Top Downloads at Rhythm Music Store

Ray Dylan - Ek Wens Jy's Myne
Monique - Ek Val Vir Jou
Jakkie Louw - Gemaak in SA
Heinz Winckler - Ek Kan Weer In Liefde Glo
Gazelle - Chic Afrique
Die Campbells - Komaan Kom Dans
Romanz - Ek Sal Getuig
Die Tuindwergies - Die Tuindwergies
Juanita du Plessis - 10 Jaar Platinum Treffers2 (2/2)
Nicholis Louw - Energie
Elizma Theron - Gee My Meer
Zebra & Giraffe - The Inside
Kurt Darren - Uit Die Diepte Van My Hart
Albert De Wet - Die Vensters Na My Siel
Oorlog Frankenstein - Oorlog Frankenstein
Wrestlerish - The Rude Mechanical
Straatligkinders - Kan Ek Met Jou Dans
Fredi Nest - Dronkverliefverslaafaanjou
Die Radio Kalahari Orkes - Heuningland
Foto Na Dans - Die Vloed
Die Heuwels Fantasties met Laudo Liebenberg - Hyg Duiwel
Manie Jackson - MJ
Various Artists - South African Indie Volume One
Die Jakkie Louw Band - Alles In Een Glas
Bok Van Blerk - De La Rey
Bok van Blerk & Robbie Wessels - Ons Vir Jou Suid Afrika
Wasserfall - Asem In
David Kramer - Klassic Kramer
Rodriguez - Cold Fact (2008 US re-issue)
aKING - Against All Odds

How can I sell my music online?

See Digital Music Sales

This is one of the questions I get asked very often by South African musicians.

In 2002 I was involved with creating the SAmp3. com portal for promoting South African music through free downloads. However there was no real way, at the time, to monetize these free give-aways.

In August 2006, I became a partner in starting Rhythm Online to sell MP3s to the world. This online store is now known as Rhythm Music Store (and also MyMusiek) and if you are a talented musician, published or unpublished, fill in the online electronic distribution agreement to have your tunes listed on Rhythm Online Music Store.

Would you like the world to hear and buy your music?

SAmp3. com can help you promote your music through channel24 and sell your MP3s to the world on the RhythmMusicStore.com.

And the best part is, there is no cost to you!

Music Sales:

If you wish to sell your music on RhythmMusicStore.com you will need to complete the easy online agreement.

All the information you need can be found there.

Currently Rhythm Music Store is only able to accommodate artists and labels with bank accounts in South Africa.

For selling MP3s on Rhythm Music Store we require a physical audio CD or CD-R for  for the following reasons:

  • Quality Control
  • Naming Convention
  • Creation of 30 second samples

Single songs are also fine (we list it as a album with only one track, and with its own artwork and blurb), but we still require the music to be supplied on an audio CD, please.

Postal address:
Rhythm Music Store
PO Box 399
Century City
7446
Cape Town

Physical address:

Brian Currin
c/o Mabu Vinyl
2 Rheede Street
Gardens
Cape Town
[Click here for a map]

Free Promotional Give-aways:

Please contact:

Stephen “Sugar” Segerman:
email: sugar@samp3.com
Phone: 021-423-7635 (office hours)

We will need your song(s) on an audio CD or CD-R, mailed, couriered or hand-delivered to us, so that we can rip the mp3s. We will also need some info about the band/artist and your authorisation of our use of your tracks as free mp3 downloads. You need only supply one copy of each album for both Rhythm Music Store and SAmp3.com

For free promotional give-aways you can also email your MP3s to brian@samp3.com

By sending MP3s to brian@samp3.com you are authorizing them to be used as free downloads.

Please do not send MP3s for selling on RhythmMusicStore.com, please see reasons above.

Postal address:
SAmp3.com
PO Box 399
Century City
7446
Cape Town

Physical address:
Mabu Vinyl
2 Rheede Street
Gardens
Cape Town
[Click here for a map]

SA Rock Digest Archives (1999-2004)

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It’s A GOOD HOPE FM CHRISTMAS!

