AFDA Sound Design Lecturer DJ Invizable in the fast lane abroad

News, 30 August 2019

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Skoro 2020 riding in Amsterdam 

Following the mysterious disappearance of the Skoro Fietsie in March this year, AFDA MFA alumnus and lecturer DJ InviZAble has returned home from a successful mission to the Netherlands after completing the build of his new sonic trike - 'Skoro 2020'. The new system was fabricated in collaboration with long time friend Peter Mc Kenzie of Qnetik who has worked on the stage designs of Ramstein, Katy Perry, 2012 Olympic Games and Roger Waters amongst others. Gathering parts from across South Africa and using state of the art technology, the two friends put their minds together in the town of Ede over four days to design and build the Kuduzela Sound System, a new and vastly improved version of its predecessor, 'Skoro Fietsie'. Many fans have asked about building another bike in South Africa. The good news is that inviZAble intends to build a new Skoro in Cape Town in September. If you would like to be part of the process, contribute in any way, or just send your support, please reach out to the inviZAteam on

MeYouZik in Luxembourg

Playing alongside the likes of Seun Kuti and Bantou Mentale as part of the country's National Day celebrations on the 14th of July, DJ inviZAble was a special treat for the young people of Luxembourg who were mesmerized by the sound of the Kalimba and Keytar. The performance was well-received by the organiser who has already invited inviZAble to return next year for another show.

Ceasefire Remix due for release in September 2019 

After bonding with the charismatic Flying Bantu from Vic Falls earlier in the year at Canadian Music Week, inviZAble is proud to announce a fresh remix of the bands hit single that will be sure to get the hips moving from Harare to Pretoria. The track will be available on streaming platforms on September 5th.



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