These women are shaping the future of R&B

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we spotlighted women who are shaping the future of R&B. We featured music from Cleo Sol, Ari Lennox, Ama Lou, Mahalia, Fatima, Audrey, Baby Rose, Celeste, Swsh, Greentea Peng, Amber Mark, Rhi, Savannah Cristina, Hope Tala and more.  

We also featured new music from Too Many Zooz, Danny Brown, Rhi, Shigeto, Ryan Hemsworth and EARTHGANG.

Ama Lou

We kicked off the show with one of the artists who is definitely shaping the future of R&B, Kadhja Bonet. Her blend of psychedelic soul, jazz and electronic music is one of kind and she reminds me a little of the iconic Minnie Riperton. We played her song “Mother Maybe” from one of my favorite albums from 2018 “Childqueen.”

Jazz trumpeter Jaimie Branch graced us with music from her new album “Fly or Die II,” which is a follow-up to her 2015 debut “Fly or Die.” Then we imported the Afro-Carribean sounds of The Bong Hop, a creation of trumpeter of Etienne Sevet. We continue our jazz streak with a song from producer Shigheto’s latest project “Versions.” If you will be in Chicago on Oct. 19, you can catch Shigeto along with Chicago duo Drama at Smartbar celebrating Ghostly International’s 20th anniversary.

Just in time for Halloween, we shared new music from New York’s Too Many Zooz latest project “ZombiEP.” Then we played “Night Drive” from Ari Lennox, an artist who is putting her own stamp on R&B. Following Ari, we featured an epic tune from Holland Andrews aka Like a Villain, a NYC based vocalist, composer and performer who uses her voice in unique and amazing ways. Check out her latest album “What Makes Vulnerability Good.”

We also heard from UK singer Ama Lou, another artist who is shaping the future of R&B. Straight out of Atlanta, we featured the song “In Your Arms” from Baby Rose from her latest album “To Myself.” Plus we played new music from North Carolina’s L’Orange & Chicago’s Jeremiah Jae. The track you heard was called “Dead Battery” and it came from “Complicate Your Life With Violence.” It is the follow-up to their debut album “The Night Took Us In Like Family.”

Check out the full playlist for this week’s show and then check out our special Spotify playlist spotlighting women who are shaping the future of R&B.

HOUR 1

Kadhja Bonet – “Mother Maybe”
Jaimie Branch – “Simple Silver Surfer”
Cleo Sol – “Why Don’t You”
Shigeto – “MCW”
The Bongo Hop – “L’Autre Quai”
Too Many Zooz – “Showdown”
Danny Brown – “uknowhatimsain”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Harms”
Ari Lennox – “Night Drive”
Like A Villain – “You Got It”
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae – “Dead Battery”
Baby Rose – “In Your Arms”
Ama Lou – “Tried Up”
Celeste – “She’s My Sunshine”

HOUR 2

Rosie Lowe – “How’d You Like It”
Ama Lou – “Northside”
Fatima – “Westside”
Savannah Cristina – “What You Won’t Do”
Mahalia – “Hide Out”
Emily King – “Can’t Hold Me (Machinedrum Remix)”
Amber Mark – “Put You On (MJ Cole Remix)” feat. DRAM
Audrey – “Souffle”
Swsh – “How You Feel”
Greentea Peng – “Mr. Sun (miss da sun)”
Rhi – “Plain Jane”
Hope Tala – “Lovestained”
Danny Brown – “Theme Song”
Lapalux – “Earth”
Romare – “Rainbow (Club)”
Ryan Hemsworth – “Machine Manners”
EARTHGANG – “Swivel”
Rapsody – “Myrlie” feat. Mereba

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Listen to new music from DJ Shadow, Robert Glasper, Sudan Archives and Arlo Parks

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from DJ Shadow, Japanese jazz supergroup Ronin Arkestra, Young M.A., rising UK artist Arlo Parks, Sudan Archives, The Comet is Coming, Robert Glasper and Cashmere Cat.

Robert Glasper

We started the show off with a brand new track from Chicago native Kid Sister. Followed by music from a previously unreleased album from John Coltrane titled “Blue World.”

We also featured new music from the electronic-jazz outfit The Comet is Coming. The song we played was called Lifeforce Part II and it is from a six-song project called “The Afterlife” which is a companion to their 2019 full-length “Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery.”