From CapeTown Sound

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It’s A GOOD HOPE FM CHRISTMAS!

It’s A GOOD HOPE FM CHRISTMAS!

Contemporary music has always played a huge role in the celebration of Christmas – for years Bing Crosby’s ‘White Christmas’ was the biggest-selling single of all time. In more recent years John & Yoko celebrated world peace with ‘Happy Xmas’ (War Is Over) and Band-Aid raised millions for starving people in Africa with ‘Don’t They Know It’s Christmas’. These are just a few examples of how pop music has played a positive role at Christmas time.

Now, Cape Town’s premier radio station, Good Hope FM, has rallied some of Cape Town’s leading artists and invited them to make their own personal contribution to Christmas through music. The result is stunning beautiful and heart-warming. There are new versions of old festive chestnuts – plus brand-new compositions – all performed in a joyous Christmas spirit – celebrating Christmas …and Cape Town.

The beauty of Christmas meets the beauty, peace and good-will of Christmas in this truly wonderful collection of songs by some of Cape Town’s finest – made all the more special by the fact that Good Hope FM is sharing this spirit and love with all the people of Cape Town …all those who live here – and all those who visit from all over the world.

We wish you truly Happy Christmas!

Track Listing

1. Hark The Herald Angels Sing – Karin Kortjie
2. Happy, Happy Christmas Day – Edith with The NAC Children’s Choir
3. Let It Snow – Acoustica
4. Joy To The world – Coda Ft. Zami Mdingi and Given Phike
5. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Richard Caesar
6. This Christmas – The Black Ties Ft. Chad Saaiman, Lloyd Jansen and Keeno Lee
7. Give Love On Christmas Day – The Rockets
8. O’ Little Town Of Bethlehem – Paul Petersen
9. Silent Night – D7
10. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Claire Phillips and Caramel
11. Christmas Song – Byron Clarke and Monique Hellenberg
12. O’ Holy Night – Emily Bruce
13. Christmas In Cape Town – NAC Children’s Choir
14. The First Noel – Allou April

Bonus Tracks

15. I Want You For Christmas – Akili Ft. Melissa Smit
16. Tis the Season to be Jolly – Brasse van Die Kaap
17. Auld Lang Syne – Tucats

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Top Ten Tunes: 2008 [from Top10songs.com]

Top 10 Songs of 2008

Rank Song Title Artist
1 I Kissed A Girl

Katy Perry

2 Bleeding Love Leona Lewis
3 Low Flo Rida Featuring T-Pain
4 Viva La Vida Coldplay
5 Disturbia Rihanna
6 Hot N Cold Katy Perry
7 4 Minutes Madonna & Justin
8 So What P!nk
9 Apologize Timbaland Featuring OneRepublic
10 Womanizer Britney Spears

http://www.top10songs.com/top10songsoftheyear.htm

Channel24 Top MP3 Downloads

Jennifer Ferguson – Angel Fish

Hand Around the HeartSouth African alt. pop diva channels Kate Bush and Lesley Rae Dowling on this haunting opening track off her debut album ‘Hand Around The Heart’, which includes songs of frustrated housewives, army widows, teenage lust, dreams, fear and coping with it. Released on the seminal Shifty label.

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Die Heuwels Fantasties – Our Heritage

Hip indie dance rock combo celebrate Heritage Day (aka Braai Day) by hooking up with heavyweight hip-hop players HHP and JR, and the Grammy winning Soweto Gospel Choir. It’s a contagiously fun colab with Die Heuwels’ Pierre Greeff singing in English, HHP and JR keeping it real and the Soweto Gospel Choir adding their soaring African harmonies: “So it’s a flyday. We call it a braai day….”

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The Buckfever Underground – I’m On Facebook, Now What

Limbs Gone BattyToast Coetzer (vocals, lyrics) leads his band of post-ontological rock outsiders deep into the belly of the phantasmatic beast on this stream of consciousness serenade about our contemporary condition. Off their brand new live album, ‘Limbs Gone Batty’.

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» Read the Review · Listen

aKING – The Heart Of A Fool

“I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.

