An album from a woman who has seen love in all its colors and lived to tell about it
The Houston MC on the scene’s “flirtatious relationship between hip-hop and rock”.
Cuz we know you were wonderin’ what these young women sound like. Well, wonder no more
m4s0n501 Just when we thought we had Houston figured out. Meet Sydnee Jane and the Jane-ettes. Vanity 6 meets the Supremes, anyone?
Sounding the claxon for a more united black alt scene in Texas.
ATTENTION BLACK ROCKERS: We're about to do it again… Next week, we'll start accepting submissions for the Black Rock Coalition's 25th Anniversary release, 'Rock 'n' Roll Reparations, Vol. 2.' So pick out two of your most progressive, genre-bending, world-ain't-ready songs and keep your ear to the ground… Request more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the first of what I expect will be many dispatches from the East Bay, courtesy of blogger Sierra McClain, who regularly laces her readers with reviews, interviews, commentary and other musical treats over at WithANameLikeSierra.com. You can also follow her on Twitter @sierrainthecity. — Rob The most common, apparent and abundant trait […]
The Black Rock Coalition, launching its 25th year of being nation’s premier support 501c3 nonprofit for alternative music artists of color, will present a fundraising concert on the behalf of pioneering Parliament-Funkadelic graphic designer Pedro Bell on Saturday, January 2. The concert, “Miracle for a Maggot: Funkraiser for P-Funk Graphic Artist Pedro Bell” will feature […]