Kitty Cash debuts New York trio Wet's latest track, "Move Me."
For this installment of our bi-weekly noncommittal book club, we asked New York-based trio Wet.
Brooklyn's Wet make emotional pop with no B.S.
Plus, read a Q+A with Arcangel about the collab and his "non-aspirational" lifestyle brand.
Romance on skates.
The producer pushes the track very gently towards the dance floor.
There is a kitten and lots of nature.
Here's the lead single from one of the year's most anticipated albums. And it's a great one.
The most promising group in music makes a mix of R&B, electronic, rock, and pop. They're going to be beloved by fans of all four.
Singer Kelly Zutrau takes a post-breakup walk in the woods in this revelatory video for the GEN F alum trio's standout track.
So proud and happy and full.
The Berlin-based producer edits the Brooklyn trio's low-key break up anthem.
Check out Kitty Cash's new R&B-stacked Love the Free II, featuring Dev Hynes, SZA, Willow Smith, and more.
Hear Australian producer UNO Stereo's remix of Wet's "Dream."