Then we jumped into brand new music from the jazz supergroup Ronin Arkestra featuring Mark De Lowe and members of Cro Magnon, Sleepwalker, Kyoto Jazz Sextet, Kyoto Jazz Massive, WONK and Sauce81. They just released a new album titled “Sonkei.” Speaking of Japanese jazz, I also played a track from the jazz-punk group Soil and Pimp Sessions. The song, “Phantom of Franklin Avenue” comes from a soundtrack for an Anime series called BEM that the group recorded.

You also heard in the mix the song “Anywhere” which is the latest from UK singer/songwriter Hope Tala who blends R&B with Bossa Nova. Following Hope is an artist out of the UK who we have featured in the past and now she is getting love from places like The Guardian and The Fader. Her name is Arlo Parks and she an artist to keep your eyes and ears on. We featured her new single “Second Guessing.”

Check out the full playlist below.

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Kid Sister – “Long Way Back”
John Coltrane – “Village Blues (Take 1)”
Ronin Arkestra – “Tempestuous Temperaments
Kassa Overall – “What’s New With You”
The Comet Is Coming – “Lifeforce Part II”
Soil & Pimp Sessions – “Phantom of Franklin Avenue”
Bob James – “Nautilus”
Monster Rally – “Menagerie”
Hope Tala – “Anywhere”
Arlo Parks – “Second Guessing”
Wilma Vritra – “Shallow Grave”
Sudan Archives – “Confessions”
Zeb Samuels – “Lost In My Dreams”
Samba De La Muerte – “Side By Side”

HOUR 2

Massive Attack – “Safe From Harm”
DJ Shadow – “Rosie”
Cashmere Cat – “Back For You”
J-E-T-S – “Potions” feat. Dawn Richards
MaLLy – “Applause”
Buscabulla – “Vamono”
SBTRKT – “Something Goes Right”
Machinedrum – “Let It (Machinedrum Remix)” feat. Melo-X
Drama – “Hold On”
Cookin’ On 3 Burners – “Feel Good, Inc.”
The 100 Knights Orchestra – “Soul Fugue”
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib – “Palmolive” feat. Pusha T and Killer Mike
Robert Glasper – “This Changes Everything” feat. Buddy, Denzel Curry, Terrance Martin, James Poynser
Young M.A. – “Sober Thoughts” feat. Max YB

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Rhythm Lab Radio spotlights Chicago’s jazz, soul, hip-hop, house and footwork scenes

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we explored the rich Chicago music scene in honor of our new second home on Vocalo, Chicago’s Urban Alternative station every Thursday evening beginning Oct. 3 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Rhythm Lab Radio got its start over 14 years ago on The Current from Minnesota Public Radio and has called 88Nine Radio Milwaukee home for the past 12 years. And now we get to share our musical mission of redefining the urban sound in Chicago.  

We dived into music from the soulful psychedelic sounds of The Rotary Connection to the iconic sound of Chicago house to the rapid rhythm of footwork to the city’s genre-bending jazz artists. Plus we feature new music from Danny Brown, Sam T Herring aka Hemlock Ernst, Moon Boots and more.

Makaya McCraven | photo credit: David Marques

We kicked off the episode with a classic from Chicago’s own Rotary Connection, a band that formed back in the mid ’60s and included the legendary singer Minnie Riperton as one of its members.

We also featured Chicago music from the pioneer of Afrofuturistic music, Sun Ra and His Arketstra, Chicago house music legends Mr. Fingers and Marshall Jefferson. Then we highlighted some amazing Chicago jazz from the likes of Makaya McCraven, Damon Locks and Ben LaMar Gay. We also touched on some indie soul from rising singer/songwriter Kaina and Sen Morimoto. And we also played some footwork from DJ Tre and the late DJ Rashad. Finally, we gave props to the Chicago hip-hop scene with tracks from Mick Jenkins, Saba and Ric Wilson.

