The Bungalow Road Jazz Show 5: Matt Temple of Matsuli Music Fri, 2016-11-25 18:17

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The Bungalow Road Jazz Show in conversation with Matt Temple, curator of label Matsuli Music and contributor to the Electric Jive blog.

Matt plays a selection of South African music from musicians-in-exile and international collaborations as well as some tracks associated with the international anti-apartheid movement in the 1980s. We talked about the process of reissuing records, the stories behind Matsuli’s releases and even Dusty Springfield’s refusal to play in front of segregated audience during apartheid.

You can find information about Matsuli Music on

And delve into a realm of South African Jazz, jive and mbaqanga (amongst many other things) and other rare releases from the African continent on



  1. Dudu Pukwana – Mododana
  2. Paul Simon – Late (DJ Spin)
  3. Thembi – Johannesburg Love Trip
  4. Aura with Lee Perry – Young, Gifted And Broke
  5. Malopoets – The Sound Of The People
  6. Okay Temiz/Johnny Dyani – Marimba
  7. UB40 – Burden Of Shame
  8. Hugh Masekela – Langatu
  9. Lizzie Mercier – Dolby Sisters
  10. Via Africa – Hey Boy