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Reza Khota


Group Theory: Black Music

Label: Mushroom Hour / New Soil
Released: 2022
Track listing: Wadada; The Fall; Panic Manic; 3.15 (Where It's Darkest); Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Walk With Me; At The Limit Of The Speakable; Mmama; Thaba Bosiu; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Where Are The Keys?


Article: Album Review

Tumi Mogorosi: Group Theory: Black Music

Read "Group Theory: Black Music" reviewed by Chris May

In summer 2022, the portents suggest that South Africa, while not exactly the new London, is shaping up nicely to become another geo-cultural crucible for the reforging of jazz. Prominent among the signs is the formation of Blue Note's imprint Blue Note Africa, which launched in mid June with pianist Nduduzo Makhathini's highly recommended In The ...

Article: Radio & Podcasts

James Francies, David Binney, Reza Khota Quartet, Jimmy Haslip, and more

Read "James Francies, David Binney, Reza Khota Quartet, Jimmy Haslip, and more" reviewed by Len Davis

New music from Japan with Eiko + Eriko, James Francies and Reza Khota from Cape Town South Africa, and David Binney Aerial 2. From Brazil Mauricio Farfan, and from Argentina Axel Filip and his new releaseSendero. Playlist Eiko + Eriko “Amusement" from Amusement (Self Produced) 00:00 James Francies “713" from Purest Form (UMG) 06:24 ...


Article: Multiple Reviews

South African Saliency: Reza Khota, Carlo Mombelli, Andrew Lilley, and Mandisi Dyantyis

Read "South African Saliency: Reza Khota, Carlo Mombelli, Andrew Lilley, and Mandisi Dyantyis" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

As sure as the sun will shine on Chapman's Peak and the winds will sweep over Table Mountain, South Africa will continue to flourish and birth new music worthy of worldwide attention. The West may typically pay little to no mind to South African jazz and the artists who shape it, but that has yet to ...


Article: Interview

Ronan Skillen: Telepathic Euphoria

Read "Ronan Skillen: Telepathic Euphoria" reviewed by Seton Hawkins

When one thinks of South African jazz, the didgeridoo and the tabla don't immediately jump to mind. Nevertheless, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and engineer Ronan Skillen has made them vital additions to a range of South African ensembles. While acclaimed for his work in the genre-smashing South African ensemble Babu, Skillen has engaged in ...


Article: Album Review

Mabuta: Welcome To This World

Read "Welcome To This World" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

If the eyes are the windows to the soul and a portal opening to reality and closing on dreams, then the eyelids can be seen as the gatekeepers to such worlds. Mabuta--a genre-merging band taking its name from the Japanese word for eyelid--has a keen understanding of that concept. Shane Cooper, the mastermind behind this group, ...


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