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

The Rotary Connection – “I Am The Black Gold of The Sun”
Sun Ra And His Arkestra – “Love In Outer Space”
Ben LaMar Gay – “Swim Swim”
Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble – “The Color That Brings You”
Makaya McCraven – “Black Lion” feat. Brandee Younger, Tomeka Reid, Derzon Douglas, Joel Ross
Mick Jenkins – “Drowning” feat. BADBADNOTGOOD
Jaimie Branch – “Theme Nothing”
Jamila Woods – “VRY BLK”
KAINA – “Green”
Hemlock Ernst & Kenny Segal – “Down”
Saba – “Smile”
Sen Morimoto – “People Watching”
The Stylle Band – “If You Love Me”

HOUR 2

Mr. Fingers – “Can You Feel It”
Moon Boots – “Juanita” feat. Kaleena Zanders
Marshall Jefferson – “Move Your Body”
Ben Westbeech – “So Good Today (Yoruba Soul Remix)”
Africa Hitech – “Out In The Streets”
DJ Tre – “Dnb Funk”
DJ Rashad – “Let U Know”
Edseven – “Freaky (Meet Me Halfway)” feat. Colonel Red
Ric Wilson – “Soul Bounce”
High Contrast – “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”
Danny Brown – “Best Life”
Teedra Moses – “Be Your Girl (Kaytranada remix)”

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Listen to new music from John Coltrane, Velvet Negroni, FKA Twigs, and more

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we had a special Live From The Lab with Minneapolis artist Velvet Negroni, who recently dropped his debut album “Neon Brown” on 4AD.

We also featured new music from Moonchild, Mahalia, Bob Moses, FKA Twigs, Sampa The Great, Kindness and Brainfeeder artist Salami Rose Joe Louis. Plus, we played a track from a previously unreleased album from John Coltrane.

Velvet Negroni
Colin Michael Simmons Velvet Negroni | photo credit: Colin Michael Simmons

In the first hour, we sat down with Velvet Negroni, the alter-ego of creative polymath Jeremy Nutzman. He just released the experimental R&B album “Neon Brown” on 4AD. He also performed a few songs from the album in front of a live audience.

Raised in an outer suburb of the Twin Cities, Jeremy Nutzman — a black kid adopted into a white evangelical Christian family — split his formative years between classical piano lessons and late night jam sessions. A duality that permeates every corner of his music, with forthcoming album “NEON BROWN” thriving in the borderlands between indie rock and R&B. Having already notched writing credits for Kanye West and Kid Cudi, plus a forthcoming feature on Bon Iver’s next album, Velvet Negroni spent summer touring with Tame Impala, including two nights at Madison Square Garden.

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Jackson Conti – “Upa Neguinho”
John Coltrane – “Blue World”
Shafiq Husayn – “Cylcles” feat. Hiatus Kaiyote
Platinum Pied Pipers – “I Got You” feat. Tiombe Lockhart
Moonchild – “Wise Women”

-Live From The Lab With Velvet Negroni –

HOUR 2

RSL – “Wesley Muisc”
Sampa The Great – “Any Day” feat. Whosane
Spacek – “Eve (Remix)”
ESG – “U.F.O”
Mahalia – “What You Did” feat. Ella Mai
Bob Moses – “Back Down (Hayden James Remix)”
DJ Rashad – “Acid Bit” feat. Addison Groove
Martyn – “Viper”
fLako – “Kuku”
FKA Twigs – “holy terrain” feat. Future
Kindness – “Softness as a Weapon”
Omar & Zed Bias – “Dancing”
Bones Thugs ’n’ Harmony – “1st of Tha Month (K&D session)”
Salami Rose Joe Louis – “Earth Creature”

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Listen to new music from Raphael Saadiq, Black Milk and more

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from the Australian band Tora, Moodymann, Black Milk, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, sir Was and more. We also featured two new tracks from Raphael Saadiq’s upcoming album “Jimmy Lee.”

Plus, in the second hour, we put together a little Drum & Bass mix featuring Goldie, Roni Size, Shy FX, High Contrast, LTJ Bukem and more!

Listen to the show below.

