NYC-based songwriter Elizabeth Devlin has a distinctly haunting style thanks to her use of the autoharp and penchant for unconventional musical structures. We visited Devlin in her Queens studio, where she performed a special new song, inspired by the racial and social unrest in Baltimore, surrounded by artist Natalie Baxter’s “Warm Guns” work.
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the… | watch
Representing Brooklyn and the Bronx, the one and only group called Manz Rivalz. The name stems from everyday life, which can be competition with anything or anybody. This crew has talent, laid back… | watch