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» Read the Review · Listen

Koos Kombuis – Lisa se Klavier

Niemandsland & Beyond!Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.

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» Read the Review · Listen

New Holland – Something To Believe In

Bored by those Bellville Rock City stereotypes? Well, if this breezy new exclusive single off their forthcoming album is any indictaion, then these upwardly mobile Stellenbosch indie rockers are destined for the big time.

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» Read the Review · Listen

Angelo – These Are the Times

TodayHunky Cape Flats soul brother gives fans of Danny K and Loyiso their smooth R&B fix on this uplifting urban contemporary jam about perseverance and positivity. It’s a funky midtempo Channel O and MTV Base jam off his new album, ‘Today.’

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The Aeroplanes – National Madness

A slice of classic protest pop from the ’80s. Definitely worth tuning into before you head off to the End Conscription Campaign 25th Anniversary Concert featuring the Rudimentals, Freshlyground and the once off Bright Blue reunion taking place over the weekend of Friday 30 October to Sunday 1 November at Spier in Cape Town.

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Luna Paige with Chris Chameleon – Sunday In Japan

Wonderful LifeClassy Cape songbird shares this haunting indie folk pop gem off her forthcoming album. Charismatic crooner Chris Chameleon adds some of his ethereal vocalese to the trippy Eastern ambience.

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The Abbott Network – Shouldn’t Let Me

Soul, funky reggae, jazz, dub and pop rub shoulders on this fresh new dose of future fusion from the Mother City ensemble’s forthcoming debut album, ‘Chapter One’. Fans of Sade’s cool urban pop siren call, this gem’s for you.

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Channel24 Top MP3 Downloads

Jennifer Ferguson – Angel Fish

Hand Around the HeartSouth African alt. pop diva channels Kate Bush and Lesley Rae Dowling on this haunting opening track off her debut album ‘Hand Around The Heart’, which includes songs of frustrated housewives, army widows, teenage lust, dreams, fear and coping with it. Released on the seminal Shifty label.

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

Die Heuwels Fantasties – Our Heritage

Hip indie dance rock combo celebrate Heritage Day (aka Braai Day) by hooking up with heavyweight hip-hop players HHP and JR, and the Grammy winning Soweto Gospel Choir. It’s a contagiously fun colab with Die Heuwels’ Pierre Greeff singing in English, HHP and JR keeping it real and the Soweto Gospel Choir adding their soaring African harmonies: “So it’s a flyday. We call it a braai day….”

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

Dane Taylor Trio – Say You Do

ForeWordDon’t be deceived by that ‘trio’ billing, Dane Taylor and good mates Justin Mark (drums) and Rob Shaw (bass) rock out on this bluesy first single about falling in love off their debut EP ‘ForeWord’.

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» Read the Review · Listen

Koos Kombuis – Lisa se Klavier

Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

aKING – The Heart Of A Fool

The Heart Of A Fool “I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

New Holland – Something To Believe In

Bored by those Bellville Rock City stereotypes? Well, if this breezy new exclusive single off their forthcoming album is any indictaion, then these upwardly mobile Stellenbosch indie rockers are destined for the big time.

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

Pretty Blue Guns – Devil Do

Cutting HeadsGarage rock, blues and country meet at the crossroads on this deceptively laid back ballad about selling your soul for rock ‘n roll. Off the CT combo’s debut album, ‘Cutting Heads’, produced by the multi award-winning Schalk Joubert.

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» Read the Review · Listen

Luna Paige with Chris Chameleon – Sunday In Japan

Classy Cape songbird shares this haunting indie folk pop gem off her forthcoming album. Charismatic crooner Chris Chameleon adds some of his ethereal vocalese to the trippy Eastern ambience.

Download Listen Now

» Read the Review · Listen

Charl du Plessis – Waltz Sum More

Waltz Sum MoreLooking for the perfect candlelit slow dance to consummate your romantic supper club come on? Tune into virtuoso SA pianist Charl du Plessis’ jazzy instrumnetal gem off his album, ‘Trio’.

