South African drummer & composer Tumi Mogorosi announces new album 'Group Theory: Black Music'; listen to 'The Fall' Fri May 13th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. 2022 New music Ever since his debut album 'Project Elo' in 2014, Tumi Mogorosi has built a reputation of being one of the most captivating young creatives in the South African scene, collaborating with Shabaka & the Ancestors along the way. This July, the Johannesburg-based artist, jazz percussionist, and thinker will release his new statement 'Group Theory: Black Music' (via Mushroom Hour Half Hour / New Soil), which he will also perform live at Le Guess Who? 2022. Anchored in the transnational tradition of Great Black Music, Mogorosi collaborated with an instrumental group and a nine-person choir. As you can hear on first single 'The Fall', the results are a grand and overwhelming sound that will make you return for multiple listens. Tune in below. Group Theory: Black Music by Tumi Mogorosi "Standing in the lineage of South African greats such as Louis Moholo-Moholo, Makaya Ntshoko and Ayanda Sikade, Mogorosi is one of the foremost drummers working anywhere in the world, with a flexible, powerful style that brings a distinctive South African inflection to the polyrhythmic tradition of Elvin Jones, Max Roach and Art Blakey." Tumi Mogorosi presents 'Group Theory - Black Music' live at Le Guess Who? 2022 on Sunday, 13 November 2022. Also performing at the festival are a.o. Abdullah Ibrahim, Asher Gamedze, Jeff Parker, Moor Mother & billy woods performing 'BRASS', and many more.