Lines between mixtape and album have blurred in recent years. The strongest in recent memory locally is Sarah White's DJ mix All Black Rage, a collection of politically minded hip-hop summing up the racism and injustice that defined 2014. Using Lauryn Hill's "Black Rage" as a jumping-off point, White's selections range in style and topic, but center on the cycle of black oppression and the protest movement pushing against it. "Here is a little inspiration to remember those lives that have been lost and to keep your heart burning to make these streets safer for our babies, our neighbors, our people," she writes in the mix's description. She includes heavy tracks from P.O.S. and Hurt Everybody with Mick Jenkins, inspiring anthems from Ab-Soul and Lupe Fiasco, and movement soundtracks from Dead Prez and J. Cole. It's a powerful listen encapsulating a tumultuous year.