Over the last three years Gazelle & Invizable have embarked on a journey performing around the globe and forging alliances with many revolutionary artists.
Revolution Will Be Remixed is a double disc Pandora’s box of musical surprises including the group’s debut release Chic Afrique. DJ versions and club mixes of the freedom group’s first album includes new singles Lerato and In A City featuring the electro superstar and Pussy Riot supporter Peaches. Contributions from Hankat, Mix ‘n Blend, and Botaniks makes this a unique mix of global influences to African dance music.
Gazelle's Campaign Goes International
Recent reports from our Berlin correspondent have raised attention to Gazelle & Invizable’s overseas demonstrations during their recent tour.
According to eye witnesses the two musicians were seen filming a new music video with renowned electro vocalist, Peaches, deep underground in a disused nuclear bunker. performances also caught the attention of German state media channel, ZDF, which exposed the pair in a primetime news bulletin. Apparently Gazelle has also been in talks with his new band, the Ambassadors, to spread news of the recent campaign their powerful new stage performance to citizens of Washington State.
A Man Named Richmond
Rumours have circulated around the south - wing of the Imperial House that t e ever evolving mave ricks o f LIMPOP have taken their latest remix album to the big screen. After completing their first film titled A Man Named Richmond the group has decided to use their new remix album as the soundtrack for the four - part adventure epic that is to be released on the 28th of October. This will be launched with official premier screenings in Khayelitsha and Soweto to b e followed by regular repeats on DSTV ’s music channel MK.
HO$H TOKOLO$H in the history books
The no.1 hit has made headlines as it sky rocketed to pole position on 5FM’s South African Top 40
chart, making it the first Afrikaans song in recent history to achieve this prestigious accolade.
Invizable sightings in Africa
Accounts of the mythical DJ Invizable performing in the southern most tip of Africa have been stunning audiences at many of the Mother City's night club
venues. The Advisor was recently seen alongside his comrade Computer General at the Sowing the Seeds event earlier in September where the pair executed an explosive stage performance. The duo has also been requested to perform at the Cape Town World Music Festival on the 10th of November at The Assembly in Harrington Street. The Advisor to The Imperial House also made a recent state visit to the Mozambican capital of Maputo where he addressed the AZGO festival in