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Premiere: Georgia Anne Muldrow x Dudley Perkins Live in SA

Stream Georgia Anne Muldrow & Dudley Perkins never-before-heard hour-long live set at Cape Town's Langa township.


All photos by Niklas Zimmer

Back in late 2010, prolific husband and wife duo Georgia Anne Muldrow Dudley Perkins Okayplayer favorites from the go, and recurring Madlib collaborators —  touched down in Cape Town's Langa township to lay down a live set at the Pan African Festival for SA music platform The Pan African Space Station. Hop-and-skip some moons later and we get this never-before-heard audio from that G&D Cape Town show — one which showcases the seamless ways the couple has sonically complimented each other for years. Bonus: it was Georgia's B-day that day and at the 8-min mark you can hear the Cape Town crowd sing "Happy Birthday" to her. Stream the hour-long set, recorded live at Guga S'Thebes Centre, below and look out for G&D's upcoming The Lighthouse LP dropping May 21 via their own SomeOthaShip Connect label. Plus, see some pictures from the show below.

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