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The Music That Meant The Most To Us in 2020

AdHoc’s best 20 albums and songs of 2020. 

21 BIPOC Photographers and Videographers to Commission Your Band Portraits, Music Videos, and More

Here’s a list of photographers and videographers of color interested in collaborating with you on music-related promotional and creative content.

Relief Resources for the Black Community

A growing list of national and New York-based resources that support the Black community.

Brooklyn is Burning Director A.F. Cortes on Heading Straight Into The Fire

AdHoc spoke with the director about how he hopes to capture the unity of the Brooklyn music scene at a time when the pandemic threatens to extinguish it for good.

Anjimile’s Hard-Won Optimism

Anjimile on his debut album, spirituality, and Aretha Franklin.

Laraaji On Finding Joy Among Chaos

“I have the right to be joyful. It is legitimate joy. It is eternally my right to access my infinite bliss wherever I am.”

The End Is Just The Beginning on Oceanator’s ‘Things I Never Said’

Elise Okusami channels sci-fi’s greatest thinkers on the debut album for her solo project.

21 BIPOC Visual Artists to Commission Your Gig Posters, Album Art, and More

We’ve assembled a list of genreless designers and illustrators of color to collaborate with for all your music-related visual needs.

What Does Partying Look Like In A Pandemic?

AdHoc spoke with four venues about how they are using live-streaming to keep the party going during the pandemic.

Dehd’s Flowers of Devotion

The Chicago trio’s sophomore record is a spacious, self-assured follow-up to their 2019 debut.

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