher primary then matriculated at Mncube Senior secondary school was introduced to the music industry at the tender age of 15 when she released albums like Hey Laitie, Tshina Tshina (Produced by Sello Chicco Twala) and an album titles Dlamini in the 1980s. Winnie Khumalo also recorded a gospel album titled Izono Zami in the 1990s produced by Pastor Langa Dube.

Her last recording titled “I just wanna live my life” had South Africa singing along to the title track and earned her a fanbase much bigger and more excited than the one she enjoyed in the 80s with her hit track ” Hey laitie” .
She is back with another recording. Cooked and served by Kalawa Jazmee Records – Winnie Khumalo’s latest recording is a tribute to the late, great Brenda Fassie who played a huge role in Khumalo’s career and remains her best mentor. in studio to tell us more about higher and higher is Winnie Khumalo herself.

Below you can sample a track from the album:


Soul Candi Presents South African House Beats

Soul Candi Presents South African House Beats

Soul Candi Presents South African House Beats

South African House Beats is a compilation of the best producers coming out of our beloved country. These beats were selected and mixed by the Soul Candi team for world wide release, now get dancing to the best of what South Africa has to offer.

Below you can sample a the album mix preview:


Hood Natives Present DJ Fale’s “Soweto Deluxe Vol.1″

DJ Fale - Soweto Deluxe Vol.1

DJ Fale – Soweto Deluxe Vol.1

Dj Fale began producing music in his backroom studio in Soweto way back in 2006. He originally started producing Hip Hop beats influenced by the likes of Jay Z, Talib Kweli, Hi Tec and Kanye West. By 2007 his love for dance music grew and he became a part of a well known production group Hood Natives. In 2008 he attended the DJU SAMC, an event hosted by a number of SA House Music legends at Wits. This is where his career took off and from there on he has never looked back.

Fale has built himself a strong reputation as a Producer and is known for his exclusive style of tribal beats and energetic rhythms. His first release was ‘Come Dance ft Jodi Gold, released on Shelter Rec’ QT quantized 4 with Dj Fresca. Going straight to number 1 with his second release under the banner of hood natives was ‘Come with me’ ft atom and G Cleff which topped the yfm urban countdown chart. In 2011 teaming up with SA legend DJ Ganyani a deep house club album was released via the ganyani entertainment family to critical acclaim.

It’s fair to say DJ Fale is without doubt one of SA’s rising talents, entertaining behind the decks with his energetic style heavily steeped in his south African roots and influences.

Below you can sample tracks from his previous work:


Djeff Graces Us With Soldier Ascension

Djeff Afrozila - Soldier Ascension

Djeff Afrozila – Soldier Ascension

Soldier Ascension’ has been made in Angola, where Djeff is a DJ, producer and TV presenter, but this is not an Angolan album. It’s bigger and bolder than that, not defined or confined by national borders, and too 21st century in style and execution to be tarred with the ‘World Music’ brush.
Rather this is an album of beautiful, sophisticated, cosmopolitan tracks that could loosely be described as Afro-house while effortlessly incorporating elements of so many different musical styles that Djeff has heard and been inspired by growing up in Portugal and Angola, and on his travels as a DJ.

From the beautiful balladry of ‘One Night’ to the raucous, hi-life flavoured hedonism of ‘Mutakala’ and from the gorgeous Portuguese vocals on ‘Cuza Di Terra’ and ‘Esse Mambo’ to the pounding beats and horns of ‘Celebration’, which was made with the house dancers of New York in mind, ‘Soldier Ascension’ is a spectacular collection.

