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A Six Pack of Free MP3s

2008-05-16 06:11
Chris Chameleon
SA's favourite verkleurmannetjie gets in touch with his classical pop side on this exclusive MP3 off his brand new Klassieke Chameleon live CD & DVD.
Listen: Die Onse Vader

Mahotella Queens
Mbaqanga queens soar though a sublime a cappella rendition of our National Anthem, off the Voices from Mother Africa primer.
Listen: Nkosi Sikele Africa

Kalahari Surfers
Tune in and drop out to this classic dose of illbient electronic experimentalism courtesy of legendary SA dub surgeon Warwick Sony.
Listen: Panga Management

Die Melktert Kommissie
Female fronted Afrikaans pop favourites nail the giddy romance of high school on this sugar-coated pop nugget off the BAKGAT! soundtrack.
Listen: Pronk

Mother City scribe gives fans of Katie Melua and Elaine Page a reason to swoon with this inspirational piano ballad off her debut CD, Unsung Heroes.
Listen: Live My Own Light

Afrika Tsela
A smooth jazz masterpiece in the making from the collection A handful of Namibians.
Listen: Afrika Tsela

Plus! This week's exclusive MP3 bonus
American indie-rock upstarts concoct this mystical acoustic psyche-pop implosion that maps the mssing links between the Flaming Lips and the Stones' Satanic Majesties Request.
Listen: Weekend Wars

Chris Chameleon goes classical, Mahotella Queens give our national anthem an a cappella makeover, Kalahari Surfers share the lost art of dark dub, Bakgat Afrikaans pop, American indie-psyche rock & more.

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