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Amaryoni – Abelungu

African mbube choral traditions meet and greet American doo-wop soul and gospel on this beautiful multi-layered harmonic ballad off the a cappella combo’s brilliant second album, ‘Aza’pella’.

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Hits From LM Radio – new 2CD set from PT Music

Hits From LM Radio
Hits From LM Radio

Disc 1

  1. Build Me Up Buttercup – The Foundations
  2. Me And You And A Dog Named Boo – Lobo
  3. My Baby Loves Lovin’ – White Plains
  4. Jam Up And Jelly Tight – Tommy Roe
  5. There’s A Kind Of Hush – Hermans Hermits
  6. Jingle Jangle – The Archies
  7. Telstar – The Tornados
  8. I Just Can’t Help Believing – BJ Thomas
  9. Hawaii Five-O – The Ventures
  10. Son Of My Father – Chicory Tip
  11. Rock Your Baby – George McCrae
  12. Pied Piper – Crispian St. Peters
  13. Doctor’s Orders – Carol Douglas
  14. Sunshine Superman – Donovan
  15. Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) – Edison Lighthouse
  16. What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted – Jimmy Ruffin
  17. Make Me An Island – Joe Dolan
  18. Games People Play – Joe South
  19. Indian Reservation – Paul Revere & The Raiders
  20. Warm & Tender Love – Percy Sledge
  21. Feel Like A Woman – The Troggs
  22. I Heard It Through The Grapevine (live) – Marvin Gaye

Disc 2

  1. Hitchin’ A Ride – Vanity Fare
  2. Come And Get It – Badfinger
  3. Band Of Gold – Freda Payne
  4. Reflections Of My Life – The Marmalade
  5. Tears Of A Clown – The Miracles
  6. Yellow River – Christie
  7. If I Had A Hammer – Trini Lopez
  8. Beautiful Sunday – Daniel Boone
  9. I’m Telling You Now – Freddie & The Dreamers
  10. Fery Cross The Mersey – Gerry & The Pacemaker
  11. Just Like Eddie – Heinz
  12. Judy In Disguise – John Fred & The Playboys
  13. Arizona – Mark Lindsay
  14. Windy – The Association
  15. Hang On Sloopy – The McCoys
  16. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart – The Trammps
  17. In The Summertime – Mungo Jerry
  18. He’s So Fine – The Chiffons
  19. The Night Chicago Died – Paper Lace
  20. Midnight Confessions – The Grass Roots
  21. Save The Last Dance For Me – The Drifters
  22. Moody River – Pat Boone
  23. Nice To Be With You – Gallery

Do you remember a time in South Africa when there was no TV and no internet? Hard to believe that there ever was such a time, and that listening to the radio was actually one of the best ways to discover the latest and greatest music. The DJ’s cared about the music and they even had theme tunes. Springbok Radio was OK, but the station that teenagers really embraced with enthusiasm was LM Radio, based out of Lourenco Marques in neighbouring Mozambique.

LM Radio was privately owned and operated, and served a vast audience of young people by transmitting pop and rock music which was not heard on the state-controlled SABC stations. The music was everything and DJs like David Gresham, Darryl Jooste, Long John Berks, Peter De Nobrega (and many, many more), were real personalities who played music that they really liked and the fans appreciated it.

The radio station in Lourenco Marques first started broadcasting in the 1930s, but it was in the late 1950s that it underwent a major format change to cater for the younger generation.

The LMRadio.org website says it best; “LM Radio, as it was popularly known, was renowned for its Top Twenty chart show, the LM Hit Parade, and played a major role in promoting South African artists and their music.”

In 1975 LM Radio became Radio 5, and then 5FM, but the spark of independence was no longer there and whole generations have grown up in South Africa without hearing music radio at its best.

This CD will go a long way in helping you to remember when radio was a way of life and a place for really great music.

