Bubblegum Soul & Synth-Boogie In 1980s South Africa
In 1980s black South Africa a local form of pop music evolved as the disco boom died down and slowly mutated. It was often ubiquitously described as Bubblegum - usually stripped-down and lo-fi with a predominance of synths, keyboards and drum-machines and overlaid with the kind of deeply soulful trademark vocals and harmonies that South African music is famous for.
Gumba Fire (Madlakadlaka)
Do You Trust Amajita?
Listen To Me
Catalogue numbers: SNDWLP124
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Soundway Records Ltd.
Copyright (c)-Soundway Records Ltd.
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Barcode-5 060571 360007
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