1 hr 6 min

The Dap Project Conversation with Adrian Loving & Jamil Hamilton The Dap Project

    • Society & Culture

The subject of music emerges in every dap conversation, possibly because dap itself is rhythmic: the beat of coming in, the sounds of hands clasping, then snapping, the step back and smile (or nah, depending). DJs and long-term friends Jamil Hamilton and Adrian Loving know music well, and that we need it now more than ever. Our conversation begins in Far Northeast DC — “over by the Shrimp Boat” — blossoms at The Mecca (Howard University), and lands on the turntables in perfect time.

SHOW NOTES

Washington Ghosts: Former Record Stores of Georgetown
https://dcist.com/story/14/01/29/washington-ghosts-former-record-sto/

BEATS, RECORD BINS, AND RETAIL LIFE: A TOWER RECORDS APPRECIATION
https://nmbx.newmusicusa.org/beats-record-bins-and-retail-life-a-tower-records-appreciation/

Hadiya Williams’ World of Expressive Ceramics and Deft Design
https://www.printmag.com/post/hadiya-williams-world-of-expressive-ceramics-and-deft-design

Sam “the Man” Burns: Tribute
https://washingtoncitypaper.com/article/176046/sam-the-man-burns-19572020/

Vogue Enlists Black Artists Kerry James Marshall and Jordan Casteel to Paint History-Making September Covers
https://theglowup.theroot.com/vogue-enlists-black-artists-kerry-james-marshall-and-jo-1844846319

How ‘Bloods’ Brought the Stories of Black Vietnam Veterans Out of the Darkness
https://www.theringer.com/2020/6/11/21287158/bloods-wallace-terry-da-5-bloods-book-dead-presidents

“Resurrection,” Common
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmOd0GKuztE

“Wildfires,” Sault
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRC4Ac6IB1w

“Dancing into the Stars,” Leroy Burgess
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wf3eSxxmd8

The subject of music emerges in every dap conversation, possibly because dap itself is rhythmic: the beat of coming in, the sounds of hands clasping, then snapping, the step back and smile (or nah, depending). DJs and long-term friends Jamil Hamilton and Adrian Loving know music well, and that we need it now more than ever. Our conversation begins in Far Northeast DC — “over by the Shrimp Boat” — blossoms at The Mecca (Howard University), and lands on the turntables in perfect time.

SHOW NOTES

Washington Ghosts: Former Record Stores of Georgetown
https://dcist.com/story/14/01/29/washington-ghosts-former-record-sto/

BEATS, RECORD BINS, AND RETAIL LIFE: A TOWER RECORDS APPRECIATION
https://nmbx.newmusicusa.org/beats-record-bins-and-retail-life-a-tower-records-appreciation/

Hadiya Williams’ World of Expressive Ceramics and Deft Design
https://www.printmag.com/post/hadiya-williams-world-of-expressive-ceramics-and-deft-design

Sam “the Man” Burns: Tribute
https://washingtoncitypaper.com/article/176046/sam-the-man-burns-19572020/

Vogue Enlists Black Artists Kerry James Marshall and Jordan Casteel to Paint History-Making September Covers
https://theglowup.theroot.com/vogue-enlists-black-artists-kerry-james-marshall-and-jo-1844846319

How ‘Bloods’ Brought the Stories of Black Vietnam Veterans Out of the Darkness
https://www.theringer.com/2020/6/11/21287158/bloods-wallace-terry-da-5-bloods-book-dead-presidents

“Resurrection,” Common
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmOd0GKuztE

“Wildfires,” Sault
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRC4Ac6IB1w

“Dancing into the Stars,” Leroy Burgess
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wf3eSxxmd8

1 hr 6 min

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