Electrical transformer

Trip G’s Trip Wire reveals another dimension of the OKC hip-hop artist.
The third in a trilogy of releases, Trip G’s Trip Wire shows multiple sides of the OKC hip-hop artist’s sound and personality.

X factor

LCG & the X celebrates the release of its debut album at 51st Street Speakeasy.

Eve’s daughter

Singer-songwriter and Highwoman Amanda Shires brings her substantial stories to OKC.
Released in February, Amanda Shires’ “Deciphering Dreams” is an optimistic song about a tragedy.

Cover: Old school

Oklahoma Gazette looks back at four decades of Oklahoma City hip-hop history.
The poster for 1984’s Beat Street promised “the music and breakdance explosion of the summer,” but for Brian Frejo, watching in a Capitol Hill movie theater, what happened after the movie might have been more important than anything on screen.

Cover: Built different

Yes, Jacobi Ryan is probably going to release 52 songs this year.
When we spoke to Jacobi Ryan in March, he was on track to release 52 songs, one for every week, in 2019.

Transcendental arpeggiation

Acoustic duo Rodrigo y Gabriela brings newfound clarity and focus to The Jones Assembly.

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