Once again it’s February and Black History Month – a time to acknowledge the outstanding contributions that African Americans have made to American culture.
A smorgasbord of tasty music to celebrate the New Year in this special edition of Music Under the Radar.
Beatboxing, middle-eastern instruments and hand drums create “acoustic trance music,” all emanating from the inner eye of Stereognosis.
Music Under the Radar checks out a veteran vocalist and drummer in California and a rapper in Detroit.
Formed in 1988 in England by Robert “3D” Del Naja and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall, Massive Attack was the group that fathered trip hop, a fusion of hip hop and electronic music
The bigger picture in terms of the connection between Bebop and Hip Hop lies in the social statements that each art form makes
Nissim is the man formerly known as the rapper D.Black. His journey from a street kid in the inner city neighborhood of Seward Park near Seattle to a sephardic orthodox Jewish synagogue is an interesting one.