Brooklyn-based multipotentialite Jonathan Richetts is many things, but on his debut EP Culdesac Vol. 1: Wildboy, he’s something a little unfamiliar — the star of his own story.
As the Korean music industry continues to gain limelight, journalists and fans must do the work to highlight and analyze its most intriguing releases.
It’s been a tumultuous year for all, but Broward-born producer HUSH FORTE has rolled with the punches, finding a new home, a new vision, and a new voice – his own.
‘ALETHEIA’S CALLING,’ the debut EP of Franco-Cameroonian artist and philosopher Dirtsa, is a bridge between cultures, ideas and sounds. Pulling from Greek and modern philosophy, the project is a duality of contrasting and complementary R&B and drill sounds. We spoke with Dirtsa about the truths she uncovered in its making.
In his first show since lockdown, Kevin George enthralls a crowd with old hits and brand new songs from his 2021 EP, ‘Everybody’s in My Ear.’ CentralSauce speaks to KG about the new project and films the show in Brooklyn.
CentralSauce returns to our Inside the Show series! In this multimedia project, we explored Afro Carnival. Headlined by WizKid, the yearly festival celebrates the similarities and differences of cultures within the African diaspora.
Through rhythm and surrealism, Adam Wright uses animation to bring music to life, putting poetry in motion. CS’ Ryan Gaur sat down with the accomplished animator to talk style, substance and the spaces in between.
Taken from the prefix meaning “of all things,” Kevin Holliday’s ‘OMNI’ is an all-encompassing multi-genre EP that escapes from the serious. Funk grooves and indie-rock strings underpin a croon that positions Holliday as a romantic with a punk facade.
Sparsely populated with gentle acoustics that wraps even the saddest sentiments in a comforting glow, ‘everything’s going to be alright’ by Hoosh is a melancholy retrospective on the nomadic vocalist and songwriter’s changing conceptualization of home. It’s a tale of aspirations and opportunity costs that ends in a seismic shifting of person.
Àdá Irin and Song of Sage are albums paved by Navy Blue’s ties to spirituality. Ryan Gaur explores how, through glory on one album to despair on the next, Navy’s faith defines his worldview.