My radio show Signal Boost on WRFL serves late night vibes of indie rock, pop, R&B, and electronic music, amplifying women, nonbinary, and queer artists. You can listen to the show live or anytime and get streaming playlists here.
Showing your support for the Black Lives Matter movement is good, but that alone is not enough. The movement requires concrete action, and that involves money or time. Here are some ways you can take action now for Black lives.
If you’re wondering what my show Signal Boost on WRFL is all about, this is the place to be. I did a Q&A for WRFL’s “Meet the DJs” series, and in it, you can learn everything you’d want to know about me and my show.
Nisha Asnani is a multi-genre (pop, R&B, hip-hop) indie artist and rising star. In this long-form interview for my show Signal Boost on WRFL, we discuss her life and career and her perspectives on gender, queerness, sexuality, ethnicity and nationality as they intersect with the music industry and society right now.
The end of another year (and decade!) has passed, which means it’s time for me to serve up another curated, eclectic playlist of the tracks and albums I loved the most. Look back at 2019 with me here in this signature special feature.
TC & RED: LIVE is the world’s only annual podcast, where our hosts get together once at the end of each year to unwind and discuss the most memorable pieces of music, entertainment, and culture from the year that was.
Late night TV has undergone a transformation in recent years as viewers seek catharsis after each new day of unending horror from the White House. But as most shows evolved to speak to the moment, one got left behind.
For my 16th consecutive year of reviewing my favorite music, I’m bringing you another curated, eclectic playlist that winds its way through the new tracks and albums I loved. Look back at 2018 with me in this signature special feature.
It can be easy to overthink how to speak about gender or write language that’s inclusive of transgender people—but it’s even easier to get it right. In this quick take, a deceptively simple solution hides in plain sight on an Apple website.