Filed under: Music | Tags: Black Up, easy street records, NPR Music, shabazz palaces
The highly anticipated new album from Shabazz Palaces Black Up releases on June 28, but haven’t you waited long enough Seattle? Once again, NPR Music has got your back and Black Up is streaming free as part of their exclusive First Listen program. As you queue up the album, make sure you have plenty of time and space to dedicate to the intergalactic grooves and danceable rhythms of Seattle’s Shabazz Palaces. The lyrical stylings of Ishmael Butler are infectious and profound, but can pack a fierce punch and parental advisory is suggested. Be sure to catch Shabazz at the Queen Anne Easy Street Records for a free and all-ages album release party in-store performance on June 28.
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