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Afropunk, Black Diversity, And What Marketers Need To Know

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…ap-Kings (funk); Lianne La Havas and Valerie June (folk); Meshell Ndegeocello (neo-soul); Body Count (thrash metal); punk icons Bad Brains; SZA and Gordon Voidwell (alt R&B); King Britt and Shabazz Palaces (alt hip hop); Tamar–Kali (hard rock); and many more. “The lineups are always of and ahead of their time, and this year might be […]

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SUPPORT IT: Karma Johnson's "Miracle 63" campaign

Another talent on her fundraising grind.

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Detroit's Black Women Rock Weekend

Dopeness in the D this weekend, spearheaded by @jessicacaremoor.  First, a tribute to funk diva Betty Davis featuring Tamar-Kali, Imani Uzuri, Steffanie Christi'an and Marcia Jones:   On Sunday, there's a master class with many of these artists that focuses on inspiring young women to define their own terms of participation in the music industry. […]

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FREE DOWNLOAD: presents The Getaway


…d send me a note, and I can get you a .wav file that will be over 800MB. Here’s the track listing. Goes without saying, but if you like what you hear, support these artists. Blind – Game Rebellion Warrior Bones – Tamar–kali So What Am I (Sunday Night Res) – Res Shooting Holes – […]

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UPCOMING: Kimberly Nichole and Shabazz Palaces at Weeksville–July 17


Check out this week’s lineup at Weeksville. Music starts at 6pm, which should give you plenty of time to recover from rockin’ out Friday at Tamar–kali’s show. This show should be subtitled “Seattle in the house,” since both artists are either from there or based there. Kimberly Nichole is becoming known as the “puffy haired […]

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UPCOMING: BRC Orchestra's tribute to Odetta, Miriam, Eartha, and Abbey

Sunday, August 23 at 4PM, that's when! The Black Rock Coalition proudly pays tribute to four powerful forces, taking inspiration from monumental performances in each of their careers and honoring women from across the entire African Diaspora, featuring Jayne Cortez, Tamar-Kali, Abena Koomson, Alkebulan, and others. Curated by Latasha N. Nevada Diggs; musical direction by […]

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Weekend preview: The Queen’s Daughters @ Manhattan Center

OK, so the weekend’s already upon us. But, if you’re still keeping your options open for Saturday night, here’s one much-buzzed about event that you should consider. This show is a power-packed tribute to the original all-girl, Black rock group, Labelle. Saturday May 10th The Manhattan Center & Ubiquita NYC Proudly Present:The Queen’s Daughters Tribute […]

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Weekend Preview: Restoration Rocks Festival

I sometimes say that Brooklyn is Black rock, and a weekend like this one coming up just proves my point.  Saturday afternoon, the place to be is going to be Restoration Plaza for the Restoration Rocks Festival, a celebration of the community development center’s 40th anniversary.  Organizing the festival is Brian Tate who is, among […]

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Weekend Music: BRC Series and URB ALT Festival Begins

The BRC begins its June/Black Music Month Friday series tonight at Symphony Space.  There series is "Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll" and it explores the roots of rock music.  The lineups are as follows: June 8Katreese Barnes and Krystle Warren June 15Tamar-Kali & Earth Driver June 22BRC All-Star Tribute to James Brown (a reprise of this […]

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Listening Post: Faith–"Delicate"


…check them out. In fact, even if you have to travel out of your way, they’re worth the effort. I just saw them a few weeks ago at Southpaw here in Brooklyn, and they were on a bill with Shrine for the Black Madonna and Tamar–Kali. After all, what’s not to like about a band […]

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