After writing, recording, and producing all of his tracks in his own bedroom, the sixteen-year-old “indie R&B” multi-instrumentalist is ready to take on the world—without forgetting where he came from.
Two years after his last EP, the Pittsburgh-born soul musician offers up a début album of wistful, brooding tracks that speak to universal aches and personal emotions in our complicated, unguarded, tempestuous age.
With gentle tracks combining elements of folk with electronic flourishes, the London singer-songwriter finds grace in chaotic times and spins tumult into introspection.
The born-and-bred Londoner writes her soulful, haunting tracks in her own way at her own pace, but they have earned her a loyal audience in thrall to her genuineness and her passionate performances.
After suffering a panic attack while performing with his former band that nearly ended his musical career, Zacharias Zachrisson returns with a new genre-defying solo project that offers comfort and hope to those struggling with depression, anxiety, and other inner demons.
After years of crafting soulful electronic pop in her Brisbane bedroom, the Australian musician has jumped onto the international stage after opening for Demi Lovato on tour last year.
After graduating from high school last year, the musician is hitting career milestones like releasing her début EP—produced by The Internet’s Steve Lacy—and opening for Jorja Smith with her exploratory, adventurous songs that aim to push her listeners outside their comfort zones.
After teaching himself to create music from tutorials online, the club-influenced producer is fresh off a packed tour of the United States and the release of Dark, the second part of a trilogy meant to serve as the soundtrack for a night out.
On her début album Both, the musician and actor Kaya Wilkins explores identity and duality while combining forthright, honest lyrics with dance-ready synths and campy grooves.
The upstart label and international media collective is carving out a place for Asians in the increasingly diverse world of hip-hop, tackling questions of cultural appropriation and ownership head on.