Portable grew out of the ruins of the post-apartheid era of South Africa, being part of the generation that was to bring about the freedom of Nelson Mandela and all that followed for his country. He is a celebrated live act. Inspired musically, yet frustrated geographically, he relocated to London in 1997. In London, Alan Abrahams began recording as Portable, the experimental, atmospheric project that acts a living link between the indigenous African sounds of his youth, and those first records whose futuristic aesthetic broadened his horizons. He founded he’s record label Süd Electronic in 2002 and the first single “ Gridshift “ was a recommended new release by the UK publication, The Wire magazine and received best release of the month by De:Bug magazine, Germany. A succession of full-length

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