Friday, May 21, 2010

Has hip hop legends Black Noise dissappeared? Not at all! find out more and check out multimedia production 'Son of the Wind'

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Hello and good awesome Friday to you. It's been a while since the Morning Cruise last blogged but it's back in action. Check out what local (Cape Town, South Africa) groups we showcased as well as theatre production taking place and more.

Top 6 De-Stress Tips
Article: Meagan Karstens
Falling back into old habits? Here are our top 6 de-stress tips, guaranteed to lighten your load!

Procrastination, taking on too many tasks, overspending, unrealistic goals… these sound familiar? If we all know about the effects of stress and the sizeable toll it imposes on us emotionally, then why do we continue the debilitating trend that led so many of us to near failure in 2009?

Legendary Hip Hop group Black Noise who recently celebrated their 20th Anniversary by launching a brand new smashing album. The album “Garden Stone Soldiers” is unique with a new massive appeal. There’s live instrumentation, drums, bass, guitar, percussion, keyboards incorporating Rock, Soul, Funk and Hip Hop.

It all began in Cape Town in 1982 Black Noise was formed from members of the b-boy crews like, Pop Glide Crew, Supreme Team, Ballistic Rock and Jam Rock Crew. They were South Africa’s first all elements Hip Hop Group, i.e. DJ, MCs, B-boys, Graffiti Artists and Hip Hop Activists.
Make sure to join their facebook group Black Noise and visit

Lastly, artistic director of an exciting multimedia production, ‘Son of the Wind’, Misty Brodiaea. The production Son of the Wind is tales from South Africa’s often forgotten indigenous community – the San people, starring members of two San tribes, the !Xun and the Khwe living in the heart of the Northern Cape, South Africa. With the help of a spirit guide, Jackal, young Bushmen, Dala learns the truth of what his people suffered in Angola, caught in the midst of a war that was not theirs.

The production kicks off on the 27th May 2010 and ends 30th May 2010 at the Artscape in Cape Town

That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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