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It’s Our Birthday!

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Leon and Brett celebrate the first birthday of Tune Me What? with a show full of party and celebration-themed tracks from South Africa. From sakkie-sakkie to hip-hop, the tjoons keep coming as the hosts clink their glasses to one year of yada-yadering about the awesomeness of South African music.

In this week’s show, we feature the music of:

  • Zulu Spear
  • Amersham
  • Boerekwella
  • Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse
  • Famous Curtain Trick 
  • Harari
  • Trevor Rabin
  • The Honeymoon Suites
  • Jabula
  • Skwatta Kamp 
  • Fokofpolisiekar
  • Urban Creep
  • African Treehouse

And introducing Sylvester Aklamavo.

Our Gigs, Gossip & Grooves dates have now moved to the “Events” tab on the main menu. Check it out for South African artists playing and other events in your city.

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TuneMeWhat

We really appreciate your feedback. We’re always open to suggestions and even requests! If you’re a South African musician living or touring internationally, do let us know about your concerts, album releases or tours – we’d love to give you a punt on the show. Our email address is yesno@tunemewhat.com

But most importantly, if you enjoy the show, tell your friends about Tune Me What?!

If you’d like to advertise on the show, drop us a line at adverts@tunemewhat.com

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Ekelektik Elektrik, Ek Sê

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Honestly, can there be a better way to spend 60 minutes than in the company of Leon Lazarus & Brett Lock as they present yet another eclectic blend of South African music? Of course not! Tune into Tune Me What? and get an earful of something entirely different.

In this week’s show, we feature the music of:

  • Die Lemme
  • Falling Mirror
  • The Elite Swingsters
  • Goldfish
  • Letta Mbulu
  • Jabula
  • Jesse Clegg
  • Lionel Bastos
  • Sprinbok Nude Girls
  • Robin Auld
  • David Kramer
  • The Dynamics

Our Gigs, Gossip & Grooves dates have now moved to the “Events” tab on the main menu. Check it out for South African artists playing and other events in your city.

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TuneMeWhat

We really appreciate your feedback. We’re always open to suggestions and even requests! If you’re a South African musician living or touring internationally, do let us know about your concerts, album releases or tours – we’d love to give you a punt on the show. Our email address is yesno@tunemewhat.com

But most importantly, if you enjoy the show, tell your friends about Tune Me What?!

If you’d like to advertise on the show, drop us a line at adverts@tunemewhat.com

Trouble using the player? DOWNLOAD the show.

Howzit Pal, Can I Get Some Change?

Episode 2

In this week’s show we will be looking at the cultural changes in the 70s that set the stage for the growing collaboration between black and white musicians to create a unique “South African Sound”.

In Episode 2 we feature the music of:

  • Circus – In The Arena (1977)
  • Soul Brothers – Zithini Izingane (1988)
  • Juluka – Woza Friday (1976)
  • Hotline & Steve Kekana – Feel So Strong (1983)
  • Yvonne Chaka Chaka – I’m in Love With a DJ (1985)
  • Asylum Kids – Fight It With Your Mind (1982)
  • The Dynamics – This Weekend (1983)
  • Brenda & The Big Dudes – Weekend Special (1983)
  • Via Afrika – Hey Boy (1983)
  • eVoid – Taximan (1983)
  • Joy – Paradise Road (1980)

These are the links to artists and events covered in our news section:

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TuneMeWhat

We will really appreciate your feedback. We’re always open to suggestions and even requests! If you’re a South African musician living or touring internationally, do let us know about your concerts, album releases or tours – we’d love to give you a punt on the show. Our email address is yesno@tunemewhat.com

But most importantly, if you enjoy the show, tell your friends about Tune Me What?!

If you’d like to advertise on the show, drop us a line at adverts@tunemewhat.com

Trouble using the player? DOWNLOAD the show.