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In 2015 the rapper, singer, and king of the trap beats became hitmaker supreme, even as he remained, personally, something of a mystery. And while his music keeps marching through the clubs, the identity of Fetty Wap himself is not so simple.
For the better part of 23 years now, Will Oldham—better known these days by his chosen nom de plume, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy—has released music that has both celebrated and playfully subverted American musical traditions.
After playing with Twin Shadow, Tove Styrke, Halsey, and X Ambassadors, quickly rising pop trio LANY is finally annoucing a headling tour.
Aaron Maine has released four albums under the moniker Porches, but it wasn't until Pool (out February 5 via Domino Records) that he wrote and recorded an entire album on his own.
Singer/songwriter/producer Katy Morley performs simply as Morly, and here, we're pleased to premiere her video for her most recent single, "The Choir."
The track "Foreign Lovers," from the forthcoming full-length Need Your Light, was largely written before Ra Ra Ra Riot even existed.
In 2013, Roo Panes was on the heels of a well-timed Burberry campaign that coincided with his debut EP Once. Now he's gearing up for the release of his sophomore full-length, Paperweights.
Singer/songwriter Julien Baker still seems incredulous about the positive reception of her debut solo record Sprained Ankle.
Known as part of The Walkmen, Walter Martin just released his second solo album, Arts + Leisure.
"Being an artist, you have to be spiritual." —#HiroshiSugimoto https://t.co/XZWfpls0em @PaceGallery