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Linda Sikhakhane: The Interview

Saxophonist Linda Sikhakhane first came to my attention through his work on Nduduzo Makhathini’s 2014 album “Mother Tongue”. Something about his sound immediately struck a chord with me. That initial impression was nurtured by successive collaborations, with his mentor Makhathini and others.

Linda’s debut album, “Two Sides, One Mirror”, embraced local and diasporic traditions, pointing the way to what might be achievable in terms of contemporary discourse between the two.

With the release of his second album, “Open Dialogue”, imminent, it felt like the right time to find out more about Mr Sikhakhane.

Read the interview here

In Interview: Byron Wallen

Byron Wallen on ‘Portrait: Reflections on Belonging’.

“…people need a creative outlet, they need to have a creative way of expressing themselves, they need a way of feeling like they belong. That’s why this album was called “…Reflections on Belonging.”
-Byron Wallen

Read the full interview here