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Today, we turn our focus back to the art originating from Chicago’s South Side, as we take a listen to Desires – Suite in A, the latest EP from AMI.Listen to ‘Desires’
Soul singer Morgan Bosman has teamed up with producer Nik Lizcano on a fresh new single that speaks to the times.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
We have a an ultra-smooth Daily Spinn to start your week, and it’s sure to stick with you long past today — no matter where you decide to roll up.Read more
We love it when genre barriers are broken down, and when styles fuse together so effortlessly.
That’s our way of telling you that we’re fans of Sanya N’Kanta’s work!Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
We’re here to ease you into the week with something mellow and dreamy.Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Cover art: Alec Hudson
“Guess I fell on deaf ears— nobody hears me. Y’all see me cryin’-STNFXCE, “Solow”
And y’all fear me, cuz when you ever seen a black man cry?
Unless he’s begging for his life, he can’t get teary eyed.”
STNFXCE (pronounced Stoneface) is a genre-melding contemporary soul artist from the South Side of Chicago. Despite his name and stoic-by-choice stage presence, his debut EP, STX//stns, is an exercise in vulnerability; one intended to challenge society’s stifling expectations of hypermasculinity among young black men.Listen Now
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If you’re excited for summer — and, like us, longing for the days of human interaction — let us bring you the latest from Nick Black.Stream it I.R.L.
After 10 years and stays in several cities throughout the Northeast, Ben Tyler is ready to reacquaint the world with his musical gifts.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
I’m a reflective person this time of year. And, because we’re at the end of not just a year, but a decade, that notion becomes tenfold.
When looking back on the past ten years, it’s fair to say that the journey has turned out beyond any reasonable prediction.
For me, I never would have predicted that one of its defining moments would have come from listening to my old college radio show, in my bedroom at my parents’ house.Hear My Song of The Decade