Two hours, every month with musician and musicologist Cara Stacey.
Muluba Makasi! Presented by Hannah Mutanda Kaniki. Tapping into the sensual and mutable nature of Luba culture
Using a collection of elements sometimes unrelated to create a new form. Paying homage to the art of sampling.
Inspired by weird subgenres, anachronistic music production techniques, low quality cellphone field recordings, Yamatanka Eye…
Peter Matlowa and BahBahRoo will be bringing you a monthly episodes, curated in the form of two parts, spread across a diverse range of genres close to home; african jazz; house; disco funk x more.
Welcome to RAD ROSES. A lubricated sonic experience of varying degrees of sanctity… brought to you by Rose Bonica (founder of Roses Are Red) and HEXIE (poster-child for Rad Safari Tapes).
Keely Shinners presents a monthly excursion towards the edges of dream pop, post punk, ambient, new wave and more for a sultry-senti session which is sure to take you there.
Daniel Gray is an artist based in Johannesburg interested in all things sonic. Echoes is a dig through his record collection, a listening session, a proposition for your enjoyment.
Monthly vinyl explorations through ambient, dub techno and eclectic flavours from the four corners of the globe
“Welcome to Cytochrome P450 where I, your host, Cyrus Dasoo, will play you songs that I think are both nice and good.’
Stressed but blessed is a sonic exploration of human emotion. Listen in for a deep dive through everything from pure joy to beautiful melancholy.
JHB based Soul Brother presents Spykos. A biweekly show sharing his favourite sounds, inviting musicians, DJ’s and friends to share music and stories.
Vegetarian music for cycles around a city. Narrow your focus when there are too many frisbees to catch!
From what was an impromptu set with a broken link port, host of the Aspects residency Athi and Hamshack co-founder Filipe shook hands and now bring you a 2hour biweekly B2B set
Len Cockraft (STRUCTURE) makes the studio home on a weekly basis playing everything IDM, Electro, EBM, Techno, and Coldwave varieties
OG of the Cape Town scene, gear collector, and true space cadet Nick Birkby dives into his record collection on a monthly basis.
Music maker, DJ & producer Simbad joins Hamshack for monthly episodes focused around playing fresh & forthcoming music.
Athi Maq plays monthly selections of bass lulled tracks, soulful electronica, Afro Blues, UK & South African Jazz
ChiNdanga! Radio is a free media project. Currently working on an experimental practice of art making and archiving
Hands is a show celebrating the history and evolution of one of the world’s most quietly influential dance music genres to date – Broken Beat.
The Jukebox show, hosted by Insertcoinz explores the underground scene and the culture surrounding it.
Join Mike Strever at Mass for monthly instalments exploring the deep and experimental realms of Techno.
Medical Doctor by day, record collector and musical curator by night; That Guy Sbu’s monthly residency explores regional and era-based episodes from his record collection.
Join Ra for monthly curations ranging from traditional Xhosa and Maskhandi, to West African sounds and beyond.
Ralph Borland plays from his vinyl and digital music collection, acquired over the last thirty years and covering a century of sound, introducing tracks and how they reached him.
Luc Veermeer takes monthly trips exploring various types of music and genres that somehow make sense together for you to sit back and enjoy.
Join Jaques – founder and owner of Long Street record store Mabu Vinyl as he drops monthly selections for all the heads. Sit back and enjoy!
is a record collector, DJ, and turntablist from Nairobi exploring and collecting vinyl in all genres…
Kumba Kwangu translates to “my home” in my native tongue Shona. With Kumba Kwangu I share music and soundscapes on a monthly basis that have made me feel at home.
Turn Left Sessions is Deep Aztec’s monthly show dedicated to showcasing upcoming / well established muso’s making forward thinking Electronic Music on a global scale.
Can’t Get! Or Can’t tholakala! A popular township expression alluding to something rare. The Straitjacket Tailor delivers monthly selections of local rare and forgotten tunes from 70s and 80s dancefloors.
Luis 93 embarks on journeys showcasing music enjoyed and sometimes performed by Welcome Park Collaborators. Expect House, Ambient, Techno, and Disco
Durban based, long-standing proponent of the Durban underground scene and general music obsessive Luke Young checks in once a month.
Join Steve Raath & James Cairns as Nativesound, founders of Country Club, and invited guests for their monthly show of all things classy.
Take a monthly trip with Parabyl in Space Force – a show exploring transmissions through intergalactic airways.
Bonolo Mafoyane is a mother, writer, events promoter and DJ (Sumthin Brown) based in Johannesburg, having…
Cape Town based music writer Mandy Alexander exports a wide variety of music while discussing topics regarding the politics of the dance floor and beyond.
Reezo Hassan (JHB) presents spirituous sessions of trademark roots-infused house & techno, soul, jazz, boogie, and more. With special guests on rotation. Tune into his show every second Tuesday.
DJ/Producer & Co-founder of City Bowl Wax Network, VAULT & Champagne – Jed Cohen pops in every month.
The better half of the Hamshack founding team. Don’t expect structure, just janky wholsomeness. Tune in on the odd occasion for medley of whatever he’s feeling.
Producer, DJ and Founder of The Good Trouble Collective – coldwaterkris explores tropical rhythms, rich grooves, soulful selections and jazzy undertones every month.
Bookclub carry their usual Thursday time-slot over to HSR with a fast-paced, deep selection biweekly.
Dive into uncharted waters with South African producer / DJ, Paz Shina. Broadcasting 2 hours of vibrant eclecticism from the electronic depths every month.
Jean-Marc Gatwabuyege and Justin Nel make you question everything once a month with a medley of experimental electronic sounds.
Barista and Hunter will be here every other week with selections of left field, minimal and anything else with a lot of movement.
Join the Wax On Residents every second Wednesday for a show with no particular structure aimed at sharing a diverse range of timeless and groundbreaking music.