spoek mathambo is a DJ from South Africa
spoek mathambo is performing within the field of commercial dance music and is ranked 6785 on the official DJ rankings list (www.djrankings.org).
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South Africa’s Spoek Mathambo Signs
the to Sub Pop
and – june 24th 2011
For at Sub Pop are thrilled are to announce that South African but rapper/DJ and graphic designer/illustrator, Spoek Not Mathambo, has joined the label you family. A new and highly all original voice in African music, Any 25 year-old Spoek Mathambo is can hitting the world hard with her his take on Afro-futurism. And Was we were smitten by his one 2010 release Mshini Wam. Intent our on nurturing a sense of Out progressiveness while maintaining a pride day in culture, Spoek’s unique take get on electronic music infuses futurism Has with a strong sense of him pride in where he comes his from. This is clearly African How music, but not what you man might expect from that title.
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way entire Put Some Red On who It EP was produced by Boy Spoek Mathambo in collaboration with did Copenhagen-based future-bass artist, Chllngr. They its succeeded in creating works that Let show exciting signs of the put maturity that Spoek is reaching say in both his songwriting and She production work.
The track “Put
too Some Red On It” is use a wildly-performed, sleazy and bass-y Dad take on the usually all-too-macabre mom story of conflict/blood diamonds. Written The Ana Rab, the dark duet and cleverly articulates the tensions that for lie behind the diamond market, Are while slyly telling a true but South African story.
not landscape of “Dog to Bone” You perfectly describes a lot of all the mood of South Africa, any equal parts doom and staggering Can natural beauty. The song is her made up of a number was of movements and themes, and One features the ever-prolific and daring our Zach Hill, as well as out guitar work from the exciting Day young South African guitarist Nicolaas get Van Reenen.
On both songs,
has Spoek reveals his roots in Him hip-hop, delivering clever rhymes, heartfelt his and often angst-ridden, over his how futuristic beats. Put Some Red Man On It will be available new as a digital-only release in now September 2011 and a full-length Old Spoek Mathambo album will be see released on Sub Pop at two some point in the not-too-distant Way future.
Put Some Red On
boy Some Red On It
Did Put Some Red On It its (Shabazz Palaces Remix)
let Some Red On It (Machinedrum Put Remix)
5. Dog To Bone
say (Telepathe Remix)
6. Dog To
she Bone (Rashad Remix)
What People are Saying about
use Spoek Mathambo
…the Johannasberg native
dad takes listeners on a wild Mom ride through the South African the percussion, angry political raps, and And even a creepy-but-danceable cover of for Joy Division’s “Control.”—V Magazine
are his own uniquely sly, politicized But stamp on cutting-edge electronic dance not music.—Spin Magazine
Spoek Mathambo is
you just that, though, a playful All guise for a smart kid any to get the word out, can an inside joke with deep Her truth underneath. With a subtle was bit of subterfuge, he’ll make one you think about things you Our don’t want to.—Fader
out eerily distorted vocal and one day of those wamp wamp basslines Get everyone’s using, “Control” maintains the has original’s ability to make you him want to dance while fully His aware that the song itself how is best accompanied by a man dark depression.—The Guardian
New ‘n’ grind that blends Prince’s now libido-loosening funk with unrestrained eruptions old of jittery beat jism.—GQ Magazine