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This news clipping in the Weekly Mail of 30 August 1988 announces the Shifty Records concert 'MUSIC THROUGH THE MUZZLE' on Saturday, 20 August 1988 at the Market Warehouse, featuring the K-Team, Kalahari Surfers, Cherry Faced Lurchers, Jennifer Ferguson, Mzwakhe Mbuli and the Gereformeerde Blues Band (GBB). Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a teachers' guide to 'Stopping the Music: a guide to a story of censorship of popular music during apartheid' - a guidebook to the film about an anti-apartheid protest singer, Roger Lucey and Paul Erasmus, the security branch policeman assigned to end his career, by Michael Drewett, published in 2005. This guide was digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This pamphlet was compiled by Shifty Records on the release of the Happy Ships album 'Sound Future' in 1984 and contains newspaper reviews on the album by Gus Silber and Jay Savage. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is an Afrikaans press release by Shifty Records titled "Die Voëlvry Toer - Die Eerste Afrikaanse Rock 'n Roll toer ooit!" (translated as "The Voëlvry Tour - The First Afrikaans Rock and Roll Tour Ever"), March 1989. The tour schedule, subject to change is included. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the compilation album 'A Naartjie in our Sosatie', 1985. Described in the press release as "a musical documentary of 10 different bands/artists recorded over the last 6 years", the album includes music by Timothy, National Wake, Stan James, Corporal Punishment, Sankomota, Roger Lucey, Joe Azania and the Chameleons, Desert Moves, Bernoldus Niemand and Kalahari Surfers. With this album the artists were commenting through their music on the state of the country they were living in. 'A Naartjie in our Sosatie' is a play on anarchy in our society. Song lyrics are included. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the Radio Rats album 'Big Beat', 1990. It includes a biography on band members David Davies, Jonathan Handley, Steven Howells, Gil Marais-Gilchrist, GA Reherselman (Gary Herselman) and Jannie 'Hanepoot' van Tonder. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the cassette only release of the Draadloos album 'Dans, Werk, Kerk', 1987. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the Kêrels album 'Ek Sê', October 1988. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Music/BMG for the release of Lesego Rampolokeng's album with the Kalahari Surfers 'End Beginnings', 1992. Part of the press release includes a statement on Lesego Rampolokeng by Warrick Sony of the Kalahari Surfers. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the 'IN.TO.NATION' album by Tony Cox, 1991. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the Cherry Faced Lurchers album 'Live at Jamesons', 1985. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release on the people's poet Mzwakhe Mbuli, titled 'Mzwakhe - Poet of the Struggle', was issued by Shifty Records, circa 1987. The press release refers to his album 'Change is Pain'. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is page one of the press release on Noise Khanyile, titled 'Noise Khanyile - Traditional Zulu and Township Jive Music', issued by Shifty Records, circa 1987. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release on the Tananas and its band members Steve Newman, Ian Herman and Gito Baloi, titled 'TANANAS - A Delicious State of Musical Consciousness', was issued by Shifty Records, circa 1988. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release titled 'The Afrikaans Album - Voëlvry' was issued by Shifty Records on the release of the compilation album, 1988. It features some of the artists who performed on this album: Koos, Bernoldus Niemand, André Letoit and Khaki Monitor, Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of the K-Team album 'Viva! K-Team!', 1990. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the release of Vusi Mahlasela's album 'Wisdom of Forgiveness', circa 1994. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for Jennifer Ferguson's week-long performance at the Black Sun from 5 to 18 December 1989. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release on Robin Auld was issued by Shifty Records, circa 1993. It refers to the 1993 Shifty Records release of his album 'Zen Surfing in the 3rd World. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release on Sankomota, issued by Shifty Records, circa 1984, includes a brief history on the band and its members Frank Leepa, Maruti Selate and Moss Nfoko; its musical influences, as well as information on the first recording done by the Shifty Mobile Studio of Sankomota in Lesotho. