This year, Spring doesn't only mean an end to the coldest winter ever… it also means that we have the most incredible talent, about to grace your… um… screens. Yes fam, it is level 2 but we’re not quite ready to leave the house. And for your viewing pleasure, we have the best of the best line up coming to you, viewable from any room in your house! Starting this Thursday - all shows air on PUMA South Africa’s IGTV.
Thursday 3 September - Select Sessions with Ryan Murgatroyd
Ryan Murgatroyd is starting to see the benefits of an entire lifetime consumed by, and immersed in, electronic music. In 2004 Ryan rose to global prominence when his first ever release, Funk Country, was awarded the accolade of BBC Radio 1’s ‘Essential New Tune’.
A decade later, Ryan re-embarked into the European music scene with his release ‘Bantwanas Piano’ on Simon Dunmore‘s Defected Records. With its success, DJ Mag dubbed the release “a towering achievement in the landscape of modern house music”. Shortly thereafter, Ryan found a home at Berlin powerhouse Get Physical Music, where his Ikalimba EP was championed by a plethora of superstar DJs, including Solomun, Adriatique and many others.
Having recently signed to The Echo Agency for European PR, and confirming his debut appearance at Fusion Festival alongside Artbat and Marcus Meinhardt, Ryan will be returning to Europe to unleash an arsenal of original music and a captivating live perfromance.
Friday 4 September - Select Stories with Helen Herimbi
Helen Herimbi​ is a music journalist  who has sat down with everyone  from Babyface to Babes Wodumo.  From Mr Eazi to Ms Cosmo. She has  written for print and online as well as  presented and produced content for traditional and new media. 
In the past, she has interviewed Oskido on camera and in front of a live audience  for a ​Boiler Room x The Fader ​ event, which was streamed across the globe. She  founded and currently produces and hosts ​i(m)bali LIVE​ - an interview series with  videos that amass well over 68 000 views.
When she’s not writing or talking about music, Helen is the stream queen of  curating fire-flame emoji playlists. Some of these playlists have been commissioned  by a global streaming service and others have been commissioned to be played in  Motherland Coffee shops across South Africa.
Thursday 10 September - Select Sessions with SGVO
19-Year old Given formally known as SGVO, Producer/DJ hailing from (coal city)/mpumalanga south Africa. has been producing for only a few years and has already has signed music with Atjazz record company, House Afrika, Deepwit recordings and of course Stay True Sounds...
Thursday 17 September - Select Sessions with DJ Buhle
DJ Buhle started playing with the BFR Crew in 2004, from there she has never looked back as her musical journey, style and interpretation continues to make revellers take to the dance floor in numbers. She is versatile and can curate sets that comprise of deep house, broken beats, soul and house. Her skills and music selection tell a story which takes people on a musical journey which has seen her play across the country alongside some of the industry’s heavyweights.
Thursday 24 September - Select Sessions with Killer Kau
A unique talent that possesses vocals, dance moves and loveable personality are called triple threats and only comes once every decade and that’s what makes Killer Kau South Africa’s dance music dominator. Born in Zondi, Soweto Sakhile Hlatshwayo nurtured his talents in early adolescence by being a part of choirs and dance groups, key elements that have turned into a natural performer that he is today.
The year 2020 holds a lot for Killer Kau. In June he released a 5 track collaboration EP with 9 year old dance enthusiast Retha titled ‘Tom and Jerry’, with hit single Uyababa featuring DJ Stylagang as the main attraction to their colorful joint venture.
The balance of industry heavyweights and unknown artists in the features shows how he can rub shoulders with the big boys but also isn’t afraid to get down with new characters while opening new avenues doors for them. “I’m having fun as always but I’m also showing my growth and the fact that I’m aware of what’s going on right now. I’m never going to stop being myself, I’m never going to stop being a game changer”.

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