“Nothing is true, everything is alive.” Starting from this paradox, Moses März, imagines a conversation between Glissant and his friend and fellow writer Patrick Chamoiseau about the Philosophy of Relation.
Author Archive | Chimurenga
Whatever Zimbabwe is, and is becoming, already exists in the sound-worlds produced in the region.
A few years ago, while researching the political history of Congo/Zaire/Congo via the country’s music archive, particularly through the output of Luambo Makiadi aka Franco, we turned to the legendary record collection of “Jumbo” Donald Vanrenen.
This installment of Stories about Music in Africa features Shabaka Hutchings and The Brother Moves On, recorded at the Chimurenga headquarters in Cape Town.
Okello Sam examines the conceptual difference between work and relaxation as differently applied in the so-called First and Third Worlds.
“Sound is defined by vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach the ear.