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Boomkat Product Review:
Big Dog Nozinja debuts on Warp with the Shangaan burn of 'Tsekeleke'. Fresh from soundtracking the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow, 'Tsekeleke' marks Nozinja's most prominent solo release after years as the anchor of Shangaan Electro - the notorious, breakneck Afro-disco style and dance originating in Limpopo, now based in Soweto, South Africa, which was brought to wider attention via Honest Jon's seminal compilation. It's rare for indigenous African dance styles to break thru to UK and European markets, but Nozinja's music is a true Afro-accelerationst anomaly that's been greeted with open arms and gyrating hips by festivals, clubs and ravers across the continent. Atypical of Shangaan Electro, 'Tsekeleke' ramps pinging percussion and chromatic keyboards at a 180bpm tilt, eased off by lushly fluid guitar lines and White Moja's poised, pitching vocal harmonies. It's proper, radical rave music.