Some of today’s most galvanizing country ballads come from Yola, a British artist with skyscraping vocals and a renewed outlook on life.
Melodic, autotune-soaked raps from Savannah, Georgia native. Duwap Kaine.
There’s not much out there on Netherlands-born Bunny Hoova, but her murky and occasionally blissful lo-fi pop debut should change that.
Feelings and recovery are messy. Ada Lea’s quietly evocative singer-songwriter rock doesn’t sugarcoat it.
Try not to get in your feels with Papua New Guinea born, Australian singer-rapper Kaiit
DMV rapper Lil Gray uses the conventions of his region to springboard himself into more imaginative musical pursuits.
North Carolina's Moon Racer makes fuzzy, sweet bedroom-pop.
I dare you not get inspired listening to Don Tooly's clever mafioso-style, get money raps.
London's next underground superstar Unknown T is bringing his own drip to the city's most marginalized music.
Kelsie Hogue, a.k.a. Sir Babygirl, only has two songs out right now, but both of them are amazing. Get on this train before it leaves the station.
A primer on Oliver Coates, the London-based cellist who's collaborated with Radiohead and is making fantastic electronic solo records.