Massive Attack there’s supposed to be a MP3 download of a tune with Mos Def and Massive attack here. I haven’t found it, but if you do e-mail it to me ok?
Archive for May, 2002
A site dedicated to one of my favorite eras of jazz (1960′s-1970′s) – when Black Power, Hinduism; Yoruba, Santeria, Candomble, Buddhism, Islam and the charismatic forms of African-American Christianity were brought into the fold. I now understand what Jean Carn meant when she sang “Power And Glory”.
Sometimes your first idea isn’t your best. I’m glad some these pitches were killed.
CAAS Music Resource Website
The Center for African-American Studies at the University of Michigan has an extensive archive of Afrodiasporic music from Burundi to Brooklyn by way of Bahia. Check out the Electronic Music section.
The Race in Digital Space, 2.0 organizers are convening a follow-up conference to the successful inaugural conference on the theme of race and new media technologies held last April on the campus of MIT.
David Heagle has spent the past 16 years devoted to creating electronic music. As a 10-year-old boy living in Austin Texas in 1982, he heard Kraftwerk for the first time and began saving his pennies for a cheap analog synthesizer. Now many years later, David is the man. He has launched a micro-label, Genuine Particle, which just put out its first 3 releases all with handmade packaging. Unity Gain 135 W 42nd St (Chashama’s). Beats galore and room to move. Live PA cycle 9pm.
Soul Repairs is the first in a series of science fiction works investigating repair as biological, physical, social activity. Playwright Andrea Hairston focuses on the fluidity of identity and community in the context of repair, while also considering the notion of reparations. Dixon Place at the Vineyard. 309 E. 26th Street at 2nd Avenue. $5.