New hip-hop, fresh perspectives: Lawrence Burney and the discourse that rap deserves.
True Laurels is more than just a show. It’s a multimedia platform dedicated to providing on-the-ground reporting on local rap and club music scenes, opening up …Read more
Lawrence Burney is joined by two critical music and cultural journalists to talk current events and topics arising in the musicsphere.
House, techno and beyond: Shawn Reynaldo plays the latest electronic offerings.
Every Thursday at 2 PM EST
Just about anything can happen on Bruh.
Every fourth Wednesday of the month at 5 PM EST
The latest hits, classic cuts and Latinx futurism from NYC pal mundo.
Every third Wednesday of the month at 4 PM EST
Bass, riddim and beyond: charting the new frontiers of club music.
Every Tuesday at 2 PM EST
A trip through psychedelic electronics with New York’s renowned party and label.
Every first and third Thursday of the month at 4 PM EST
NYC’s dancehall and reggae authority Max Glazer on the decks.
Every Wednesday at 2 PM EST
Sam Hockley-Smith dives deep into the world of contemporary experimental music.
Every fourth Monday of the month at 2 PM EST
Masaaki Hara searches for the innovators in Japan’s rich musical history.
Every first Monday of the month at 9 AM EST
Abstractions in tone and color: Vladimir Ivkovic probes the weird and wonderful.
Every second Monday of the month at 2 PM EST
Synth wave and DIY tapes: Veronica Vasicka presents pioneering moments in music.
Every third Monday of the month at 2 PM EST
A borderless exploration at the forefront of international sounds.
Every first Wednesday of the month at 4 PM EST
HSS impresario Jackie House burrows into the American dance music underground.
Every fourth Thursday of the month at 4 PM EST
The sharpest mind in hip-hop.
The hottest new music, the best artist interviews and breaking news, every day.
Get up close and personal with pioneers of modern music and sound.
Spanning eras, scenes and styles, Andrew Noz rounds up the very best of hip-hop.
New hip-hop, fresh perspectives: Lawrence Burney and the discourse rap deserves.
We round up the best live sets and recordings from a stellar year.