Inteview I talked about on the show with the late, great Andrew Weatherall who’s approach to music and DJ’ing definitely resonates with me and inspires me. Check out the full interview, including a transcript on https://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/andrew-weatherall-idiosyncratic-adventures
Southern Rights & Wrongs story telling around the theme “Building Character” tomorrow live at the AfrikaBurn headquarters in Salt River, Cape Town. Your princess will tell the story of experience as part of the Subeterrafuge build crew. Tickets available on Quicket: https://www.quicket.co.za/events/135374-southern-rights-wrongs-building-character/
All proceeds go to AfrikaBurn. If you cannot make it for the live event, there is also an option for to buy a ticket for the live video stream/
We missed last week’s show due to it being our big move day. But we are back, in a new home and with a new show! Tune in this evening 7PM South African time (5PM in London; 6PM in Brussels, Barcelona, Berlin; noon in New York and US East Coast; 9AM in Oakland, and US West Coast). We’ll be live on Shouting Fire and Radio Free Tankwa! 📻
Head over to the AfrikaBurn Binnenkring blog to read the latest adventures of Solar Santa, who gifted much more than just solar energy when he came to AfrikaBurn:
Travis Lyle a.k.a DJ Hedmekanik of Radio Free Tankwa fame and general good egg, is signing out of his duties as AfrikaBurn Head of Communications, which he performed with great aplomb for seven years. If you haven’t read it yet, make sure to read the last Baardskeerder (AfrikaBurn newsletter) written by him.
Luckily there is great follow up so his seat will not be left empty as Brian Palmer aka The Brain (also of Radio Free Tankwa fame) is stepping in. Welcome!
Every Sunday 18:00 to 20:00 Belgian time (GMT+1) on
Or re-listen on Mixcloud:
Album out on Bronswood Records end of January:
Brownswood are proud to present ‘Indaba Is’ – a compilation of current South African improvised music and jazz – released January 29th 2021. The project is a collaboration with 2 luminaries of the South African Music scene pianist / songwriter Thandi Nthuli and The Brother Moves On’s Siyabonga Mthembu who act as curators / musical directors on the project.
AfrikaBurn is seeking to expand its Board of Directors and is calling for people to step up for a three year stretch volunteering as Non Executive Directors to help guide the organisation towards its future.
Non Executive Directors sit in the strategic sphere of the organisation and play a pivotal role in translating vision and philosophy into a game plan. With many uncertainties still ahead of us, as well as the new opportunities and responsibilities afforded through the gift of Quaggafontein, the organisation is seeking individuals with experience and expertise in the following areas:
- Information Technology
- Cultural Activism
- Environmental & Land Management
- Human Resources Management
With the following soft skills and attributes:
- Willingness to challenge
- Coaching ability
- Be self-reflective
- Strong ethics
- An understanding of South Africa’s cultural environment.
Candidates will be required to commit to offering at least 20 hours per month of their time in service to the organisation that propels the movement we know as AfrikaBurn.
Afrika Burns Creative Projects is a registered non profit company and public benefit organisation with section 18A status. With a commitment to our cultural context, AfrikaBurn is driven to ensure that our decision making circles at all levels are inclusive and represent the diversity of South Africa.
The organisation is specifically encouraging women and people of colour to apply.
Deadline for applications is 31 January 2021.
Click here for the application process and pack.
All info about the Field Trip to the new AfrikaBurn site in the Tankwa Karoo on land.afrikaburn.com/field-trip-faqs/
Princess and The Big Blue will most likely be there, will you join?
We have a brand new time slot – Monday’s 7-8pm South African Time. Here’s a little song just for you (and for us)… The Mamas & the Papas – Monday, Monday Bah-da bah-da-da-da