The group has, in a short space of time, created a strong fan base. Their debut album
Moving has enjoyed mass airplay on National radio stations and television across South Africa.
Tiago Paulo and Paulo Chibanga[/artist regularly play for Tumi and the Volume. 340ml is part of the exciting, new alternative music movement growing in popularity amongst the youth of South Africa and share similar musical visions to African Funk and Soul vocalist MXO, as well as eclectic rap and poetry outfit Tumi and the Volume.
Their music has been described by leading South African journalists as an elaborate musical cocktail. Their inclusion in the Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2005 line-up is well deserved and undoubtedly eagerly anticipated by their growing number of fans, who flocked to see them open for American conscious Hip Hop Group, the Black Eyed Peas, in late 2004.
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