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Vintage Urban Video Vault: Revolution

2007-08-20 13:12
In this vintage three part interview the cosmopolitan clubbing pioneers hit the Kasi 101 studios to chat about how traditional Pedi dance inspired the sound of their classic Mzansi house album, The Roots. Identical twins George and Joseph Mothiba also chat about how working with legendary guitarist Dr Phillip Tabane led to collabs with Pops Mohammed, McCoy Mrubata and Jimmy Dludlu. On a lighter tip the duo brews a cup of tea before musing on black men and their natural tans.

Watch the video interviews:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3.

More Vintage Urban Video Vault Magic:
Kabelo's Blackjacks.

Want to know why homegrown house is so much hipper than your average imported four to the floor clubbing filler? Tune into this week’s Vintage Urban Video Jukebox starring Revolution.

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