No Need for Alarm – A Wax Poetics Podcast

 
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Original photo: "A Boy in Front of the Loews 125th Street Movie Theater," 1976, printed 2005. © Dawoud Bey. Courtesy of Art Institute of Chicago.

Original photo: “A Boy in Front of the Loews 125th Street Movie Theater,” 1976, printed 2005. © Dawoud Bey. Courtesy of Art Institute of Chicago.

 

For the inaugural edition of the Wax Poetics Podcast, hosts David Ma and Nate LeBlanc interview Del the Funky Homosapien about his classic 1993 sophomore album No Need for Alarm, which celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary this year.

The podcast, which was recorded at Del’s home studio in the Bay Area, features the exclusive track “Smoked-Out Charlie,” a recording made circa 1991 to ‘92 from Del’s archives.

Look for more, upcoming Wax Poetics Podcasts, where we deep-dive into albums and artists on the Wax Poetics spectrum.

David Ma is a veteran music journalist whose work has appeared in Wax Poetics, The Source, The Guardian, Pitchfork, Ego Trip, Redbull Music Academy, Rolling Stone, Okayplayer, and others.

Nate LeBlanc records, edits, and produces podcasts. He’s worked on Dad Bod Rap Pod, a podcast with past guests Roxanne Shante, Elzhi, Camp Lo, Easy Mo Bee, Blockhead, Traxamillion, and others including authors within the rap spectrum. He’s also written for Passion of the Weiss and Nerdtorious.com.

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