Sleeve notes by Brian Currin, July 2009

Released by PT Music, September 2009

Available to download at RhythmMusicStore.com

MFM South African Top 10 for 05 OCTOBER 2009

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Peak

Week

Week

on chart

Position

1

3

2

“Fort Knox,” Goldfish

7

1

2

4

2

“Episoda,” The Black Hotels

6

2

3

6

3

“Ek Dink Aan Jou (As Dit Reën),” Fokofpolisiekar

5

3

4

7

3

“Raad Vanuit Twee Oorde,” Van Coke Kartel

4

4

5

1

-4

“The Boys Light Up,” 7th Son

8

1

6

2

-4

“Fight! Fight! Fight!,” Zebra & Giraffe

8

2

7

5

-2

“Break My Heart,” Cassette ft. Vusi Mahlasela

12

1

8

8

0

“Leja,” Die Heuwels Fantasties

1

8

9

“You And I,” aKing

9

10

9

-1

“Against All Odds,” aKing

11

2

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Channel24 Top MP3 Downloads of the week

Die Heuwels Fantasties – Our Heritage

Our HeritageHip indie dance rock combo celebrate Heritage Day (aka Braai Day) by hooking up with heavyweight hip-hop players HHP and JR, and the Grammy winning Soweto Gospel Choir. It’s a contagiously fun colab with Die Heuwels’ Pierre Greeff singing in English, HHP and JR keeping it real and the Soweto Gospel Choir adding their soaring African harmonies: “So it’s a flyday. We call it a braai day….”

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Koos Kombuis – Lisa se Klavier

Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.

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Pretty Blue Guns – Devil Do

Cutting HeadsGarage rock, blues and country meet at the crossroads on this deceptively laid back ballad about selling your soul for rock ‘n roll. Off the CT combo’s debut album, ‘Cutting Heads’, produced by the multi award-winning Schalk Joubert.

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New Holland – Something To Believe In

Bored by those Bellville Rock City stereotypes? Well, if this breezy new exclusive single off their forthcoming album is any indictaion, then these upwardly mobile Stellenbosch indie rockers are destined for the big time.

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aKING – The Heart Of A Fool

The Heart Of A Fool “I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.

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Ella Joyce Buckley – The Birds

Nu-folk songbird gives fans of Joanna Newsom their fix on this chiaroscuro ballad draped in moody narratives drawn from dream imagery in sublime arrangements for piano, guitar and zither. Off her critically-acclaimed album ‘For Astraea’.

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The Genuines – Struggle

StruggleMac McKenzie (guitar), Hilton Schilder (piano) and Ian Herman (drums) kick out this goema-punk rock protest blast from the past. Off the ‘Shotdown: Resistance Music from Apartheid South Africa’ soundtrack compilation album released by the seminal Shifty Records.

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Rus Nerwich – For The Love Of Jazz

Funky Mother City sax man gives jazz giants Art Blakey, Jackie McLean, Lee Morgan, Jimmy Smith, Dexter Gordon and more a shout out on this percolated jazz joint off his Sama-nominated album, Under the Poetree.

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Dance You’re On Fire – Even When He Wins He Fails

Dance, You're On Fire Joburg-based indie rockers bid their vocalist/keyboardist Nic Simmonds farewell with this progressive rock riff and wail workout that’s taiolr made for fans of Muse.

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Felix Laband – Run Alive Run

Pioneering South African illetronica composer shares this dreamy downtempo sigh off his now classic debut album, ‘Thin Shoes in June’. Or as his label African Dope put it: “File under: lay me in a hammock with a phat one”.

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Channel24 Top MP3 Downloads

Die Heuwels Fantasties – Our Heritage

Our HeritageHip indie dance rock combo celebrate Heritage Day (aka Braai Day) by hooking up with heavyweight hip-hop players HHP and JR, and the Grammy winning Soweto Gospel Choir. It’s a contagiously fun colab with Die Heuwels’ Pierre Greeff singing in English, HHP and JR keeping it real and the Soweto Gospel Choir adding their soaring African harmonies: “So it’s a flyday. We call it a braai day….”

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Koos Kombuis – Lisa se Klavier

Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.

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The Genuines – Struggle

StruggleMac McKenzie (guitar), Hilton Schilder (piano) and Ian Herman (drums) kick out this goema-punk rock protest blast from the past. Off the ‘Shotdown: Resistance Music from Apartheid South Africa’ soundtrack compilation album released by the seminal Shifty Records.

