12 Search Results for Tag: New York

The Madhattan Club

Music from a fictional nightclub in 80’s downtown NY, featuring artists like: SAULT • Grace Jones • Tom Tom Club • Patti Smith • Depeche Mode • Violent Femmes • Cabaret Voltaire • Madonna

Maggie Is Napping – One Of Them

A quiet, mellow, contemplative piece – complete with soothing Owl hoots – that wrapped my psyche in a warm acoustic blanket and gave me the gentle encouragement I needed.
Maggie is Napping - One of Them

Made For Her — a playlist by Shaun Johnson • powered by musicto

Find your inspiration to exceed with Shaun Johnson and his Big Band Experience. Featuring artists like: Dolly Parton • Alabama Shakes • Michael Buble • Cecile McLoren Salvant • Dave Barnes • Cody Fry • Shaun Johnson & the Big Band Experience

Let Me Fly – DMX

One degree of separation between me, my grandmother, and DMX

Infiltrate – Cappadonna

Step back in time to the Boom Bap era, where lyricism was the foundation or rap. Throw up your W’s!

Living for the City – Stevie Wonder

Inspired in part by the fatal shooting in New York of a ten-year-old black boy by a white plain-clothes policeman, the audacious centrepiece of Stevie Wonder’s experimental 1973 album was a seven-and-a-half-minute meditation on the brutality of black America: Living for the City

Living for the City - Stevie Wonder - from the album Innervisions

Do What You Like – Phenomenal Handclap Band

While the country seems stuck in the 70’s with our backwards race relations and anti-fascist power struggles, might as well jam to some Space Disco…

Parade – Pretty Girls Make Graves

Taken from the third and final album by Seattle band Pretty Girls Make Graves in 2006, Parade is a jubilant marching song for the emancipation of the workers, a chant to the insistent and uplifting rhythm of two drum kits, brought to life by way of a long-lost 20th Century American playwright whose promising career was stymied by pernicious political paranoia…

Confirmation Bias – The Sleeping Tongues

With the staccato delivery of Devo’s Girl U Want and the irresistibly sleazy riffing of The Knack’s My Sharona, Sleeping Tongues mix pop and pop psychology on Confirmation Bias, a song that tells you that you’re only reading this because you expect to agree with what it says…

Confirmation Bias – The Sleeping Tongues

Call Me Baby – Charlotte Morris

Enough is enough. This anthem for the Time’s Up generation draws on a lifetime of catcalls and vulgar remarks from men who treat women like sexual objects. And this is the moment when one woman can’t take any more. “I’m a strong resilient woman who knows how to kick your ass in,” warns New York singer-songwriter Charlotte Morris. “So call me baby one more time and then we’ll see who’s walking away laughing”…