Toronto-native Mustafa performed at the incredibly gorgeous St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights for his NYC debut.
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.
AdHoc spoke with four venues about how they are using live-streaming to keep the party going during the pandemic.
Let everything from Catalonian rock and Ethiopian instrumentals play as you become better attuned to the world and yourself.
We’ve pulled together a genreless list of black musicians you should support as they navigate this hostile industry.
The Canadian-Colombian experimental artist’s latest album sees her ascend to new heights by being unapologetically herself.
Featuring The Garden, Pussy Riot, Raveena, Half Waif, Hockey Dad, Tall Juan, Dan Deacon, and art by Nicole Rifkin.
The multi-talented singer-songwriter shares the video for “Commuter Rage,” the searing lead single off her forthcoming album, When You Found Forever.
On the label’s ten year anniversary, AdHoc sits down with founder Trevor Peterson for a retrospective on the label’s off-kilter psychedelic sound.