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The Earth is still turning, but it's also still a hard place to be. Maybe we can check out Mars soon? In the meantime, keep learning and caring about what's happening in the world around you. Music from Fimber Bravo, Kishi Bashi, The Natvral and more.
Let the music keep you going.. Help the world in some way: get vaxxed, fight racism, stand in solidarity with communities in need.
As you will be able to hear in today's ep, my allergies have me all messed up and instead of saying a snapshot in time, I said screenshot in the outro. We live in a technological world, sue me. JK. Please do not. Anyway, we start the show off with Told Slant, who told people on Twitter to listen to his latest album. Since I agree with that, a few tracks to get the show going seemed like a good idea. Also in the mix, Kishi Bashi, Hiss Golden Messenger, Sun June, Lo Talker and more. Also, now taking book recs. Find me on Twitter.
It's my last show for March 2021 aka Women's History Month, so in honor of that, a playlist totally comprised of female artists -- celebrate women now and always
Last week was so not great, I am glad for a new week and new music. Tracks from Young Winona, Born Ruffians, Landlady and more.
Tons of great music today including a track I am super pumped to share, Down On Our Love by Malachi Vereen.
A slightly belated celebration of International Women's Day with a very female heavy playlist.
I'm not sure if it's a birthday or anniversary, but we made it to one year. Thank you to everyone who listens and extra thanks to those who take the time to click through the links I have been sharing since June. A mix a music that I have found through doing this podcast, some newer stuff and old faves. Also, I talk a little bit about the rally to #StopAsianHate that took place this past weekend in New York. As always, I am aiming to provide a jumping off point for the purpose of learning more. Here are some links to read more: Stop AAPI Hate  How You Can Join the Stop Asian Hate Movement
Lots of excellent music on today's show. Also, as mentioned in the show, check out the episode of the Music Meetup featuring Jocelyn Mackenzie. You can also see Jonas Carping performing for BTR Live Studio at home. Here is a helpful list of anti-racist resources as well.
Lots of great music in the mix including Arlo Parks, Libel and Andrew Thoreen. Plus some thoughts on President's Day.
This show marks 50 episodes of Super Superb. To celebrate this milestone, I am playing music that I have loved over the last year. I also share some Valentine's Day thoughts.
It's February now and a bunch of the songs on today's ep are related to time. Time is such a weird thing, sometimes moving super fast, other times moving slowly - no wonder there are some many songs about it. Anyway, tons of great tracks including music from Jordana, Landshapes, Slight Of and Mariya May, Also, as I mention in the show, February is Black History Month. Sign up for the 28 Days of Black History from Anti-Racism Daily.
Tons of new music on today's ep and a bit of a space theme which has actually happened more than once in the short history of Super Superb. Tracks from Molly Burch, Landshapes, Libel and more. Also, as mentioned on the show, I think it's important to recognize the difference between equality and equity. Here are a few links in case you're interested in studying up on it yourself. Equality and Equity  | Equity vs. Equality: What’s the Difference? | Online Racial Equity Workshops Collection by Eventbrite
Maggie shares some of the ups and downs of parenting during the pandemic and acknowledges that even while their family’s basic needs were always met, there has been a lot to balance over the last 10 months.
The inauguration of a new administration in the United States is upon us and that's kind of exciting. It's not exactly the same excitement as a kid on Christmas, but still, I'm looking forward to the change. Lots of music, a block of tunes dedicated to my kids and a shout out to Broken Baby for sharing their track (via Twitter) so that I may share it with all of you. Check out the video for "Manic Panic" also. As mentioned, a follow up list of accounts to follow on insta. Make your scrolling a little more worthy of your time! You can see my original list here. The Conscious Lee Anti-Racism Daily Check Your Privilege The Female Lead So You Want To Talk About ...
The last week has been a bit of a blur -- apparently an attempt to overthrow the government can really cloud the air. Some breathing music this week. Some old standbys as well as some new tracks with more instrumental tracks than usual. Don't forget that while these events were shocking, they should not be considered surprising -- people behaved exactly as Donald Trump has been suggesting they should. The countdown is on until the Biden-Harris Administration is in place. Take a look at the ACLU's To-Do List to hold our new leadership accountable. One good thing to come out of the last week is all the great music that came my way as a result of my call on Twitter. There will be more in the coming weeks but I'm super pumped to share "Heart Aches" by Atlanta-based artist MarCell JB who got in touch right away when I asked for links to new music. You can also see the video here.
A few tracks from each month in 2020 just to get the good music vibes flowing for the new year.