Soul dynamo Charles Bradley is one of those rare talents that’s sorely needed in this world. A man whose voice screams heartache and pain but also, hope. And the promise of such hope is the […]Tags: Charles Bradley, Diego Martinez, Dunham Records, Funk, Motown, music, music videos, Soul, The Wild Magazinem, video.
Don’t let the name fool you, Deptford Goth isn’t the name of a dark rock/metal band, it is actually the moniker of a solo music maker based in south London (Peckham, not Deptford), whose songs […]Tags: analogue, ART, Deptford Goth, digital, electronic, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, London, monochrome, music, Producer, R&B, singer, Soul, The Wild Magazine, The xx, UK, video
You’ve got to know by now that we are huge fans of Mr. Frank Ocean here at The WILD. It’s been a breakout year for Ocean, and well-deserved. His soul and sincerity has won him […]Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Frank Ocean, Hip-Hop, music, New Track, Outkast, R&B, Rap, Soul, The Wild Magazine
Welcome to Astro’s The Dance Clubb. This venue seems like the place to go, if you’re looking for fun times in Americus, Georgia. Astro’s doesn’t look particularly flashy and may not be on the international […]Tags: Americus, amsterdam, anonymous, club, dancing, donuts, drinking, Funk, Georgia, Holland, Joseph Johnson, limousine, motorbike, music, netherlands, party, pineapple, review, Soul, The Child of Lov, The Wild Magazine, video
Long-time collaborators Talib Kweli and Res are currently working together under their Idle Warship project name. With a feature on the soundtrack of RZA’s forthcoming The Man With the Iron Fists movie, the duo is getting […]Tags: (RED), Beatifully Bad, choreography, Hip-Hop, Idle Warship, Joseph Johnson, martial arts, Res, RZA, singer, Soul, soundtrack, Talib Kweli, The Man With The Iron Fists, The Wild Magazine
Suzi Analogue + Tokimonsta = Analogue Monsta. These two awesome individuals have joined forces to create a soulful side project that is a real breath of fresh air. There’s a lot of moody R&B out […]Tags: Analogue Monsta, conversion theory, Erykah Badu, Hip-Hop, Jill Scott, Joseph Johnson, music, R&B, review, Soul, Suzi Analogue, The Wild Magazine, Tokimonsta
WHO: Sayori Wada. Artist, illustrator/designer. WHERE: Tokyo Whats on her mind today: Same sex marriage is finally legal in my second home, NY! What she is currently working on: At work, one of the things […]Tags: Afro-beat, Anne of Green Gables, Cuban, Hip-Hop, House, Japan, Jazz, Jean-Michel Basquiat, London, Marine de la Morandiere, NY, Paris, Rock, Sayori Wada, Soul, The Wild Magazine, Tokyo, Tokyu Hands, Tony Shafrazi, WILD PROFILES
Many people thought the Supremes were over and done when little old Diane Ernestine Ross walked out on them in January 1970 to start her illustrious solo work. That wasn’t exactly the case. Even with […]Tags: Diana Ross, Diego Martinez, Let Yourself Go, Mary Wilson, Motown, music, R&B, Scherrie Payne, Soul, The Final Sessions, The Supremes, The Wild Magazine