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Felix Laband – Run Alive Run

Pioneering South African illetronica composer shares this dreamy downtempo sigh off his now classic debut album, ‘Thin Shoes in June’. Or as his label African Dope put it: “File under: lay me in a hammock with a phat one”.

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Righard Kapp – Strung Like a Compound Eye

Strung Like a Compound Eye Avant-garde guitarist shelves his ‘intention-deficit-disordered’ excesses and explores some bewitching nu-folk frequencies on this exploratory acoustic gem off his critically-acclaimed new album.

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National Wake – Walk in Africa

A classic SA track from one of the more politicised and energetic multiracial rock groups playing the clubs of Hillbrow in the 80s.

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7th Son – The One

The One“He’s the one who sees it all” declare Mother City ska-rockers on this brassy skank ‘n shred about a guy waiting to take his dream girl’s breath away. A little bit ’emo’? Maybe, but with some big cajones, bru. Off their excellent new album, ‘Ontology’.

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Piet Botha – Suitcase Vol Winter

“‘n vrou sal jy dood maak as sy kwaad is in ‘n donker kamer met ‘n haelgeweer” cautions the original mystic blues rock boer on this haunting tale of going nowhere slowly fast. It’s the title track off his recently remastered and reissued classic album.

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New Holland – Something To Believe In

Something to Believe InBored by those Bellville Rock City stereotypes? Well, if this breezy new exclusive single off their forthcoming album is any indication, then these upwardly mobile Stellenbosch indie rockers are destined for the big time.

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aKING – The Heart Of A Fool

“I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.

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Solid Gold – Where Were You Then? 44 Songs From The Vaults Of Time

Solid Gold - Where Were You Then?

Catalogue Number: SPTB128

CD 1

01. THE SHANGRI-LAS – Leader Of The Pack (2:53)

No.1 Chart-Topper in the USA. Top 20 in the UK in 1965 & charted again at No.3 in 1972

02. JOE DOLAN – Hush Hush Maria (2:45)

Chart-Topper in SA in 1975

03. THE ARCHIES – Sugar Sugar (2:51)

No.1 Chart-Topper in the US & UK in 1969

04. PERCY SLEDGE – When A Man Love A Woman (2:36)

No.4 Chart-Topper in the UK & No.1 Chart-Topper in the US in 1966 and again in 1987

