Monday, December 8, 2008

South Africans Are Secretly Canadian - Free BLK JKS "Mystery" E.P.

We're calling it right now: BLK JKS will blow up in 2009. The Diplo-approved South African band just inked to Indiana-based Secretly Canadian, who will handle the re-release of the "Mystery" E.P. on March 10. The art-rock quartet reminds us of early T.V. On The Radio, and it's hard not to notice the influence of their home country on tribal jams like "Lakeside" and "Summertime" (live video in the replies.) 

Judge for yourself by (legally) downloading a digital copy of "Mystery" at your online outlet of choice. (But go ahead and take it from Other Music Digital, because we like them best.) It's available from now until January 5. And to add to the awesomeness that is today for the band, you can check out a documentary of the band premiering tonight on

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