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New WP includes: Blondie, SZA, Onyx, Raekwon (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx), Robert Crumb, Harvey Mason, Marsha Ambrosius, Eddy Senay, Budos Band, Taylor McFerrin, Fatim...
Not everyone fits in with the mainstream. Some are born to be different. They are misfits, individualists, outsiders, and eccentrics that let their freak flags fly....
Like a highly trained Shaolin monk, this issue has many styles. And many of our featured artists are masters and leaders of their respective styles and movements. A...
Wax Poetics Issue 52 celebrates the individual. Cover 1: Sade b/w Flying Lotus. Cover 2: Lenny Kravitz b/w Dam-Funk. Features on Betty Wright, Roller Boogie, Gary ...
Includes Earth, Wind & Fire / Ramsey Lewis / Bobby Womack / Lamont Dozier / Roy C / Solomon Burke / Billy Ocean / Dennis Coffey and much more!
re:Discovery Bill Withers, Egle Martin, United States Navy Port Authority Soul Band, James Spaulding, Bennie Maupin
re:Discovery Tito Ramos, Curtis Mayfield, Joi, Jeff Redd, D.J. Rogers
re:Discoverey Jimmy Spicer, Vicious Beat Posse, Just Ice, Mixmaster Gee and the Turntable Orchestra, Spyder D
re:Discovery Resume, Scorpio, Tyrone and Carr, Eduardo Mateo and El Kinto Conjunto (and Friends), Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
With bright colors for summer heat, Wax Poetics 29 blasts into the funky avant-garde with Herbie Hancock and his Mwandishi band, written by producer Kirk Degiorgio....
Al Green gave us some time over the Easter holidays to reminisce about his long career and his recent comeback album, spearheaded by Questlove, James Poyser, and Ri...
Funk diva (and Miles muse) Betty Davis and Bay Area rapper Too Short did things their way; the former suffered the consequences, the latter reaped the benefits. WP ...