Reviews from fellow DJs are shown below:

Josh Milan – DJeff is fast becoming one of my go to guys when I need something to pick my set up! Very talented man. I love it!
Marques Wyatt – Tight Release, feelin it!
Mr V – To be honest it’s really hard to pick one….. Djeff is just quickly developing himself in the house scene to be the next big thing if he isn’t already!. PROPER HOUSE!!!
Boddhi Satva – Djeff is by far one of the most talented producer from the new generation bringing nothing hits after hits. Full support as always.
Tony Humphries – Nice afro-deep tracks!
Afshin Djoon Experience – This soldier will be general soon ; )
Rancido – DONE! great promo pack! will def support
Greg Gauthier – really DOPE!

Below you can sample a track from the album:

Djeff Afrozila – Soldier Ascension

Djeff Afrozila Soundcloud Album Preview


DJ Sabza Presents “Viceroy 5 Makoya Mix”

DJ Sabza - Viceroy 5 Makoya Mix

DJ Sabza – Viceroy 5 Makoya Mix

After spending the year on the road searching through four regions of the country looking for the next Viceroy 5 Makoya Mix champ. In 2012 saw DJ Sabza win the prestige title. This Mix showcases the work has since gone on in the background.

Twitter: @Deejay_Sabza033 

Below you can sample a the current 2013 top finalists to help highlight what to expect from the album:


Lynx Presents In Out C.H.I.N.A.

Lynx - In Out China

Lynx – In Out China

When Lynx goes wild at studio this is the outcome of it. The release is inspired by all the Chinese movies he had been watching while growing up. The release is supported by a wonderful broken beat remix by Lazy Les and a deep urban beat Hope La Tee for the underground house heads. The single highlights what happens when your watching some kung-fu movies and making a track. I honestly do not know what the ninja is saying but it sounds like some wise words.

Below you can sample the track:


Culoe De Song Is Back With “Exodus”

Culoe De Song - Exodus

Culoe De Song – Exodus

The time has finally come for the return of Culoe De Song to the limelight with his album entitled “Exodus”. This album is causing waves in the house scene and is surely here to be gracing everyone’s ears for a long time to come. The studio album from well esteemed DJ and producer Culoe De Song is certainly worth purchasing. This new album which features the likes of Thandi Draai, Soulstar, Shota, Khanyo Maphumulo, Happy, Ternielle Nelson, Kabomo & Moneoa.

 Culoe De Song has really shown his passion for music , let alone House music which he’s known for and he has dug deep to give people something that will stand the test of time musically. Get Ready for The Deep Sound Of Africa!

Below you can sample a track from the album:


Tribe Presents Sai & Ribatone Stunning “Avenue Of Dreams”

Sai & Ribatone - Avenue Of Dreams

Sai & Ribatone ft Thiwe – Avenue Of Dreams

TTribe Records is excited to present a five-star package from South African stars Sai & Ribatone (whose track ‘Tonite’ was released as Tribe 042) which features remixes by some of the legends of house music alongside rising-star producers.

Sai & Ribatone combined their vocal, DJing and production skills many years ago in Soweto and have been producing successfully since they released their ‘Sunday Showers’ anthem in 2007. Sai & Ribatone’s original mix of Avenue of Dreams is a characteristically warm, slow-burning track with richly-layered vocal harmonies by Thiwe and lyrics encouraging proactive positivity!

Larry Heard is one of the first names in house music in every sense, having produced pioneering dance music in Chicago since before the rest of the world were aware of the Warehouse club. He’s deejayed all over the world for decades, but he doesn’t try to turn every track into a dancefloor banger, instead setting up a lovely conga drum pattern and subtly adding building keyboard lines and synth riffs around the vocal to create a beautifully sophisticated track.

Timmy Regisford’s ‘Bump’ remix delivers on the promise in its name, with a truly chunky bass line to bump along to. Regisford’s career has spanned a few decades too, and he brings all that experience of New York’s Shelter to drive up the temp and the energy of this tune while still allowing the message of the vocal to shine.

