Cutting Room Floor uses their collective voice to showcase a model of healing for queer youth navigating love in a world so unwelcoming.
A rapidly growing and innovating underground and indie culture will only involve more global players taking an interest in India’s musician expression.
With over 15 years of professional experience in the music industry, Carlos Mario Kandia (KANDIA) has performed in various Television Reality Shows like The X Factor, and Latin American Idol.
It has been a tough but incredible path for Jose Alvaro Osorio Balvin to make it where he is right now.
Les Amazones d’Afrique is a feminist supergroup whose music is an assertion of power, a declaration to the world.
Musician, songwriter and educator Chris Lee-Rodriguez talks with acclaimed poet Melissa Lozada-Oliva on the Bomb the Music Industry song “Future 86.”
by Sabrina “Souliél” Marcel
ZOOM LENS is traversing life after “netlabel.” The label collective is in its fifth year of materializing a vision as nucleated by founder Meishi Smile.
The people maintaining the vibrant sound and life of EDM are people of color. These spaces are where I got to exist again.
by Asela Lee Kemper
WAYI is able to skillfully encapsulate the only true constant trait of love in her five tracks: that it is ever-changing and dynamic.
by Katixa Espinoza
The Bogota Music Market shows us that music is powerful, that it is something people want for their lives, and that it is something big industries want a piece of.
On their latest record “Mujeres,” Y La Bamba is at the mic, all up front and center.
I see duality as a double-edged sword.
Rock and roll – ROCK AND STOLE.
Instead of siloing Top-40 artists and their resources from the rest of the industry, investing more time and money into fostering local music communities can be a new compelling model for A&R.
Over lush breakbeats and careful instrumentation, Micropixie creates a surreal space where she channels meditations on various social justice issues and “life on Earth.”
Welcome to Molasses.