Raphael Saadiq

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Hugh Masekela – “The Boy’s Doin’ It”
Nate Mercereau – “Zalatwic”
Zero 7 – “Somersault” feat. Sia
GoGo Penguin – “Raven”
sir Was – “No Giving Up”
Raphael Saadiq – “Glory to the Veins” feat. Ernest Turner
Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime – “Mages Sages II”
Jesse Boykins III – “Indie Girls” feat. Kilo Kish & Little Simz
Tora & Anna Boi – “Control”
Jacques Greene, Cadence Weapon & Justin Strauss – “Silencio”
Black Milk – “Tyme”
Elderbrook – “Be There Soon”
Moodymann – “Got Me Coming Back Rite Now” feat. Amp Fiddler
Gabriel Garzon-Montano – “Bombo Fabrika (Remix)” feat. Little Simz
Fatima – “Attention Span of a Cookie”

HOUR 2

Raphael Saadiq – “So Ready”
Goldie – “Inner City Life”
CLIPZ – “Down 4(Extended Mix)”
DJ Marky & S.P.Y. – “Mystic Sunset”
High Contrast – “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”
Shy Fx -“Plastic Soul”
Roni Size & Reprazent – “Railing”
LTJ Bukem – “Atlantis (Marky & S.P.Y. Rework)”
Chase & Status – “Love’s Theme”
Ive Mendes – “Nao Vou Fugir (DJ Marky & XRS Mainline Mix)”
Shy Fx – “Raver” feat. Kano, Donae’o & Roses Gabor
YBN – Cordae – “Family Matters” feat. Arin Ray
Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers – “People Make The World Go Round

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Listen to a special mix from Arabian Prince, founding member of N.W.A.

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On this week’s episode, we had special West Coast electric mix from Arabian Prince, a founding member of the rap group N.W.A. We also featured new music from Chance The Rapper, Ghanian producer Gafacci, Jidenna, Waajeed, YBN Cordae, Nate Mercereau, who produced Lizzo’s big hit “Juice,” and more.

Arabian Prince

For those who aren’t familiar with Arabian Prince, he is a songwriter, rapper, producer, DJ, technologist Pro Gamer and futurist. Arabian is best known for being a founding member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted rap group N.W.A., pioneering west coast electro music and producing the Grammy-nominated #1 hit song “Supersonic.”

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Chris Dave and the Drumhedz – “Dat Feelin'” feat. SiR
Laneous – “Nice to See You”
Pieces of a Man – “Listen”
SEED Ensemble – “Afronaut” feat. XANA
Kadhja Bonet – “Tears of Lamont”
Nate Mercereau -“There You Are”
Ash Walker – “Time” feat. Laville
Royce Wood Junior – “January Time”
Pratt & Moody – “Lost Lost Lost”
Kase Avila – “Baby Steps”
Lo Boii – “She Drives Me Crazy”
Aaron Childs – “Tangerine (Channel Tres remix)”
Jidenna – “Sufi Woman”
Gafacci – “Like Water” feat. Amaarae

HOUR 2

Chance The Rapper – “Ballin’ Flossin”
-Arabian Prince – OG West Coast Electro Mix-
Waajeed – “Deeper into Blue” feat. Blue Raspberry
TroyBoi – “Do You?”
YBN Cordae – “Wintertime”

Here is the setlist for Arabian Prince’s mix

Panic Zone – N.W.A
Something 2 Dance 2 – N.W.A.
J.J. FAD – Blame it on the Muzick
J.J. FAD – Supersonic Eenie Meenie Beats
J.J FAD – Supersonic
LA Dream Team – Calling on the Dream Team
P Crew – Nasty Rock
Garrett’s Crew – Nasty Rock
Kraftwerk – Tour De France 12 inch
Kano – I’m Ready
Debbie Deb – When I hear Music
Orbit – And the beat goes on
Arabian Prince – Let’s Hit the Beach Darktro Stones Throw Remix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Statix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Professor X (Saga)
Frauenarzt x Professor X – Professor Bass Czech Remix
Arabian Prince – Innovator Modern Vocoder Remix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – XPELL
Kraftwerk – Cybernetic Interface
Jive Rhythm Trax -122 BPM
Professor X aka Professor X – Dance MF
Cosmic Crew x Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Electro Empire
Igor RX 15 Beats – 120 BPM
Arcade Funk – Tilt
Formula V – Killer Groove
Jonzun Crew – Pac Jam

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Listen to a performance and interview with Devon Gilfillian

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we had a special performance and interview from Devon Gilfillian. We also featured music from Mayer Hawthorne, Rosie Lowe, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib and more.

