Leikeli47 played a six-song Tiny Desk Concert for NPR on Monday.
The latest single from Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah’s forthcoming Ancestral Recall is a hypersyncopated attempt to capture cubism through rhythm.
Tracks we love this week include Billie Eilish's "wish you were gay," Carly Rae Jepson's "Now That I Found You," Deem Spencer's "how beautiful," and more.
Phony Ppl performed material from their first two albums when visiting NPR recently.
Cinematic drones, and literary whisperings saturate King Midas Sound's mix, that sounds from another dimension.
Grammy nominated South African artist Sjava talks about pushing through cultural prejudice and the creative struggles of being signed.
The acclaimed trumpeter tells a story through songs from women like Georgia Anne Muldrow, Oumou Sangare, and Anais Mitchell.
Listen to Toro Y Moi's newly released single "Ordinary Pleasure."
Kamasi Washington's new film will be inspired by his latest album Heaven and Earth.
Visual artist and musician Lonnie Holley delivers a FADER Mix that includes his own work, Ethiopian jazz, Bon Iver, classic blues, and much more.
Montreal-based improv collective Kalmunity has been giving the city's creative Black community a space to thrive for 15 years.