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This early press release announces the launch of Shifty Records as the marketing and promotional arm of Shifty Studio's, necessitated by the state of the South African music industry and restriction on airplay by radio stations, circa 1984. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release was issued by Shifty Records for the band The Genuines, date unknown. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This press release on Urban Creep and its band members Chris Letcher, Brendan Jury, Ross Campbell and Didier Noblia was issued by Shifty Records, circa 1995. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the funding proposal titled "Proposal for the Funding of a Countrywide Tour of Progressive Afrikaans Music" drafted by Shifty Records in 1989 for funding the Voëlvry tour of May to June 1989. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This review of the Kgwanyape Band album 'Mephato Ya Maloba' was written by Fara C., circa 1990. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 188, dated 12 September 1985, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the following songs by Bernoldus Niemand on the album 'Wie is Bernoldus Niemand?', released by Shifty Records in 1985, are not be used in any programme of the SABC's services: 'Welcome to my car', 'Snor City' and 'East Rand Blues'. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 227, dated 4 July 1987, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the song 'Shot Down in the Street' on the album 'Live at Jamesons' by the Cherry Faced Lurchers, released by Shifty Records, is not be used in any programme of the SABC's services. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 273, dated 9 February 1989, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the following songs from the Afrikaans compilation album 'Voëlvry', released by Shifty Records in 1988, are not be used in any programme of the SABC's services: Snor City' (Bernoldus Niemand), 'Ou Kleine Jannie' (Mr Mac & the Genuines), and 'Jong Dames Dinamiek' (Randy Rambo en die Rough Riders). Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 279, dated 20 April 1989, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the following songs from the Afrikaans album 'Eet Kreef!' by Johannes Kerkorrel en die Gereformeerde Blues Band (GBB), released by Shifty Records in 1989, are not be used in any programme of the SABC's services: 'Sit Dit Af', 'Donker, Donker Land', 'Energie', 'BMW', 'Ou, Ou Lied van Afrika'. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 322, dated 8 November 1990, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the following songs from the Mzwakhe Mbuli album 'Change is Pain' , released by Shifty Records, are not be used in any programme of the SABC's services: 'Change is Pain', 'What a Shame', 'Tripple M', 'The Spear has Fallen', 'Ngizwa Ingoma' and 'Sis! Bayasinyanyisa'. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a lyric sheet of 'BMW' transcribed by the SABC from the song by Johannes Kerkorrel en die Gereformeerde Blues Band (GBB) on the album 'Eet Kreef!', a Shifty Records release. The lyrics refer to Restricted Records memo no. 279 of 20 April 1989 and is marked by the SABC as 'afgekeur' (rejected), indicating 'afstootlik' (repulsive) as the reason for the rejection. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a lyric sheet of 'Change is Pain' transcribed by the SABC from the song by Mzwakhe Mbuli on the album with the same title, a Shifty Records release. The lyrics refer to Restricted Records memo no. 322 of 8 November 1990 and is marked by the SABC as 'afgekeur' (rejected). The 'x' next to the word 'Revolutionary' indicates the use of the word in the lyrics as the reason for its rejection. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a lyric sheet of 'Ou, Ou Lied van Afrika' transcribed by the SABC from the song by Johannes Kerkorrel en die Gereformeerde Blues Band (GBB) on the album 'Eet Kreef!', a Shifty Records release. The lyrics refer to Restricted Records memo no. 279 of 20 April 1989 and comments indicate 'swak smaak' (poor taste) and 'polit' (political) as reasons for rejection. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a lyric sheet of 'Shot Down in the Street' transcribed by the SABC from the song by the Cherry Faced Lurchers on the album 'Live at Jamesons', a Shifty Records release. The lyrics refer to Restricted Records memo no. 227 of 4 July 1987 and is marked by the SABC as 'afgekeur' (rejected), indicating 'geweld' (violence) as the reason for the rejection. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is a lyric sheet of 'Snor City' transcribed by the SABC from the song by Bernoldus Niemand on the Afrikaans compilation album 'Voëlvry', a Shifty Records release. The lyrics refer to Restricted Records memo no. 273 of 9 February 1989 and is marked by the SABC as 'afgekeur' (rejected), indicating 'swak smaak' (poor taste) as the reason for the rejection. