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Love Jawns: A Mixtape
7 minutes | 4 months ago
Big Wash Mini-Mix
A special collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum inspired by Jonathan Lyndon Chase's "Big Wash" exhibition opening in January 2021. Featuring poetry by JONATHAN LYNDON CHASE & JAMAL RASHAD. Spun by VINCE ANTHONY.
9 minutes | 7 months ago
A special collaboration with #VoteThatJawn, an initiative that aims to bring 18-year-olds and other first-time voters to the polls. Featuring Philly Youth Poet Laureates MIA CONCEPCION, CYDNEY BROWN & WES MATTHEWS in response to Walt Whitman’s poem “Election Day: November 1884.” Spun by VINCE ANTHONY.
26 minutes | 10 months ago
An extended Juneteenth mix featuring freedom songs by QUINCY SCOTT JONES, HUSNAA HASHIM, NOOR IBN NAJAM, JASMINE L. COMBS, KAI DAVIS, ASHLEY DAVIS, TRAPETA B. MAYSON & YOLANDA WISHER. Spun by VINCE ANTHONY.
12 minutes | a year ago
Special mini-mix featuring poet & comic book author QUINCY SCOTT JONES & current Philadelphia Poet Laureate TRAPETA B. MAYSON. Spun by VINCE ANTHONY.
20 minutes | a year ago
Two Stops Early
Featuring MIA CONCEPCION, 2019-2020 Philadelphia Youth Poet Laureate + NOOR IBN JABAM, a poet who teases, challenges, breaks & creates language + poet, performer & educator DENICE FROHMAN. Spun by Detroit-born, Philly-based DJ A-LIST. “Two Stops Early” is a phrase from Denice Frohman’s poem “A Queer Girl’s Ode to the Piragüero.” This episode concludes The Second Jawn.
21 minutes | a year ago
Some Very Important Chisme
Featuring MERCEDEZ HOLTRY, poet, writer, mentor, and Chicana feminist + META SARMIENTO, Filipino rapper and poet born and raised in Guam who now calls Denver, CO home + TOLUWANIMI OBIWOLE, a Nigerian multi-disciplinary artist, organizer, and healer. Spun by MERCURII AKA TOLUWA OBIWOLE. “Some Very Important Chisme” is a line from Mercedez Holtry’s poem “Chisme and Lavender Carmel Coffee.”
17 minutes | a year ago
How Do You Kill A Blank Page
Featuring SHAM-E-ALI NAYEEM, poet, artist & public interest lawyer + WARREN LONGMIRE, writer, software engineer & educator + BETHLEHEM ROBERSON, known as a vocussionist, fusing vocals with body percussion. Spun by VINCE ANTHONY, a singer-songwriter, producer & music educator. “How Do You Kill a Blank Page” is a phrase from Warren Longmire’s poem “Zoom Links.”
25 minutes | a year ago
That's Another Whole Story
Featuring Brooklyn-born interdisciplinary poet & sound artist TRACIE MORRIS + QUINCY SCOTT JONES whose first comic, Black Nerd with artist Ronald Nelson, will be released this year + HETTIE JONES, one of the most prolific Beat poets of her generation. Spun by DR. BRUCE CAMPBELL JR. aka DJ JUNIOR, a professor who runs his own independent record label, Record Breakin’ Music. “But that’s another whole story” is a line from Hettie Jones’ poem “All Told.”
22 minutes | a year ago
But They Still Livin' Tho
Featuring KAI DAVIS (she/her), a Black Queer writer, performer & teaching artist from Philadelphia who received the Leeway Transformation Award for her art for social change work + JASMINE L. COMBS, a writer, educator & spoken word artist who is the author of two collections of poetry, Universal Themes & This Drowning Was A Baptism + JACOB WINTERSTEIN, a lifelong Philadelphian, artist, event producer & educator & co-founder of The Philly Pigeon collective which organizes poetry slams, multi-media productions, workshops and artists retreats. Spun by JACQUELINE CONSTANCE, born & raised in Philadelphia & armed with just a mic, her digital sampling, foot pedal & a small mixer, turns breaths, sighs & words into funky orchestral pastures for her lyrics to frolic through. “But they still livin though” is a line from Kai Davis’ poem “Uptown Baby.” This episode concludes The First Jawn, LJAM’s inaugural season.
21 minutes | a year ago
We Are The Enemies
Featuring TRAPETA B. MAYSON, a poet, social worker & MBA, who is a native of Liberia + CYNTHIA DEWI OKA, author of Salvage: Poems who created a migrant poetry workshop series in Philadelphia & is originally from Bali, Indonesia + SANAM SHERIFF, a poet & artist from Bangalore, India who is currently an MFA candidate in Poetry at Washington University in St. Louis. Spun by OLUWAFEMI, a deejay, music producer & visual artist based in Philadelphia, by way of Central New Jersey, by way of Lagos, Nigeria. "We Are the Enemies" is a line from Trapeta B. Mayson's poem "We Are All Trees Here."
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