Muzart is a 5 piece band consisting of 2 keyboard/vocalist, a lead guitarist, a DJ and a lead female vocalist.
Max and Sello form the Cape Town Kwaito duo, the Ruffest, arguably one of the Mother Cities biggest champions to South Africa’s ever-loved, and these days sometime ignored, indigenous kwaito music genre. Coming from the township of Nyanga they embody the resilient and passionate attitude that so many Kwaito artists have imbued as a part of their success: The Ruffest underwent an intensive music producing training at the Oskido Legacy Foundation from 20 May 2012 till 25 May 2012, which they have entered and were selected as a few from the Western Cape. At the same week they performed on the 26 May, at the Red Bull Beat Battle which took place at Baseline, Newtown, Johhanesburg alongside, TKZEE, Big Nuzz, Pro Kid and Black Motion.
Free Radical delivers honest beats, although there are diverse influences, including hip-hop and electro, the result is sufficiently distinctive and edgy to evoke a sense of being unique, avoiding tired genre labels. Theirs is a contemporary African sound with universal appeal, and the muscle to unite divergent tastes. It’s revolutionary music geared to ignite dance-floors while exploding our thinking. Keith Bain