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This Shifty Records newsletter was issued at the end of 1985 and reports on the difficulties around distribution and promotion of releases due to a lack of finance and radio play. It features more or less the same newspaper reviews as the previous newsletter (AL3296_A01.01.03.01). Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This undated newsletter by Shifty Records lists releases of Shifty albums and features newspaper reviews of these albums which include 'Sound Future' (Happy Ships), 'Own Affairs (Kalahari Surfers), A Naartjie in our Sosatie', 'Sankomota', 'Wie is Bernoldus Niemand?', Fosatu Worker Choirs', 'Live at Jamesons (Cherry Faced Lurchers) and 'Voice of Nooit' (Corporal Punishment / Illegal Gathering), circa 1985. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This Shifty Records newsletter was issued in May 1986 and features reviews of records released since the last newsletter at the end of 1985: 'Aeroplanes', 'On the Other Side' (Abstractions) and 'Sleep Armed' (Kalahari Surfers). It also reports on upcoming releases by The Genuines, Jennifer Ferguson and André Letoit, and the banning of Mzwakhe Mbuli's 'Change is Pain'. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This undated Shifty Records newsletter was presumably issued in November 1986 and reports on the release of 'Wasamata' (Simba Morri) and the cassette release of 'Change is Pain' (Mzwakhe Mbuli). It also mentions the move of Shifty Studios from the Gypsey caravan to the double storey house at Concordia #3. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This Shifty Records newsletter was issued in December 1987 and reports on new releases - 'Ver van die Ou Kalahari (André Letoit) and 'Hand Around the Heart' (Jennifer Ferguson). It also contains general news on Shifty artists The Genuines, Mzwakhe Mbuli and André Letoit, as well as the Shifty Records catalogue and an order form. Digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

'Stopping the Music: a guide to a story of censorship of popular music during apartheid' is a guidebook to the film about an anti-apartheid protest singer, Roger Lucey and Paul Erasmus, the security branch policeman assigned to end his career, by Michael Drewett, published in 2005. This guide was digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the tour budget drafted by Shifty Records for the Voëlvry tour in 1989. The budget sets out the estimated costs of the tour in terms of lighting, sound, travel, accommodation, security, advertising and publicity, artists and staff fees and venue hire, as well as an estimate of projected earnings. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Brendan Jury, conducted by Michael Drewett in June 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Carl Raubenheimer, conducted by Michael Drewett on 1 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Chris Letcher, conducted by Michael Drewett in June 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Gary Herselman, conducted by Michael Drewett on 3 July 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Hannalie Coetzee, conducted by Michael Drewett on 2 July 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Koos Kombuis, conducted by Michael Drewett on 3 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Lloyd Ross, conducted by Michael Drewett on 1 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Mac MacKenzie, conducted by Michael Drewett on 31 March 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Matthew van der Want, conducted by Michael Drewett on 1 July 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Mzwakhe Mbuli, conducted by Michael Drewett on 24 June 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Roger Lucey, conducted by Michael Drewett on 31 March 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Simba Morri, conducted by Michael Drewett on 4 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Warrick Sony, conducted by Michael Drewett on 1 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is the transcript of an interview with Willem Möller, conducted by Michael Drewett on 1 April 2014 on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Archives Project. The interview was transcribed by Victoria Hume. Included in the SAHA physical and virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

This is an Afrikaans statement by Professor Mike de Vries, rector and vice-chancellor of the University of Stellenbosch on the banning of the Voëlvry concert from the university campus in 1989. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voëlvry tour.

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