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Runway Music site takes off

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www.runwaymusic.co.za

Runway Music is an independent music company based in Cape Town promoting South African and African music. Iaminawe built this wordpress powered site for Runway to manage their new releases and artists with.

The site features video and audio from a number of up and coming young artists including mad stuff from Cape Town party people Balkanology
and Joburg hip-hopper Lungelo. There is also some cool stuff from a couple of up and coming Zambian artists and the label Runway Music looks set to take off this 2008.

Lungelo website

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www.lungelo.com

A new site has been launched this month for rising Cape Town RnB & Hip-hop superstar Lungelo. The site makes use of the open source wordpress software and every element of it from video, music, pictures, stories, podcasts and events are easily updated from the client side. Also included was the ability to manage a mailing list and communicate with it using newsletter.

David Kramer Music Video Onnerwater

David Kramer is a legendary South African songwriter, playwright and director.

Get the Flash Player to see the wordTube Media Player.

He originally portrayed himself as a rural everyman who travelled the dusty roads of small town South Africa with an old bicycle and a cheap guitar and is also famous for his red veldskoens and numerous “Volksiebus” adverts.

iaminawe created the video by filming David in a green screen studio and then compositing him (using After Effects) into a digitally constructed cardboard karoo that slowly floods with water.

If you like this video please rate it on youtube so that it will be seen by more people… thanks.

The “Onnerwater” video was recently placed as a finalist in the Motion Graphics category at the Construction New Media Awards.

Iaminawe were awarded with a nice shiny certificate from the cool people at Interactive Africa

The CNMA aims to celebrate and elevate the status of new media design by honouring and accrediting those designers, writers, programmers and thinkers who produce challenging, imaginative interactive work, both on a creative and a functional platform.






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