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DJ Kyle Woods’ “GARDEN” Mix is a Balm for Creative Blocks

DJ Kyle Woods makes his 2018 debut with a muse of a mix titled “GARDEN.” At 1 hour and 21 minutes, the mix was curated to do more than move your body, it motivates your (right) brain. Like doctors offer medical healing with medicine, the Los Angeles-hailing DJ has healing for your creative congestion with…

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Audio: Sampha, “Close But Not Quite” and “Everything Is Recorded”

Sampha to music is like pen to paper. So pure in his offerings and equally talented in his execution, the British singer, songwriter and producer is easily identified as a gem by listeners and artists alike. Two new songs by the Process star were recently shared by producer and founder of XL Recordings, Richard Russell, who is currently…

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Damon Albarn’s ‘Africa Express Presents’ Album Recieves Deluxe Edition

Originally released this past December, Africa Express Presents: Maison Des Jeunes will receive a deluxe edition, scheduled to drop April 19th in celebration of Record Store Day via Transgressive. The effort is the product of collaborations between Western and Malian musicians during a week-long visit to Africa, and will feature five new bonus tracks. Contributors…

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Interview: Kindness Explores The Sci-Fi Surrealist Paradise In Jacolby Satterwhite’s Artwork

It’s suprisingly rare to see work which trancends the limitations of the forms that have come before it. The inherent risk of work like this is that it can be confusing and impenetrable to the first time viewer. My own journey with Jacolby’s work is similar – I certainly needed additional context before I began…

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Audio: Rapsody, “Fire” Featuring Moonchild

Roc Nation signee Rapsody speaks of fearlessness and resilience amidst struggle and injustice in “Fire.” But the song, which samples Moonchild’s “Winter Breeze,” is pleasantly optimistic. In so many words, the North Carolina-based emcee says that while none of white supremacy’s victories to date are okay, we – the historically oppressed – will be alright.…

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Listen To Our Favorite Jams of March

Kendrick Lamar‘s glorious To Pimp A Butterfly sophomore LP — note Solange’s favorites “Alright” and “Institutionalized” — just might have owned the month of March, but aside from the respected Compton native we did receive plenty of new gems to take us through a phenomenal Women’s History Month. Bay Area songstress Kehlani debuted two infectious cuts…

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