WaveStation playlist for 06/06/2020

Artist Title Album Label Link
Mirel Wagner What Love Looks Like When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day Sub Pop Records
Jenifer Lewis Take Your Knee Off My Neck ~ self-released
Nina Simone I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to be Free Silk & Soul RCA
Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra; Shout, Sister, Shout! I Want A Tall Skinny Papa b/w Shout, Sister, Shout! Decca
Kaia Kater Canyonland Grenades Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Thundercat Fair Chance (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Lil B) It Is What It Is Brainfeeder
The Specials Doesn't Make It Alright The Specials 2 Tone Records
The Gories There But for the Grace of God Go I Outta Here Crypt Records
Delroy Wilson I Want Justice I Want Justice b/w Low Minded Hypocrite Studio One Records
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa Soul Makossa & Lily Fiesta
Konono Nº1 Paradiso Congotronics Crammed Discs
Public Enemy Fight The Power Fear Of A Black Planet Def Jam
Alice Bag Gate Crasher Sister Dynamite In the Red Records
Bad Brains Banned In D.C. S/T self-released
HEDKS Give in to Nothing Turnt Up For What self-released
Special Interest Young, Gifted, Black, in Leather Spiraling Anxious Music
Saul Williams List Of Demands (Reparations) S/T Fader Label
Moor Jewelry Look Alive True Opera self-released
Frank Ocean Cayendo (Side A - Acoustic) single Blonded
Cold Specks Wild Card Fool's Paradise Arts & Crafts
Zaki Ibrahim Dangerous The Secret Life of Planets Zaki Ibrahim
Kae Sun Canary Whoever Comes Knocking MoonShine
TV On The Radio Hours Return To Cookie Mountain Interscope Records
Weaves Scream (feat. Tanya Tagaq) Wide Open (LP) Kanine Records
BOGA Trigger Happy single self-released
KRS-One Sound of da Police Return of the Boom Bap Jive Records
Cadence Weapon & Grandtheft Jackson Pollock (Rap Version) single self-released
TUSH To Darnelladon (and Beyond) Do you feel excited? Do Right!
Azari & III Hungry For The Power ~ Loose Lips
LAL Stand In My Way Find Safety Coax Records
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Amplify Black Voices! This show was put together with songs from across the diaspora, spanning eras, and genres, as WaveStation usually does, with a very specific focus on amplifying melanated voices, and songs about standing up for justice!!!   BLACK LIVES MATTER   Photo: @TrishJewison / Twitter

  • Posted on: 10 June 2020
  • By: melodiiie