ON -THE SOUND OF ON RECORDS 1987-1989 Pt.III by PAMELA NKUTHA / WHOOSHA

SKU109851
ArtistPAMELA NKUTHA / WHOOSHA
TitleON -THE SOUND OF ON RECORDS 1987-1989 Pt.III
LabelEGOLI RECORDS
Catalog #EGOLI 002-DISC 3
Genre
ReleaseW 31 - 2019
FormatVinyl - EU12"
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Tracks

  1. Whoosha - Mosquito
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/e/egoli_002-disc_3_on_-the_sound_of_on_records_1987-1989_pt_iii/sf702969-01-05-01.mp3
  2. Whoosha - Nopaka
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/e/egoli_002-disc_3_on_-the_sound_of_on_records_1987-1989_pt_iii/sf702969-01-05-02.mp3
  3. Pamela Nkhuta - Gambling
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/e/egoli_002-disc_3_on_-the_sound_of_on_records_1987-1989_pt_iii/sf702969-01-06-01.mp3
  4. Pamela Nkhuta - Ano Tambura (Suffering)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/e/egoli_002-disc_3_on_-the_sound_of_on_records_1987-1989_pt_iii/sf702969-01-06-02.mp3

Description

The late 1980s in the rainbow nation was a time when disco was mutating into what was becoming known as Bubblegum: pop music aimed at the black population of South Africa.

Bubblegum was a response to Western styles like disco and the fast spreading house music which originally came from the black ghettos of Chicago and New York. When the second Summer of Love took over the UK in 1988, first house, and other electronic music styles conquered South Africa as well. DIY - do it yourself - a motto that had already appeared in the punk movement, lifted the young local scene to the next level. With a minimal set up - keyboards, some drum machines and samplers it was suddenly possible to make music without having to rent expensive studios.

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