Singer-director Cody Critcheloe has proven he's a master at creating surreal visual dreamscapes for acts like Robyn and Kylie. Now, after a long hiatus, he's back with his own bizarro pop project. Read our full profile here.
He may have named his debut album Soil, but Josiah Wise's mystical, gospel-inflected, all-encompassing R&B is anything but grounded. Read our full profile here.
Sons of an Illustrious Father
With a shared passion for Patti Smith and Bikini Kill, Ezra Miller and his "genre-queer" band are charting their own glorious course. Read our full profile here.
With her aching, scalpel-sharp debut album, Lindsey Jordan has become the patron saint of modern indie guitar rock. Read our full profile here.
Charlotte Day Wilson
The singer's latest release is the tale of a rocky relationship—and a showcase for some of the smoothest jams of the summer. Read our full profile here.
The German-born singer will never please everyone. But that won't stop her from chasing her dreams of pop-diva domination. Read our full profile here.