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June is Black Music Month, on June 26th Rockers is highlighting Dennis Brown.
Produced by King Sound Music, the new Sign Up Riddim features a groovy old school sounding reggae backdrop for three talented MCs. Within it’s tight 3:27 run time, the riddim manages to fit in tracks by Jah Mason, Triston Palmer, and the title track by Rod Taylor, “Sign Up”. The first song, “Selassie I Bless Me”, [...]
West coast native Dom Kennedy blessed us recently when he dropped his new project, The Yellow Album. Dom Kennedy’s laid back style really helps him create great summer time music. The Yellow Album is easy to listen to. The project is perfect to listen to in eighty degree weather while cruising down the street with [...]
A slightly overweight teen and his mom stand at the front of the floor area at the House of Blues, and she was concerned. “Is there going to be shoving?” she asked. “Jumping?” She was not ready for the force of nature that was about to take the stage—Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist and the legendary Swedish [...]
Attention all playgroungoers! If you love to use your imagination, love to do art, or simply enjoy having fun, I have found a new way that will allow you to be creative and learn new things about art without stepping foot into a museum! 2011 Parents’ Choice Silver Honor Award Winner, Hope Harris, has released [...]
June is Black Music Month, on June 25th 889@Night is highlighting Kendrick Lamar.
June is Black Music Month, on June 25th Rockers is highlighting Richie Spice.
What’s the last album you bought where an artist produced and wrote every record? Well, now there’s an artist who knows how to spread his creativity thick without wearing himself thin. Big K.R.I.T. has been making his way into the underground hip-hop world since 2005 and made his presence known by dropping three album-worthy mixtapes, [...]
Each week, 889@Night will recognize local unsigned talent and promote their music on air as well as on our website. We highlight the talented few who got that “fire”. By the end of the week, we let our listeners choose whether they want these artists to be added to constant rotation or not. This week [...]
I’d heard about JEFF The Brotherhood shows from friends, presented as the stuff of mosh pit legend: sweat, crowdsurfing, and a girl who had to be helped out of a show after she dislocated her knee. JEFF is part of a wave of up-and-coming bands who have taken garage rock into a huge resurgence. Groups [...]