MusicTechno / Electro
House
Disco
Hip Hop
Bass
New Jazz / Headz
Funk / Soul
Jazz
Brazil
Latin
African
Reggae / Dub
Wave / Pop / Rock
Soundtracks
World - Misc
Artwork
DVD
Books
Clothing
Magazines
Dj Equipment
Merchandise

v/a - pantsula! - the rise of electronic dance music in south africa, 1988-90 - rush hour - vinyl

RHMC 003 - 87262 - eu2lp - €19.99

New Copy

Genre: African - South Africa

1 The Equals - New Lover
2 Jazino - Ushelakanjani
3 Jivaro - What Next (dub mix)
4 S.Y.B - Jika Magogo
5 Scotch Band - Watsotasama
6 Kakappa - Sisonke
7 Spirro - Ma Hero (Dub Mix)
8 The Hard Workers - Ayoba-yo
9 Ayobayo Band - Sorry Bra
10 Rush feat. Linda Ziqubu - Sobohla Manyosi
11 Chaka - Via Tembisa
12 La Viva - Go Siami




 Pre Order
 Add To My Wishlist

Bookmark and Share

Late 80s South African dance floor winners only! Selected by DJ Okapi and Antal, the compilation holds tracks by Jivaro, The Hard Workers, Ayobayo Band, S.Y.B. & many more. This is the sharp electronic music that fuelled the local Pantsula dances during the 80s and 90s . A must have for fans of Bubblegum and Kwaito music. TOP TIP!

The 12 tracks selected for Pantsula! come from a very unique, very different time and place. They represent the birth of electronic dance music in South Africa, through the songs of one particular independent label from the time: Music Team. The sound represents the culmination of the bubblegum era, when South Africa’s disco artists outgrew their American influences and forged an increasingly electronic and ‘local’ pop sound.

Evolving over time since long before the 80s, the distinctly South African subculture of Pantsula is more closely associated with an attitude, a style and a signature dance, rather than any specific sound. In the late 1980s and early 90s, Pantsula was also the name given to a new type of dance music taking over the streets of South Africa, influenced by earlier bubblegum and the rise of Shangaan Disco, but with a far broader appeal and a harder, purely electronic sound.