South African disc jockey and producer Euphonik, here identified by his real name Themba, delves into the world of documentaries with a flick dubbed Modern Africa, Part I – Ekhaya, which you can stream here on UbeToo.
Themba’s documentary takes the viewer into a world receded, as well as the current one. A couple of characters from South Africa’s music space pop now and then in the documentary, taking the listener into their experiences and creative orbits.
J’Something, one of the singers that make up the South African band Mi Casa, opened the world of his experiences in the flick at some point. Themba himself was in there with something. And it is worth observing.
It cannot be determined why Euphonik elected to use his real name and not his stage name for which he’s nationally famous. The decision only brings to mind what happened when Black Coffee had used that name and not Euphonik while listing artistes headlining his event.
At the time, DJ Euphonik was facing rape accusations from a mysterious lady and some members of the public had already judged him guilty without trial. Anyway, the case was later thrown out by South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).
Well, go ahead and enjoy Modern Africa, Part I – Ekhaya