Roots Week – New York City’s ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) was first launched in 1985 by founder and director B. George. In its humble beginnings, the ARC existed in George’s 800 square foot third story walkup in Tribeca. It held 47,000 sound recordings at the time, accumulated by George throughout his work as a DJ, producer, and author.
Dominic Lavoie is a Portland, Maine-based songwriter, musician, and producer, who’s been active in the music scene for over a decade. Here, he joins us from his one studio, Shabby Load, to share a… | watch
One for the flow, two for the voice, three for the lyrics and Georgia-based MC Ke Turner is top choice. Ke Turner and her dj, Dj RedHanded, play no games on the performance level. RedHanded on the… | watch