Twins Allison (left) and Katie Crutchfield started out playing music together as teens. Since then, their work has taken them in different directions; each has a new solo album out this year.
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July 14, 2017 As teens, the twins always played music together. Since then, their careers have led them in different, parallel directions. We asked each twin to share thoughts and memories about her sister's work.
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The message of Empress Of's new single is simple.
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July 12, 2017 Co-written by Caroline Polachek (formerly of Chairlift), artist and producer Lorely Rodriguez is unruffled and direct on her latest song since her 2015 debut Me.
A still from Kamaiyah's "Build You Up" video.
July 7, 2017 Our first glimpse at Kamaiyah's forthcoming mixtape, Don't Ever Get It Twisted, is a smorgasbord of color, joy and movement.