Feb '15

Hola mpinji! This is AFROSYNTH, the realest African selection from back in the day!

This month we bring you leading ladies
NTOMBI NDABA, MAVIS MASEKO and SHADIII, mbanqanga from THISHA, new school grooves from LUCKY MEREKI, as well as the synth-packed GOSPEL GREATS compilation and the hard-hitting HIT PICK REMIXES compilation.

Earlier we brought you BIBI MSOMI, LAPPASIDE, JOYCE, the legendary RICHARD JON SMITH, AFRICAN IMAGE, LINGANISA NABAFANE BEJUBANE, xmas synths by BONNY, something different from THE SOFT SHOES and a 1985 tribute album to DESMOND TUTU.

Sharp!

MARCALEX - Yeah (1991)

One World/Tusk, WON102   
Producers: Marcalex (assoc: Jorge 'Mr Groove' Arrigone, exec: Benjy Mudie)
Engineer: Jorge 'Mr Groove' Arrigone       
Recorded at: Shandel Music, Jhb


MarcAlex took the local scene by storm with their fresh Eurobeat-inspired sound. Following the massive Boys Be Boys (1990) and their self-titled 1988 debut, Yeah features the hit 'Never Never', backed by Vicky Sampson, Caroline Fassie and Dolly Setiloane, while 'Positive' features the voice of their father. The brothers Rantseli's other albums were Waking Up (1992) and Enjoy (1995) (Mojapelo 2008:131). The duo recently came back with a double-album greatest hits compilation.