Adam Narimatsu is a writer and musician living in DC.
Joshua Myers teaches Africana Studies at Howard University and edits A Gathering Together: Literary Journal. His most recent book is Of Black Study (Pluto, 2023).
Levi Dayan is a freelance writer and occasional musician. Born in DC but currently based in Chicago, their writing has appeared in Bandcamp Daily. They began writing about improvised and experimental music for The Grape, an Oberlin student paper of which they later became Editor-in-Chief. They graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in art history. They can be reached at [email protected].
Thomas Stanley is the author of The Execution of Sun Ra (2014) and co-author of George Clinton and P-Funk: An Oral History (1998). His doctoral work (2009) examines Butch Morris’s Conduction methodology. Dr. Stanley is currently an associate professor of Sound Art and Sound Studies at George Mason University, Fairfax.
John Murph is a Washington, D.C.-based music journalist and DJ. He's written for TIDAL Music, NPR Music, JazzTimes, Down Beat, Washington Post, and The Root.