This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from Philadelphia’s own American poet, musician, and activist… Moor Mother and her new single, “Obsidian” that features Pink Siifu. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Obsidian – Moor Mother, featuring Pink Siifu
“Obsidian” is the brand new release off of the Black Encyclopedia of the Air album from the Philly based underground electronic, lofi, afro-futurist rap star, known as Moor Mother, with an assist from rapper Pink Siifu.
“Petals” is a prime example of 60s psychedelic rock meets 70s disco from this emerging Chicago based artist.
Established Danish electronic producer, trentemøller enlists the talents of Tricky to create a deeply moody and
intimate experience with his new track, “No One Quite Like You.”
“Good Sense” is an exciting new R & B debut from the emerging Virginia born, Baltimore based songstress, MYEA.
Melbournes, Australia’s 30/70 return with a hot and heavy surprise single, “Tastes Like Freedom”. Emotive, intimate and provoking a radical sensuality. Brilliant!