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Spoek Mathambo makes the Afro-futurists look old school. With the arrival of his second album,
Father Creeper, he’s one man building up an army to make his creative visions a reality, rewriting any artistic laws in his way.

Johannesburg’s Spoek Mathambo (real name: Nthato Mokgata) first hotwired our world with a series of collaborative projects—Sweat X, ... Read more in Amazon's Spoek Mathambo Store

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Awesome new sound & creative vision 22 April 2012
By Jared - Published on Amazon.com
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Spoek Mathambo is a great music outfit and I love the idea of creating a musical conscious that is uniquely South African.

I have to be honest that I didn't enjoy the album the first time through, but gave it more than a few chances since he followed me on Twitter. Now it's part of my regular listening and I've shared him with many friends. This album is pretty raw, but a great offering none the less.

Download this and then move on to Father Creeper; you'll not be disappointed.
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Rat-a-Tatta-Tat 13 Dec. 2012
By DojEdave - Published on Amazon.com
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There has been an electro underground brewing in South Africa for years. I see this album as a big milestone on the path. It has a darkness and realness and it just kicks. Each track has an individuality and usually something interesting going on. Dance beats that have been strictly local until now are re-emerging here in a way that will work on dancefloors around the world.

Save it for late and play it loud.
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