Despite the sad losses of Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley, the soulful label shows no signs of slowing down.
In which the Afrobeat veterans condemn the exploitation of indigenous communities.
As protests loom, musicians find themselves playing for their rights and a scene’s survival.
Music takes a backseat to good vibes and communal celebration.
Byrne himself also makes an appearance to perform “God’s Army” with a marching band.
Pulp’s Steve Mackey and Antibalas will also join the band on the road.
Featuring members of Wilco, Blitzen Trapper, Delta Spirit, and more.
Featuring members of Wilco, Furthur, Delta Spirit, CYHSY, and more.
A star-studded cover of Fela Kuti’s “Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am”.
The Roots, TV on the Radio, and Solange headline The National-curated festival.
Six songs, 45 minutes, and zero respite.