Tendayi Sithole

The Justice of Just T

At Kitcheners, she delivers hectic sets. She views Kitcheners as more than just a venue to perform in, but rather as a community where she can connect with people through music. Just T pours her heart and soul into her sets, always striving to deliver the best experience possible.

Thabo Phalatse’s Palate

One could say that he wears his heart on his sleeve. His name says it all. Thabo Phalatse, his birth name, is his stage name and that, as a DJ, is something unusual. He has no alias which needs to be deciphered because there is no inscriptive code to unlock.

Kat La Kat’s Experience

It is what brings differences together so that there is the congregation of feel(ing) and there is that one thing that keeps those who are in the groove together. This is that heavy thing, and everything is worked out in the space of the workshop of the soul so that this energy can be released, received, and recycled.

On the Beauty of DJ Buhle

Doing what is not locked in the fetish of “soulful stuff” which is the domain and constriction that female DJs are wrongly mostly confined to, Buhle defines her sound in a way that its liberatory impulse translates into the workshopping of the soul.

Trev The Japanese: On the Avant-garde Deluge

Trev’s music collection was just for pleasure and playing for friends. With his pocket money, collecting music will be his devotion. This started while he was in Giyani and he will collect music that he termed to be “rare stuff.”

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