Top Ten Tunes: Top Mp3 Downloads at Channel 24

Koos Kombuis – Ver van die Ou Kalahari

Ver Van Die Ou Kalahari“Ver van die ou kalahari, aan die grens se verkeerde kant, eet ons saam calamari, en lag oor die dalende Rand” sings Koos on this Voelvry-era classic. Off the Afrikaans troubadour’s debut album, “Ver van die Ou Kalahari”, penned while he was still using his previous pseudonym, Andre le Toit.

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The Buckfever Underground – Die Volk Is In Die Kak

Poet Toast Coezter and his avant-rock visionaries share this timeous, stream of consciousness parable off their critically-acclaimed album, ‘Limbs Gone Batty’.

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Black Era – Move

Black Era“I’ll be your driving force, I’ll be your power source, ‘cos we got groove!” sing this new Gauteng rock band on this pub crawler about partying. Off their forthcoming debut album recorded at B# Studios.

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Die Radio Kalahari Orkes with Jack Parow – Blaas Jou Vuvuzela

Ian Roberts and his bakgat band of boeremusiek brothers team up with super romantic Afrikaans rap star Jack Parow on this tongue-in-cheeky World Cup anthem-in-the-making anthem about braaivleis, brandy and Vuvuzela blowing! Off heir third album of all star collaborations, “Heuningland”.

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DJ MuZI.GP – Virus

Muzimania UnleashedJozi DJ shares this funky electro-flavoured deep house floor filler off his brand new 15-track dance album, ‘Muzimania Unleashed’.

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Richard van der Westhuizen – Stofpad

Celebrated Afrikaans singer songwriter shares this breezy platteland ballad about going nowhere slowly. Off his solo project, ‘Songs uit my Binnesak’, on which he collaborated with Hennie Aucamp, Herman van Veen and Andrew Roos.

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Guy Buttery – Mirleft

Fox Hill LaneInternationally-acclaimed SA guitarist shares this first single off ‘Fox Hill Lane’, the winner of the 2010 SAMA Award for Best Instrumental Album. It’s a beautiful micro-folk gem textured with acoustic steel and nylon strung guitars, sitar, tampura, harmonium, polypipe, grand piano, lapsteel guitar, dobro, percussion and more.

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Koos Kombuis – Die Groen Fokkol Song

“The problems facing Planet Earth are far more serious than whether we like Malema or not, or what people think of the new ANC leather jackets” says the iconic Afrikaans singer songwriter on this eco-friendly overhaul of his classic protest song about service delivery.

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Ike Moriz – What A Wonderful World

Blue MoonClassy Cape Town crooner serenades us with a smooth jazzy rendition of Louis Armstrong’s beautiful ballad. Off his 8th studio album entitled ‘Blue Moon’.

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Farryl Purkiss – Kissing Devils On The Cheek

Hunky SA singer songwriter gives fans of Jim White’s Americana fables and Jack Johnson’s surf ‘n turf tunes their fix with this latest single off his Sama-nominated new album, ‘Fruitbats & Crows’.

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