05. HERMAN’S HERMITS – I’m Into Something Good (2:36)

Topped the Charts in the UK in 1964

06. ODYSSEY – Going Back To My Roots (3:52)

SA Chart-Topper & Top 5 in the UK in 1981

07. TAVARES – Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel (3:54)

No.4 Chart-Topper in the UK & Top 20 in the US in 1976

08. DIONNE WARWICK “Live” – That’s What Friends Are For (4:57)

No.1 Chart-Topper in the US & Top 20 in the UK in 1985

09. IVY LEAGUE – Tossin’ And Turning (2:21)

No.3 in UK in 1965 & charted in the US in 1965

10. DEL SHANNON – Runaway (2:17)

No.1 Chart-Topper in the UK & US in 1961

11. ANITA WARD – Ring My Bell (3:30)

1979 US and UK Chart-Topper, No.3 in SA

12. THE PLATTERS – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (2:28)

No.1 Chart Topper in the UK & US in 1959

13. THE STYLISTICS – You Make Me Feel Brand New (4:45)

No.2 Chart-Topper in the US & UK in 1975

14. THE THREE DEGREES – When Will I See You Again (2:39)

Chart-Topper in the UK US & SA in 1974

15. KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND – Please Don’t Go (3:45)

Released in 1979 & topped the US And SA charts. Reached No.3 in the UK

16. PAT BOONE – Speedy Gonzales (2:31)

Top 10 Chart-Topper in the UK & US in 1962

17. KIM CARNES – Bette Davis Eyes (3:40)

US & SA Chart-Topper in 1983 & Top 10 in the UK in 1981

18. EXILE – Kiss You All Over (3:30)

SA & US Chart-topper & UK Top 10 in 1978

19. MUNGO JERRY – In the Summertime (3:36)

Top 10 Chart-Topper in SA, UK & US in 1970

20. PILOT – Magic (2:56)

Top 5 in the UK & Top 20 in the USA & SA during 1975

21. EDISON LIGHTHOUSE-Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) 2:31

Top 5 in the UK, US & SA in 1970

22. GLORIA GAYNOR – I will Survive (4:47)

1979 US & UK Chart-Topper & No.2 In SA

CD 2

01. TOMMY ROE – Dizzy (2:39)

Triple Chart-Topper in US, UK & SA in 1969

02. THE TROGGS – Wild Thing (2:35)

No.1 Chart-Topper in the US in 1966, No. 2 in the UK in 1966

03. RODRIGUEZ – Sugarman (3:45)

Huge hit in SA in 1974 (From the Classic Album “Cold Fact”)

04. BJ THOMAS – Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (3:04)

Released in Late 1969, Hit the Top Spot in the US & SA & top 40 in UK in 1970

05. THE FOUNDATIONS – Build Me Up Buttercup (2:53)

Top 5 in the USA, UK & SA in 1968

06. JOSE FELICIANO – Light My Fire (3:02)

Top 10 in the US & UK in 1968

07. CANNED HEAT – On The Road Again (3:20)

Top 20 in the US & UK in 1960

08. THE GRASS ROOTS – Midnight Confessions (2:41)

Top 5 in the US in 1968

09. DANIEL BOONE – Beautiful Sunday (2:58)

Top 20 in the USA & SA, Top 30 in UK 1972

10. FREDDIE & THE DREAMERS – I’m Telling You Now (2:07)

No. 2 in the UK in 1963 & topped the US Charts in 1965

11. THELMA HOUSTON – Don’t Leave Me This Way (4:07)

1977 SA & USA Chart-Topper, as well as Top 20 in the UK

12. BADFINGER – Come And Get It (2:08)

Top 10 in the US and in the UK in 1970

13. CHRISTIE – Yellow River (2:41)

No.1 in the UK & Top 30 in the US in 1970

14. EDDIE RABBIT – I Love A Rainy Night (3:11)

US Chart-Topper In 1981

15. BROOK BENTON – Rainy Night In Georgia (3:54)

Top 5 in the US Pop Charts & No.1 in the Soul Charts in 1970

16. FREDA PAYNE – Band Of Gold (4:04)

UK Chart-Topper & Top 5 In The US, Top 20 In SA in 1970

17. GOOMBAY DANCE BAND – Sun Of Jamaica (4:07)

Released in 1979 & Topped the SA Chart in 1980

18. AARON NEVILLE – Tell It Like It Is(3:05)

No.2 in the US in 1966

19. RAY CHARLES – Georgia On My Mind (3:36)

Chart-Topper in the US in 1960 & Top 30 in the UK

20. CHIC – Le Freak (3:28)

1979 SA and US Chart-topper & Top 10 in the UK

21. ELVIS PRESLEY – Don’t Be Cruel (2:04)

No. 1 in the USA in 1956

22. KINCADE – Dreams Are Ten A Penny (2:36)

Reached No.2 in Germany. Top 20 in SA, Australia & Holland in 1970

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Channel24 Top MP3 Downloads

Koos Kombuis – Lisa se Klavier

Niemandsland & Beyond!Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.

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New Holland – Something To Believe In

Bored by those Bellville Rock City stereotypes? Well, if this breezy new exclusive single off their forthcoming album is any indication, then these upwardly mobile Stellenbosch indie rockers are destined for the big time.

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» Read the Review · Listen

Piet Botha – Suitcase Vol Winter

Suitcase Vol Winter “‘n vrou sal jy dood maak as sy kwaad is in ‘n donker kamer met ‘n haelgeweer” cautions the original mystic blues rock boer on this haunting tale of going nowhere slowly fast. It’s the title track off his recently remastered and reissued classic album.

