Neo Muyanga’s music plays along the boundaries of the Crafted and the Improvised – songs made become songs found.
“… often I can’t listen to music. It acts on my nerves. It makes one want to say a lot of sweet nonsense and stroke the heads of people who live in a filthy hell-hole, and yet can create such beauty”
– Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov (Lenin)
In many ways the music refers to diverse learning traditions – the traditional and the ecclectic. Music aids transformation – the median between idea and practice is sound.