Volume 1: Petrichor

BIPOC Music Series

THE NASIONA'S BIPOC Music Series

Volume 1: Petrichor

About the Album

This first volume of The Nasiona’s music series encapsulates all the glorious highs and the searing lows of navigating the world as an empathetic, curious individual. The works contained in this volume — from mournful piano compositions, dazzling spoken word, spellbinding vocal layered-songs, to beautiful instrumentals — express the intricacies of being an artist of color in a too-often indifferent world; and like the scent that lingers long after the downpour, these masterpieces ask you to sit awhile, to close your eyes, to pay attention.

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Jinnat

TRACK: “Enlight

BIO / INTERVIEW

San Palo

TRACKS: “Rainy Day,” “Fall,” & “Try

BIO / INTERVIEW

Isabella Fong

TRACKS: “For Emma” & “The Rain

BIO / INTERVIEW

Samantha Pearl

Chromic

Annah Sidigu

Tony Tennyson

TRACK: “Beat of the Tye

BIO

Beezy Montana

TRACK: “Hail Mary

BIO

ALBUM PRODUCERS

Aïcha Martine Thiam
Julián Esteban Torres López

Submit to the series

Music has always told stories that are as powerful, as moving as personal essays, and we at The Nasiona want to honor that tradition. For this new music series, we seek submissions of songs that align with our vision of centering, elevating, and amplifying Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and shedding light on neglected experiences.

Whether you record your music professionally, or whether you have gone the DIY way throughout; whether you are an emerging indie artist, or have never released a song; or whether you have simply felt overlooked by the mainstream musical landscape: we believe in your voice, and we want your work. 

Tell us about growing up as a third culture kid, about living through trauma, about being misgendered, about slice-of-life instances of resolution. Tell us about your elations, your sorrows, your moments of quiet tenacity, your rallying cries of rage. Send us a song (or two, or three!) that tells a story, whether in words or through instrumentals. If it matters to you, it deserves a platform.

All genres and languages are welcome. If you identify as BIPOC, we want to showcase your work and profile you.

We can’t wait to listen to your work and consider it for publication in either our online magazine or podcast, or both!

Note that we are here to uplift you. You keep all the rights to your work.

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