The night Moses died I was high on the smell of Jo’burg and the way the air, even when it was blasting through the flared nostrils of the Audi, was warm and sticky ” – Nicole Turner
In the multidisciplinary lifework of Bebson Elemba, Ellionore Bellio discovers an anti-art of Kongofuturism that rewires the language of the post-colonial present to redream the future.
Preview the future sound of Congo-present as played by his mad music-making machines.
More Brilliant Than the Sun? Kodwo Eshun travels off the page to discusses the deep ties binding words and music in ten paragraphs of music criticism.
Gwen Ansell unchains the art of words and music, fiction and autobiography, subversion and submersion through an epistolary review or two books that operate at the limits of language and song.
Sound, words & video
Bajove Dokotela! Let the good Dr [Philip Tabane] inject you. Three ways; music, words, video.