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Delta Blue – Riverblues

Gerald Clark (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, slide) and his blues brothers share this no frills, no fuss, Southern blues rock gambit off their 2000 album, ‘Turn’.

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Kop – Liggaamsoefeninge

Kop Stories III - ApofeniaEastern Cape enigma behind the ‘Kop Stories’ series of albums pays tribute to Afrikaans poet laureate, Breyten Breytenbach with this ‘toonsetting’ for the celebration of Springtime, off ‘KOP stories III’.

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aKING – The Heart Of A Fool

“I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.

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Valiant Swart – Lekker Zef

Lekker ZefThe mystic blues rock boer goes unplugged on this100% veld-fed acoustic version of ‘Lekker Zef’ recorded especially for Channel24. The song is originally from his Horisontaal album.

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Richard van der Westhuizen – Hier Waar Jy Hoort

Veteran Afrikaaans singer songwriter shares his lovely opening piano and strings powered ballad duet with Anneke Visagie off his classic album “Songs Uit My Binnesak”. Romantics, this adult contemporay gem is for you.

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aKING – I Believe

Bellville Rock CityThe Bellville Rock City stars share this killer indie rocker off their breakthrough debut CD, Dutch Courage.

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Radio Rats – It’s Gonna Hurt In the End

Head Rat, Jonathan Handley and his 80s post punk legends channel Iggy Pop’s blank balladry on this aptly verminous new tale of relationship troubles off their recently-released album ‘Pop Coffins’.

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Top 30 South African MP3 Downloads of the week

SAMP3.com, updated by Michael Currin, 8 August 2009

P LW HP Title Artist Album Label MP3
1 1 1 On my Holiday 7th Son Ontology Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
2 3 2 Walk The Plank Mr Cat and The Jackal Themes and Variations Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
3 8 3 It’s Like Asking A Bear If It Has Fur.Face Dance You’re On Fire Dance You’re On Fire Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
4 9 4 Super Zero ft Fungus Arsenic The First Toke Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
5 5 1 The Heart of a Fool aKING Against all Odds Rhythm available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
6 11 6 Why We Lonely Evolver What’s the Story?/ Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
7 2 2 Kaapstad Angelo Today Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
8 12 8 Diep Kaleidoskoop Mavis Vermaak Mavis Vermaak Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
9 10 9 Shorter Than Wayne Jazz Zombies Dug Up Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
10 6 1 Seasons Ashtray Electric Bonjour Rhythm available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
11 4 3 Tiny Island The Plastics Kiss The Plastics Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
12 14 12 Velvit Undies (Mumble Jumble Instrumental) Dank Cape Of Good Hope 2 African Dope available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
13 7 2 Coming Home Coda African Renaissance Sheer available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
14 15 14 I Know Your Sleeping Lee Martin I Know Your Sleeping Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
15 18 15 If We Had The Time Gavin Minter Gavin Minter Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
16 21 16 I Believe aKING Dutch Courage Rhythm available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
17 24 17 Choke Me Red Light In June My Sweetest Revenge Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
18 23 18 Dis Elektries Egmond Ongevraagde Hello Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
19 26 19 Do The Lurch Cherry Faced Lurchers Live at Jamesons Shifty available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
20 22 20 I’m In Love With Somebody Else Natalia Natalia Sugar Music available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
21 17 17 Jou Skewe Woorde Uitsaai Projek Grensloos Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
22 25 22 I Can’t Take It Anymore Franki M Franki M Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
23 16 16 What A Load Of Rap The Shamonix The Shamonix Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
24 19 19 When All The Good Love Is Gone Landi Lu EP SugarMusic available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
25 27 25 Learn To Forget Die Maverick EP Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
26 28 26 Take Me As I Am Thomas Channell The Seduction Of Thomas Channell Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
27 30 27 It’s Still The Music Coda African Renaissance Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
28 29 28 It’s Gonna Hurt In The End Radio Rats Pop Coffins Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
29 NE 29 Weyo Captain Stu The Adventures Of Captain Stu Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click
30 NE 30 Laws Of Love Marcia Moon A Gradual Awakening Indie available at Rhythm Online - this is a link - please do not right-click

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