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Jazz And R&B Legends Gathered For a Historic Performance

All of the excitement I had for this show was officially justified when I saw The Roots perform a night of symphonic hip-hop along...

King Krule – The OOZ

It’s been four years since the release of King Krule’s debut album, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, and almost two since his follow up, A New Place 2 Drown. The latter was released...

Tennyson – Uh Oh! EP

Tennyson supplies chirps, whistles of MIDI and samples in abundance; a quirky, colorful world of care-free, dreamy tendencies and idyllic impressions - just a...

Rapsody – Laila’s Wisdom

You may recognize Rapsody’s voice from her feature on Kendrick Lamar’s track “Complexion (A Zulu Love),” or her part on Anderson .Paak’s “Without You.”...

Daniel Caesar – Freudian

Daniel Caesar, a Canadian R&B singer, has slowly gained a following for his silky-smooth voice, and his soulful sound. With two EP's under his...

Interview: Astragal

Just a few short years ago, I was a nerdy high schooler and Jimmy Bent was a cool, indie high schooler in a band...

Marfa Myths 2017: Saturday Highlights

Drive west from Dallas, then Fort Worth, then Abelene, and it's still not far enough. Way out in West Texas lies Marfa, a curious...

Thundercat – Drunk

With “Thundercat presents Drunk” in bold across the album cover, Thundercat and company want you to know off the bat this will be a...

Karriem Riggins – Headnod Suite

The magic of the album interlude is often understated. For Karriem Riggins, he would contest to this, so much so that he created an...

The Return of the Funk: Khruangbin

The crowd cheered as the three piece funk group Khruangbin entered from Off The Record and walked onto the stage. The small but stylish...