Devon Gilfillian / photo credit: Andile Buka

Devon Gilfillian fires twin barrels of gospel-blues and southern soul on his debut EP. Fueled by groove, guitar, and the powerful punch of Gilfillian’s voice, the songs shine a light on a young songwriter who grew up outside of Philadelphia, absorbing everything from the R&B swagger of Al Green and Ray Charles to the rock ‘n’ roll heroics of Jimi Hendrix.

Now based in Nashville, Gilfillian puts a personalized stamp on those childhood influences, rolling them into five original songs that showcase not only his songwriting and singing but also his talent as an instrumentalist. 

Raised by a musical family, Gilfillian grew up singing. He took up the electric guitar at 14 years old, kickstarting a fascination with classic rock and other sounds from an older generation. By the time college rolled around, Gilfillian was playing three-hour shows in a local cover band, performing songs by the Meters one minute and the Beatles the next.

The gigs allowed him to explore the full range of his influences, but Gilfillian wanted to play his own music, too. With that in mind, he moved to Nashville, eager to chase down his own muse. 

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Miguel Atwood-Ferfueson & Carlos Ninos – “Suite For Ma Dukes”
Rosie Lowe – “Bird Song”
Jonny Utah – “Honeypie”
Devon Gilfillian – “High”

Live from the Lab with Devon Gilfillian
“Get Out & Get It”
“Here + Now”
“Troublemaker”
“Hole”

Quantic – “Now or Never” feat. Alice Russell
Brijean – “Show and Tell”
Taylor McFerrin – “Georgia”

HOUR 2

Yuna – “Fading Flower”
Ibibio Sound Machine – “I Need You to Be Sweet Like Sugar (Nnge Nte Suka)”
Lizzo – “Better in Color”
Chokolate – “Heavy”
Rhye – “Needed”
Mayer Hawthorne – “The Game”
Esperanza Spalding – “Good Lava”
Tyler, the Creator – “IGORS Theme”
Doja Cat – “Tia Tamera” feat. Rico Nasty
Solange – “My Skin My Logo”
Jamila Woods – “FRIDA”
Soil and Pimp Sessions – “A Wheel within a Wheel”
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – “Giannis”
Kaytranada – “The Night Is On My Mind”
Cesaria Evora – “Angola (Carl Craig’s remix)”

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Listen to new music from Sampa The Great, Chicago’s KAINA, A Tribe Called Red and more

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On this week’s episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from house music legend Lady Alma, Sampa The Great, Chicago’s KAINA, Moon Boots, Lusine, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, Jonah Yano, A Tribe Called Red and more.

Jonah Yano, Magic Island, Lady Alma, KAINA, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, Sampa The Great, Steve Reid, Moon Boots, sir Was

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Kelan Philip Cohran & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – “Cuernavaca”
Jonah Yano – “nervous” feat. BADBADNOTGOOD
Evan Geesman – “Roseberg”
Cosmo Pyke – “Great Dane”
Ebi Soda – “Duhrenger”
Lusine – “Not Alone” feat. Jenn Champion
The Internet – “Special Affair”
count basic – “Gotta Jazz (Richard Dorfmeister Remix)”
Magic Island – “High Note”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Anti Anthem Remix”
Sonder – “Too Fast”
Everything is Recorded – “Close But Not Quite”
sir Was – “Deployed” feat. Little Dragon
Werkha – “Dusk” feat. Bryony Jarman-Pinto

HOUR 2

Zach Witness – “Keep Faith”
Lady Alma – “Keep It Moving” feat. Mark de Clive-Lowe
ZuluZuluu – “What’s The Price”
Moodymann – “I Got Werk”
Moon Boots – “Tied Up” feat. Steven Klavier
Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime – “Where I’m From”
Skinny Pelembe – “I Just Wanna Be Your Prisoner”
Petite Noir – “Blame Fire”
Sampa The Great – “OMG”
A Tribe Called Red – “The OG” feat. Black Bear
Karizma – “Twyst This”
Ben Westbeech & Die – “Get Closer (Lovers Mix)”
Catching Flies – “New Gods” feat. Jay Prince & Oscar Jerome
KAINA – “Green”
Theo Croker – “Just Let It Ride”
Steve Reid – “Nova” feat. The Legendary Master Brotherhood

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Here is your perfect soundtrack for a summer fling

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we celebrated the beginning of summer with a show called “Summer Fling.”

