The finest moments from Barry White’s go-to arranger.
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The strange and essential albums before Hancock’s smash record, Head Hunters.
Mark Jenkins on a show the likes of which we’ll likely never see again: A hardcore band’s protest concert in front of the White House.
Andy Thomas showcases some of the jazz label’s finest moments.
Now-Again’s Egon on the delicate process of unearthing records from a mostly forgotten Atlanta soul music hero.
The behind-the-scenes story of the baffling, semi-autobiographical, financial disaster of an album from an American original.
The techno producer talks for the first time about his seminal collaboration with Joey Beltram.
The Tokyorkshire producer provides a selection of favorites from the RBMA Radio archive.
The young Chicago hip hop duo talk about their post-drill sound.
A tribute to one of the longest running freeform radio shows in the United States.
We chart a course through the improvisational guitarist’s enormous discography.
Anthony Obst catches up with the affiliate-averse lyricist.
Red Bull Music Academy presents the Internet’s most relaxing website.
How it feels to be a fan of the mercurial R&B crooner.
Not gangsta. Not flashy. Bushwick’s underground hip hop scene was caught in the middle. Phillip Mlynar tells the story of Da Beatminerz, The Arsonists and more.
Louis Pattison explains the backstory behind the infamous Factory Records sandpaper cover sleeve, and how one man tried to recreate it.
Fed up with dancehall’s focus on sex and guns, Luciano and others brought rasta values back to the fore throughout the ’90s.
A guide to the label devoted to unearthing great music from the likes of William Onyeabor, Tom Zé and more.
At a moment when music’s political value seems like a thing of the past, hip hop in Mali is at the center of a discussion about democracy, globalisation and tradition.
The Beastie Boys’ go-to studio engineer recalls the making of a crossover hit.