Afrobeat Trainspotter

This blog is dedicated to good electonic music with a deep and jazzy edge. House music, jazzy beats, breaks and more. Catch my comments and musings on the "scene" and all things deep.

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Source: Resident Advisor

On January 15th London club Pacha will begin their ‘Fathers of House’ events, a series of events celebrating House music’s hero’s from past and present from around the world. This month sees Chicago’s
Marshall Jefferson takes to the decks to deliver a slice of uplifting house. Now a UK resident, he is the production work behind seminal house record ‘Move your body’ and with over a decade on the scene he has garnished a great reputation amongst house followers. The evenings full line-up sees a good blend of old and new talent:

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Heard of a guy called Jozana Sithole? Until recently neither had I. I was recently made aware of this South African-American who won the Westend Recordings Talent Search. The contest had entries from around the world and the track "If things dont get better" by Jozana won top position. The result is three tracks signed to Westend Recordings and a track due out on Smooth Agent.

Check for a profile and more info on this atrist by weekend

South African DJ Fresh has recently released his newest house compilation after ending his famous Freash House Flava compo. The CD will contain a mix of local and international tracks like Soul Avengerz, Jay Sinister and SA deep house duo (Troye and Craig Massiv) Soul Khula. Expect to find this in most SA based record stores.

Peace Ray