NYC-based songwriter Elizabeth Devlin has a distinctly haunting style thanks to her use of the autoharp and penchant for unconventional musical structures. We visited Devlin in her Queens studio, where she performed a special new song, inspired by the racial and social unrest in Baltimore, surrounded by artist Natalie Baxter’s “Warm Guns” work.
Featured song: “West Baltimore”
Joyful Noise Recordings is an Indianapolis-based eclectic indie label begun in 2003 by Karl Hofstetter. In this episode, we'll hear a ton of great music from the label's releases, along with an interview with Karl where we cover the label's beginnings, the importance of physical art objects, and how… | listen
Bartees Cox is a songwriter and producer who spent years playing in bands in Brooklyn before making the move to Washington, DC, where his solo project, Bartees Strange, took focus and grew - from an album of reinterpretations of The National’s music to his stunning full-length, genre-bending… | watch
#StopAsianHate! Do we need to say more? Yes, we do—with music & resources. | read