This version of the band is less gritty and angry then back in the ’90s, but it is still identifiably anarchistic.
As we emerge from the pandemic, Rostam’s Changephobia strikes the right healing notes for fatigued ears.
“I don’t believe that there has been a stronger advocate for local music than Jeff Breeze. Nobody cared more about local music than him — nobody.”
The Sri Lankan rapper’s outspoken support for refugees — the focus of her 2016 album — remains relevant as the United States and the rest of the world continue to grapple with immigration reform.