At the Speeds of Life May 17, 2022
Both DJ Screw and J Dilla biographies make the persuasive argument that the work of each producer was a combination of specific, unique genius, and of insight derived from their cities.
Donald Morrison's Rap-Up returns featuring new tracks from Young Devyn, Big Sad 1900, Ezale and more.
Chris Daly connects with Son Lux, the collective behind one of the year's best soundtracks to one of the year's best movies.
Slam on the CDJ returns with the best DJ sets of the past month featuring Amelia Holt, Beige, DJ Plead and more.
Leonel's Afro Jams of the Week returns featuring great tunes from Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, and more.
Harley Geffney brings you the best from the West Coast to Southern blues-rap featuring Kendrick, DaBoii and Drakeo, and more.
Abe Beame and Jayson Buford return for a new Atlanta episode to discuss Paper Boi's Lynchian night out, that Liam Neeson cameo, the wonderful Ava Grey and more.
Each generation gets the everyman character actor it deserves, and Zach Cherry is ours, writes Abe Beame.
Steven Louis speaks to the rising rapper about Grand Rapids, Kansas City, self-determination, getting over a cheating ex and putting on for his young son.
TE P. returns to interview rising Philadelphia rapper Kur on his self-sufficiency, writing raps while sleeping in his car, and finally breaking through.