"Lift Every Voice and Sing" has been embedded in black America's DNA for more than 100 years. We've sung it every February ever since Black History Month was a thing, and every December since Kwanzaa was a thing.
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Saint Mela's "The Bends" translates as a loose-limbed, sunshine anthem with real depth that'll leave you with a warm, fuzzy feeling for a long time after.
The Wood Brothers found their musical potential together after years of separation, joining their subtly distinct experiences and passions to make the kind of fusion they dreamed of.
Mirah has often embraced a DIY ethos that suggested experimentation and working with found materials. On Understanding, she goes much further out into the sonic stratosphere.
Macy Gray is sprightly, wistful and even rapturous, but depending on the song and the sentiments, she can turn her charm into a weapon, cut like a knife and even twist it with glee.
With a recently unearthed tape from 1964, a curious project from one of rock and roll's unsung musical heroes, Lee Hazlewood, sees the light of day.
Sydney Wright's "Underwater" is a sophisticated and dazzling indie pop song imbued with an '80s rock sensibility from her debut album Seiche.
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