Been a minute since we’ve heard form Saul Williams, so we're glad to see the poet and vocalist receive some shine through KEXP’s Documentaries series. The radio series is currently focusing on “Poets and Music.” The barely six-minute audio piece is heavy on clips and gives a quick, broad overview of Williams’ career -- helpful for those unfamiliar with the now veteran artist. Plus, I’m just happy the doc mentions Williams’ debut at an old Fort Greene hangout the Brooklyn Moon! Sure, I enjoy my over-priced fro-yo as much as anyone else, but I'm glad to see this old establishment hanging in there.
Williams is prepping his fourth album Volcanic Sunlight for a spring 2011 release. The album was recorded in Paris and is described by him as “a dance album... a pop album.” Word.
Listen to the documentary at the KEXP web site here.
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