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Public Radio's Emerging Artist Spotlight

Clockwise from upper left: Versing, Actionesse, Chong The Nomad, Seattle's Space Needle, doNormaal All photos courtesy of the artists except Seattle's Space Needle: Joel Rogers for Corbis Documentary / Getty Image Plus hide caption

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Why The Seattle Music Scene Is A Glimpse At The Future

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(From left to right) DJ Step, DJ Cut-Cuz and J-Lektro are just some of the DJs making moves in Chicago's music scene right now. Caleb Zahm / Dariusz Michael / Emily Melissa/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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American Trappist (left), Soul Glo (middle) and Kayleigh Goldsworthy bring captivating emotional perspectives to their songwriting. Photos by Kara Donnelly and John Vettese/WXPN hide caption

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From left: Shy Beast, Helado Negro and Jonathan Something. Dorothy Bennett, Anna Groth-Shive and Solitaire Recordings/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Low Dose (left), Orion Sun (middle) and Ali Awan are just three of the most exciting artists making music in Philadelphia right now. John Vettese / Ashley Gellman / Meghan Weale/WXPN / Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stella Donnelly's debut album, Beware of the Dogs, is out now. Pooneh Ghana/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stella Donnelly Puts Her 'Middle Finger Up' To The Patriarchy Of Rock

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