We dug into our crates to play some of our favorite classics from artists like Teena Marie, Isaac Hayes, Baby Huey, The Time, 20th Century Steel Band, The Brothers Johnson, Camille Yarbrough, Mr. Fingers, Inner City, Bobby Caldwell, Soul II Soul and more.

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

Teena Marie – “Portugese Love”
Camille Yarbrough – “Take Yo’ Praise”
Isaac Hayes – “Ike’s Mood”
Marvin Gaye – “T Play It Cool”
20th Century Steel Band – “Heaven and Hell is On Earth”
S.O.U.L. – “Burning Spear”
Bernard Wright – “Just Chillin’ Out”
The Brothers Johnson – “Stomp!”
Silver Connection – “Fly Robin Fly”
Sly and the Family Stone – “Trip To Your Heart”
Baby Huey – “Hard Times”
Jazzanova – “Flashback(Jazzanova’s Mashed Bag)”

HOUR 2

The Time – “Ice Cream Castles”
S.O.S Band – “Take Your Time (Do It Right)”
Yarbrough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music”
The O’Jays – “I Love Music”
Ray Barretto – “Acid”
Mr. Fingers – “Can You FeelIt”
Inner City – “Good Life”
Junior – “Mama Used to Say”
Soul II Soul – “Keep On Movin'”
Groove Theory – “Tell Me”
Bobby Caldwell – “Open Your Eyes”

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Mourning [A] BLKstar defines the sound of Afrofuturism

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from the Afrofuturistic collective Mourning [A] BLKstar, a collaboration between serpentwithfeet and Ty Dolla $ign, future funk producer Yung Bae, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Percussionist Brijean Murphy (Toro Y Moi, Poolside, U.S. Girls), and more.

Thom Yorke, Mourning [A} BLKstar, Danay Saurez, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Chance The Rapper, serpentwithfeet, Rosie Lowe, Brijean, Yung Bae

One of the highlights of the show was new music from the Cleveland collective, Mourning [A] BLKstar. Fronted by RA Washington, the band describes itself as a multi-generational, gender and genre non-conforming amalgam of Black Culture dedicated to servicing the stories and songs of the apocalyptic diaspora.

They recently released their third album “Reckoning,” which is definitely one of my favorite albums of 2019 so far. Sonically, the album is one of the most diverse, unique and defining releases of the year. Their songs conjures up soul and funk artists like Rotary Connection and Funkadelic as well as the experimental production of the late J Dilla and the future sounds of musicians like Flying Lotus and Solange.

Tracklisting

HOUR 1

The Stepkids – “The Art of Forgetting”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Harlem River Drive OG”
BJ the Chicago Kid – “His Pain” feat. Kendrick Lamar
Sarah White – “Fade (JTodd Remix)”
Meakoom & Bare Beats – “Alone”
Thom Yorke – “Impossible Knots”
Taylor McFerrin – “The Antidote” feat. Nai Palm
Jolly Mare & Stephen Bruner – “Vulnerable People” feat. Rudi Zygadlo
Georgia Anne Muldrow – “Bass Attack Bap”
Mayer Hawthorne – “The Game”
Chance The Rapper – “14,400 Minutes”
Danay – “Individual”
Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Souls of Mischief – “There Is Only Now”
serpentwithfeet – “Receipts” feat. Ty Dolla $ign
James Blake – “Unluck”
Saturn Never Sleeps – “Hearts on Fire”

HOUR 2

Jazzanova – “That Night (Vikter Duplaix Remix)”
Brijean – “Show and Tell”
Silk Rhodes – “Face 2 Face”
Seven Davis Jr – “Wild Hearts”
Yung Bae – “You’ve Got Me”
fLako – “Kuku”
Slick Shoota – “Kik”
DJ Rashad – “Get It Shorty”
Africa Hitech – “Out In The Sheets”
Timbah – “Can’t Love Without You (Lean Low Remix)”
Shy FX & T. Power – “Sheets” feat. Noel McCoy
Daedelus – “Fairweather Friend”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Harms”
Rosie Lowe – “How’d You Like It”

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