Blog Love | Afro-Synth

Blog Love | Afro-Synth

HAPPY 2014 Folks! If it’s in synths you trust then you might be interested in this blog we recently came across. Afrosynth is a blog run by DJ Okapi and started in 2009 and showcases a nice collection of South African bubblegum disco from the 80s and early 90s. It is an extensive library collection that covers the popular American-influenced genre known as bubblegum or disco, as well as kwaito, jazz, reggae, mbaqanga and maskandi incorporating some music from other African countries too. A treasure trove for anyone interested in…

Sonic Diaspora Vol.9

Sonic Diaspora Vol.9

Brotha Onaci is back with another bowl of sonic Africanism. This mix is a collection of tracks that get dance floors moving and grooving. From House to HipLife other styles, the music included here spans countries and continents taking listeners on a journey to various regions of the Sonic Diaspora. Stream or download and enjoy! Tweet

New Fresh Sonic Produce Podcast Mixed by Brotha Onaci

New Fresh Sonic Produce Podcast Mixed by Brotha Onaci

We’ve got a NEW PODCAST for your earbuds! Episode #13 comes courtesy of our good Brotha Onaci who has been spinning Afrobeats and all kinds of delicious Africanism in Philadelphia. He is a co-founder of Sonic Diaspora, a high energy African World music dance party that uses music to showcase the connections between people of African descent from all over the globe. It takes place every 1st Thursday of the month at Elena’s Soul in West Philly and every 2nd Friday of the month at The Shrine in Chicago’s South…

Africa Undone

Africa Undone

Lunch Box Theory and DJ Underdog present their lastest compilation in their African beats inspired series. A mixture of edits, brak-ups, remixes as well as tunes by the likes of Bhoddi Satva, Black Coffee, Theo Pharrish and a Bonus track by Common and Bilal to induce the shuffling motion. Available as a free download. ?FRICA UnDONE ???? ? ? ? ? ? ? by Lunchbox Theory Tweet