Wednesday, 6 March 2013

The Brother Moves On ... pretty punk rock!



'The brother moves on is music to the ears of those who take time to be happy brown babys in this space and time. The collective was working on a 12 track album named "A dozen reasons to live", 3 tracks already recorded and two video's down they decided to ditch the album and kill the persona of their lead singer Mr Gold WaseGoli. They staged a mock funeral at the SABC studios in honour of the idea of mining the city for your dreams. The Golden wake is available for free digital download on www.thebrothermoveson.com. The EP is a documentation of where the Brother Moves On was in October 2011. As you know theBrother has moved on. To find out when theBrother will drop in your town stay linked to this page or better yet check out www.thebrothermoveson.com'



Here is a live recording of 'tela umoya' a pretty punk rock song that keeps getting more heavy every time they play.






The ghost inside the magic, the stranglers of an innocent idea of bringing performance art to its knees through costume, music and storytelling. A playful site specific collaborative piece of performance art in the form of a band based in Johannesburg. The name of this collective is derived from David Simons "the Wire" character Brother Mouzone, meaning "judicious" in Arabic, a transient assassin with that audacious yet sincere difference. The Golden Wake live EP is the Brother Moves On’s debut recorded at the SABC as a funeral for the first brother to move on 
- Mr Gold Wasegoli.

released 21 March 2012 

 

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