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The Portland songwriter’s debut album, Mother of My Children, is out now on Saddle Creek.
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A conversation with the Mixpak producer about her Miami roots, clubbing memories, and her moving debut album, After Hours.
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The Oregon city’s whiter-than-white reputation is down to a deeply racist history, but its black creatives have been challenging the status quo for over a century.
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