Tag Archives | Neo Muyanga

“Angazi, but I’m sure”: A Raw Académie Session

RAW Material Company is a Dakar-based centre for art, knowledge and society; concerned with curatorial practice, artistic education, residencies, knowledge production, and archiving of theory and criticism on art. From 3rd April to 26th May 2017, Chimurenga will be partnering with RAW to host the RAW Académie: a tuition-free residential experiential study programme for artistic and curatorial […]

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In the Listening Room with Neo Muyanga

This Thursday (January 15), Pan African Space Station present “Revolting Songs”,  a concert-lecture from Neo Muyanga which forms part of the Stories about Music in Africa series. Keeping time, we return to Neo’s listening room. Intro by Stacy Hardy. Neo Muyanga is always counting. Even when he walks. He counts his paces. He counts the steps. He keeps time. He listens to the beat of […]

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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). The first monthly broadcast featuring Shabaka Hutchings and The Brother Moves On continues to orbit. On Thursday 15 January, the second transmission will present Revolting Songs by Neo Muyanga. The series presents concert-lectures, audio/visual […]

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Moses’ outro

Does life begin at 40? That’s the time signature Moses Taiwa Molelekwa would have reached on Wednesday, 17th April 2013. In recognition of his greatness we’re presenting some notes in his honour/memory.    Moses outro deal an arm lose a shack scrutinise a scar encounter makwerekwere death in du noon or dobsonville outrage a constituency considercracksackanofficialrecitearebuttalaaceptarisk […]

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Bra Tebs talks

Was Bra Tebs’ “4 Blokes & 1 Doll” show the highlight of Cape Town Jazz Festival? Louis Moholo-Moholo’s beautifully manic mix of South African anthems, free jazz, and switches from Brenda to Mannenberg, all with his multi-limbed dexterity, certainly enthused crowds. Changing key, it’s time for a trio of conversations with the Blues Notes great; watch, listen […]

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