Michael McKinney speaks to Paul Purgas about his various artistic endeavours being informed by the histories of cross-disciplinary practice, how he was finally able to find an access point into an avant-garde spirit of music and more.
Donald Morrison returns for the latest edition of The Rap-Up, featuring a new 50 Cent-esque hook from 42 Dugg, Maxo Kream over a plugg beat, a new cannon of punchlines from Cash Kidd & Bfb Da Packman and more.
In the latest edition of Soundcheck, Donna-Claire explores the pensive, honest, and reflective nature of Wiki and MIKE's raps that compliment Alchemist's attention to detail.
An Interview With Jlin September 27, 2023
Michael McKinney speaks to the electronic/footwork artist about how her vulnerability serves as her superpower, her body informing the music she makes, embracing her artistic growth with each LP and more.
The latest album from Maurice Louca finds him leading a full band, performing under the name Elephantine name – this perceptive essay written by Asher Gamedze examines the various meanings of the word “moonshine” and the making of the record.
In the latest Rap-Up, AJRadico swerves in the Jeep truck, Gabe ‘Nandez summons life from a billion lightyears, Goldenboy Countup trades chickens for dogs & SCY Jimm follows kashrut
Michael McKinney speaks to the electronic producer about why the ethical considerations of sampling have strayed him away from it, his process of refining short passages into dense musings and more.
For her latest Soundcheck column, Donna-Claire dives into what makes Fielded new album Plus One her best yet – with an emphasis on collaboration, Fielded's voice is the binding agent with their impassioned songwriting embracing self-reflection.
An Interview With Young Quez September 21, 2023
Donald Morrison speaks to the Arkansas rapper about growing up in the small city of Pine Bluff, getting his start in rapping through diss records in high school, why he doesn't smoke weed and more.
On the producer's latest project, he expands into singing and crooning, candidly tackling the complicated process of finding one's place in the world over his own cozy production, Chris Daly writes.