Ben Zaidi, “a poet songmaker producing music out of bedrooms in Seattle and Brooklyn," and WHRB alumn, talks about his craft. Read More >
WHRB Spoke with visionary techno DJ Daniel Avery— on his new album Song for Alpha, and the spark into his electro-psychedelic world. Though UK-based, Daniel chatted with us in Boston before his return to Middlesex Lounge after writing his name in the Make It New stone tablets two years ago. Sound writings are in reference to his most recent release, Song For Alpha, which came out this past Friday April 10. Read More >
Step rashly into AJ Suede's world of grit, of clenched teeth and white knuckles, and it might just rip you apart. The Seattle-based rapper, producer, and nascent tattooer has a knack for making music that is at once unfiltered yet collected. He has released more than twenty projects on Bandcamp since 2012, and shows no signs of hitting the brakes. Read More >
WHRB sat down with Korean-born Tokyo-based machìna to explore the merging of sound palettes, forward-trekking improvisation, and creative revolution.
In March 2017, WHRB DJ Alasdair MacKenzie chatted with Jessica, Emily, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor, the three singer-songwriter sisters who comprise The Staves. They discussed the Staves’ songwriting and recording
We spoke to electronic music innovator Carl Craig about his forward-pushing collaborations with like-minded future creators, bringing dance music to full orchestra and back in his 2017 release 'Versus' and its
While grizzled hip hop fans lament the decline of lyricism in hip hop, Medhane is refining his craft and bucking expectations with the poise of an athlete jogging through warm ups.