When Kamasi Washington released his tour de force LP, The Epic, in 2015, it set him on a path as our generation’s torchbearer for progressive, improvisational music. The 172-minute odyssey featuring his 10-piece band, The Next Step, is rich in elements of hip-hop, classical and R&B music.
In It’s All Relative, Jacobs, an experimental journalist, chronicles his adventure in helping to build the World Family Tree—a quest to unite the entire human race in one all-encompassing family tree.
with Nathan Moore
Originally based out of Boston, the brothers spent the bulk of the 1990s touring with the Slip before calling it quits in 2004. Upon relocating to Montreal, the duo hooked up with classically trained harpist Sarah Page and began operating under the Barr Brothers moniker.
Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, the authors of the POLITICO Playbook daily newsletter, go live with this extended version of the Playbook Audio Briefing. They’ll take you behind the scenes on Capitol Hill and share everything to know to make sense of Washington leading up to mid-term elections.
For women in their 20s and 30s
Sara Polon, a former comedienne and the owner of the locally based and locally sourced soup company Soupergirl, speaks to Rabbi Suzy about how to stay healthy and satiated this winter.