On a début EP, the Swedish duo brings together a diverse family of collaborators from Carly Rae Jepsen to Charli XCX and an eclectic range of musical tastes culled from today’s hyperconnected world.
After kicking off his career with early EPs and a début album devoted to establishing his own sound, the German writer, producer, and DJ seeks to expand his aural soundscape in his latest songs.
The Nigerian-born, London-raised musician brings soul up to date with powerful songs about love and loss and all-encompassing live performances as he prepares for the release of his first album early next year.
In a vibrant set of songs premiering at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the composer discovers a new America over the course of two weeks riding Amtrak cross country in the wake of Trump’s election.
From a childhood singing karaoke and playing the trumpet, the Bay Area-raised musician offers up a powerful début album full of songs that condense the emotional density of life into plain, easily relatable phrases.
The daughter of a classical composer and a cellist, the Swedish pop musician brings a profound retro sound and style to an age when technology and social media prove to be both embracing and overwhelming.
On their début album, the avant-pop musician introduces a cast of nine internal characters, or Alters—each with their own style and voice—in an abundant and varied study of identity.
With a wider reach than the tag of “gothic folk” would suggest, the New Zealander musician offers powerful and emphatic performances and a new album full of rich, affecting tracks that run through a range of emotions and voices.
On her first EP Policies of Power, the Connecticut-born musician and multi-hyphenate couches ruminations on political accountability and experiential existence in deceptively danceable songs that blend punk, new age, dancehall, and Eighties pop.
As he brings his Walt Whitman opera Crossing to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the young composer-conductor and Los Angeles Opera’s artist-in-residence muses on his prodigious start, his upcoming commission for the Metropolitan Opera, and the future of classical music.