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The Kentucky Democratic primary has gone national.
Pride Month has been an emotional roller coaster this year and the ride isn’t even close to over yet.
Great music this week on the show, most of it pretty new. Open your earholes and enjoy!
It’s difficult not to feel hopeless and overwhelmed during a revolution, but progress is happening.
Chattanooga, Tennessee – based artists are featured on the June edition of Spotlight on the City.
Nana Grizol is an indie folk band based in Athens, Georgia, fronted by Theo Hilton. Their catchy, earnest songs ride the line between folk-punk and indie rock with often playful synths and horns, all tied together by bouncy rhythms underscoring Hilton’s heart-on-the-sleeve honesty. In this “at home” episode the band performs a socially distanced live performance of the song “Autumn.” South Somewhere Else, will be released on June 26 from Arrowhawk Records and Don Giovanni Records. Listen to the audio podcast for an interview with Theo Hilton.
Today’s show features a conversation with Theo Hilton, frontman of Athens, GA band Nana Grizol, along with a socially distanced live performance of the song “Autumn” from the band. Their new album, South Somewhere Else, will be released on June 26 from Arrowhawk Records.
As June rolls in, we are all hoping the sun will cleans us of our woes and our ills.  Lets unite and find peace.  2 hours of tunes and good vibes only.  Catch those rays.
June is African American Music Appreciation Month. Today we will delve into albums from some insanely talented black female artists. While we all continue to fight against oppression and inequality, let’s also support the talented black artists that have forever shaped the music industry.
Black Lives Matter. Visit Bandcamp to purchase music from the artists featured on today’s show, and check out the list of artists and labels who are contributing their proceeds to organizations in support of racial justice. On June 19th, Bandcamp will donate their share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Click to support the artists you’ve heard on today’s show: Maneka Shormey Proper. Zenizen Saint Mela  
Ondubground, Lila Iké and a whole bunch of dub artists and featured guests makes the first Reggae Hour of June 2020 a must listen.  Let’s do it!
It’s an eclectic show to say the least. But there is new music from Seth Walker, RJD2, The New Deal, and Upstate.
Say goodbye to the bad vibes of May, and hello to June where things do a 180 and we are feeling the flow yet again.  Double shots, indie tunes, new stuff! I’m excited, are you?
Isolation is making everyone crazy, but this track will give you a taste of what really living used to feel like.
Prolific producer and songwriter Felicia Douglass is a fierce musical talent, whom you may recognize from her solo project or her work with Gemma, Dirty Projectors, Ava Luna, Baile, and Lip Set. This spring she has collaborated with dozens of artists online, found ways to keep moving while inside, and released several new tracks. This June, she’ll be the featured vocalist on Dirty Projectors new EP, Flight Tower. She recently invited us inside her Brooklyn home for a performance in her music room, along with a conversation with Maia Macdonald. “Ready For Your Miracle” (Felicia Douglass) and “Lose Your Love” (Dirty Projectors) are available now.
Prolific producer and songwriter Felicia Douglass is a fierce musical talent, whom you may recognize from her solo project or her work with Gemma, Dirty Projectors, Ava Luna, Baile, and Lip Set. This spring she has collaborated with dozens of artists online, found ways to keep moving while inside, and released several new tracks. This June, she’ll be the featured vocalist on Dirty Projectors new EP, Flight Tower. She recently invited us inside her Brooklyn home for a performance in her music room, along with a conversation with Maia Macdonald. “Ready For Your Miracle” (Felicia Douglass) and “Lose Your Love” (Dirty Projectors) are available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.