Here’s the full conversation as promised. We discussed our 3 year, 6 song relationship so it is a bit of a wrap up but, while the production portion of our alliance is over for now, our work will continue as part of a new phase. Enjoy! You know you have the time.
This original instrumental’s sound is driving and the mood is pure open road.
A few years ago, an opportunity came up for RazorKutt to enter a competition sponsored by MTN (South African cellular network). The contest was to create a theme song for an annual soccer tournament (MTN8). We only had a couple of days to prepare a song to submit, so the guys wrote some new lyrics […]
Another one from my Live@TheCooler series. I like the “unplugged” approach to this rock song. Original YouTube decription: This is Wesley Reddy of The Born performing an acoustic version of Bleed. Thanks to all of you for a great performance. Wesley Reddy: Lead Vox and Guitar James Daubeney: Lead Guitar Caitlin Jessica Liebenberg: Backing Vox […]
Fantastic chorus. Definitely one of the album’s highlights. The song is about a real person whose name is not Eloise. To protect the subject’s identity (and because it has 3 syllables) Chris chose to refer to her as “Eloise”. Chris James – guitar and vocals Chevy – bass Rob – drums and backing vox Produced […]
Another Stray Natives, psychedelic, hard rock classic.
I know it ain’t much of a video, but these guys carry it with their talent, charisma and humor. RazorKutt is by far the most talented Kwaito act I ever worked with and this is my favorite song of theirs. I can’t tell you what it’s about though. Sgubhu means “drum” and I believe they’re […]
This is the last song I have from Jessica, so savor this Taste of Love. Recorded at The Cooler.
I can’t remember where our hosts originally heard us, but they liked us enough to bring us to Durban for a 50th birthday party. It’s this kind of road trip with the band that I’m going to miss most.
I’ve mentioned my record label before. . .We recorded mainly Afropop and African Jazz and I called the label Khula Records. Khula means “growth” which I thought was an auspicious name. Also, “Cooler” (the name of my studio)