Will ‘Reel Soul’ Rodriquez was born in 1984 but made up for being so much younger by being a child prodigy who was already collecting vinyl aged 4 and playing his first DJ gig at the age of 11. Reelsoul’s production skills first surfaced on Frankie Feliciano’s Ricanstruction Records but since 2008 he’s been a prolific producer and remixer on Mr V’s Sole Channel label. There’s plenty of heft in his remix too, and we really love the jazzy piano breaks towards the end.

QB Smith is a DJ, producer, composer and broadcaster who’s a London native but has been based in Johannesburg for over 2 years. Warm Days and We Love, and here he cleverly uses piano and electric guitar riffs to foreground the deep and soulful elements of the track in QB’s Slightly Hotter Remix. Below you can sample one of the amazing remixes:


Crazy White Boy Presents “Ghetto Tech”

Crazy White Boy Ghetto Tech

Crazy White Boy Ghetto Tech

Crazy White Boy is made up of Ryan Murgatroyd and Konstantinos “Kosta” Karatamoglou, two highly talented music producers/DJs with over fifteen years of combined music production experience. Before teaming up, both producers were actively involved in the global music scene and they both have a lot to boast about. Cape Town duo Crazy White Boy have released a new album which they call “Ghetto Tech”.

Below you can sample the album:


Deepforest SA Present “Jungle Fever Volume 1 Mixed By Wishingsoul”

Jungle Fever Volume 1 Mixed By Wishingsoul

Jungle Fever Volume 1 Mixed By Wishingsoul

Wishingsoul is known for his world wild mixes that were titled Food For The Soul . Through this mixes it saw him building an audience local and abroad . Late 2011 saw Jaguar Paw recruiting him to join the stable (DeepforestSA) ever since he has been growing as brand in the local market . 2013 has become the year were DeepforestSA as a label offered him a chance to tell his story through a compilation titled ” Jungle Fever ” .

This is going to be one of those rare home brewed production . It showcases the talent of SA very young and promising producers , the likes of Darque famously know know for his hit Differences released under Andy Compton’s PENG label and Inhliziyo Yam’ which was on Jaguar Paw’s Deepforest Sessions Vol.1 . This Compilation also include the ever so funky Dj Fortee , the deep sounds orientated Lele X , the rising deep tech guru ‘Roque’ , the talented duo ‘Antique’ , the sound general ‘Muskidd’ , the wonder kid ‘ Landy’ . This Compilation also includes voices of Kaylow , Damon , Danny Dug , Rethabile , Yasmeen Seydi , Kenny Allen.

This is Wishingsoul’s first CD offering and it is guranteed to be one of those compilation that is gonna have dance floors buzzing with excitement.

 Below you can sample the album:


Infinite Boys Presents “The Journey”

Infinite Boys - The Journey

Infinite Boys – The Journey

Dynamic Duo Brothers of Raphael Thulane Mabaso born in 1987 and Antony Sandile Mabaso born in 1988 from the Eastern side of Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni.After having deejayed for five years,they decided in 2005 to become music producers like their influences Louie Vega, Ralf Gum, Quentin Harris, Franck Roger, Oskido, Bruce, Black Coffee and of course with the help of ASE(Academic of Sound Engineering).

Infinite Boys as the stage name came after this magnificient brothers realised that their passion, love, ambition, reliability and the enthusiasm for music isn’t gonna end.They live life through composing and writing music.Infinite Boys now has a huge and dedicated following, not just in their hometown of Ekurhuleni, but also across South Africa and abroad – their sounds reflect a rare versatility,with the mixture of dub, lounge and african elments.

Music is not a new passion for the Infinite Boys however: after studying the music production for three years, this dynamic duo brothers started writing and composing song at the tender age of 16 and 17. They used everything that made a sound around the house to write on before they even picked up the keyboards. Music, truth be told, was never far from their minds.They always knew it was a matter of time until they started to write and compose songs, cause in every place they went, their first stop was always the music store/local pubs, where they discovered new types of music. All those different genres have influenced the songwriters and composers they are today.

 Below you can sample the album:


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