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Jazzuary According To Kate Hamann

Wrapping up Jazzuary for the year 2022 and best believe we’ll be back bigger and better in 2023. It’s truly been one hack of a ride, the music has been received very well and we honestly can’t wait to share more tunes with you. To wrap it up in style we had a quick interviewContinue reading “Jazzuary According To Kate Hamann”

BandCamp Friday

IT’S BAAAAAAAACK! On the first Friday of every month since March of 2020, Bandcamp has waived their revenue share to help support the many artists who have seen their livelihoods disrupted by the pandemic. “Over the course of these 13 days, fans paid artists and labels $56 million dollars, helping cover rents, mortgages, groceries, medications, and muchContinue reading “BandCamp Friday”


A feature we’ve tried out for a couple of months and it’s safe to say the response has been awesome. Not only have artists been sending us their music to be featured but a lot of people from different parts of the world have taken the time to appreciate the music and have found newContinue reading “#PLUGYOURSELF”

Marching Through The New Normal With Music.

We must admit March came with it’s own challengers and surprises but through it all we hope everyone is safe and blessed with good health. With the promise of a vaccine you’ll realise how quickly we’ve moved in dealing with this pandemic. After a horrible 2020 we’ve made certain adjustments to our lives that haveContinue reading “Marching Through The New Normal With Music.”


Jazz + January = Jazzuary simple equation right?! Here’s what we’re not gonna do: We’re not gonna talk about the history of Jazz or where it began. The country of origin, the century of origin and we’re definitely not discussing where its roots lie. We won’t talk about it’s characteristics, complex chords, vocals or itsContinue reading “JAZZUARY.”

One Song, Sometimes that’s all it takes… (or Sometimes all it takes is one song?)

To truely experience the beauty of music, you have to explore different sounds and try to get out of your normal routine. We know it’s hard to break cycles, sometimes you just want to play the songs or artists you’re used to and not have to stress about a random song messing with your mood.Continue reading “One Song, Sometimes that’s all it takes… (or Sometimes all it takes is one song?)”

A Whole Movement. Part Two

In our previous post ( we explained what we call ‘Butterfly Music’ and introduced you to three awesomely talented female artists who’ve been able to capture us with their sound. We hope you’ve taken the time to listen to the music and get to know the artists better through their music. In Part Two we’dContinue reading “A Whole Movement. Part Two”

Decency; Aux Cable Worthy.

This boy who found himself fascinated, very much so, by the ability to make sounds. I now find myself showing respect to these sounds by engaging in the art of making music. Decency RSA Once upon a time in the early 2000s South Africa was hit by the township acapella wave. I mean, Ladysmith BlackContinue reading “Decency; Aux Cable Worthy.”

Beat Tapes Reside in South Ahhh.

Nothing shouts independent like a beat tape. I mean they’re on every site for download (N.B they may not always be free). Beat tapes go way back, like, way back; just like how we waited for our favourite rappers to drop mixtapes we also had our favourite producers doing the same with beat tapes. OverContinue reading “Beat Tapes Reside in South Ahhh.”