Producer, Performer, Song writer, Educator.

As a teenager and into early twenties, DJ’ed throughout the 1990s, studied for an (incomplete) BTech in Pop Music, while assembling home studio, and making the occasional record.

Graduated with a degree in sound design and began fruitful working relationship with various London Jazz musicians, recording and releasing on a more frequent basis.

Launched the Warm Days label 2010.

Over the whole time period, made about 50 records and performed thousands of times.

Presently making electronic instruments, practicing performing with them and plotting revolution.

16 thoughts on “Biography

  1. Aaaaah Salute Qhawe la Bantu!!! You are amazing!!! You blessed me at the Mother Of All Parties!!! Wish we see more of you in Durban again soon!!! I’m still loving your mix of Sense of life!!! Your production is amazing and unique. Much Respect!!!

  2. Keep up the good work man,your music inspires me a lot especialy the jazz part of of it,since I wld love to play some jazz instruments(piano/keyboard) in future.

  3. Big up to you QB for your value added contributions to our arts fraternity! You inspire a lot of confidence and hope to see you soon as I heard you are in Kimberley today.

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