|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Live At The Fin De Siècle Festival, Nantes 1997||6||Audio||2003||M.E.L.T. 2000|
|2||Darkness Pass||10||Audio||2004-08-00||M.E.L.T. 2000|
|3||Genes And Spirits||10||Audio||2000||M.E.L.T. 2000|
|4||Jazzin' Universally||7||Audio||1995||B&W Music|
|5||Genes And Spirits||4||Audio||2000||M.E.L.T. 2000|
South African award-winning composer/producer/guitarist/keyboard player, born April 17th, 1973 in Tembisa, near Johannesburg.
Having studied piano at the Federated Union of Black Arts Academy, he graduated in 1987 with a diploma and best student award, then went on to play alongside Miriam Makeba, Jonas Gwangwa, Hugh Masekela and toured the USA with Dorothy Masuka and Julian Bahula. He founded two bands (Brotherhood and Umbongo) before releasing his first solo effort, "Finding Oneself", in 1995 before gradually branching into production work for young kwaito artists.
Sadly, Moses was found hanging from a beam in their Johannesburg office - next to his wife Florence's body who had reportedly been strangled on February 13th, 2001.