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The New York Times Fetty Wap’s Tweaked Sound Yields Hit in ‘Trap Queen’

That meant that the odd opportunities began to roll in, like the Adidas Originals-branded Songs From Scratch series, which pairs a rapper and an electronic music producer.

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VSCO Presenting a series of creative collaborations with members of our global community as an ongoing effort to understand who we are.

Yours Truly knows it’s important to get the narrative right. A creative collective committed to telling musicians’ stories on musicians’ terms, Yours Truly was founded in 2009 by longtime friends Babak Khoshnoud and Will Abramson, ardent music fans and advocates of the “slow story.” Here, we peer behind the curtain on the duo to hear the perspective of the storytellers themselves.

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Wired Magazine Culture Feed - 20 Must-Follow Feeds in the World of Entertainment

Intimate profiles and video portraits of musicians on their home turf—from WET's isolated, snow-covered backwoods to Toro y Moi’s screen-printing studio. (Don’t miss the Yours Truly Soundcloud, either.)

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Dazed Magazine Yours Truly on How Young Turks Hit Tulum

Yours Truly have been creating mesmerising video portraits of almost every emerging musician you’ll have been excited about since 2009.

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Cool Hunting Telling Slow Stories, led by the musicians themselves, through more than just words and photos

Lately, music journalism feels like it's been replaced by a cycle of press release paraphrasing, tracklist postings and lifestyle commentary, with the occasional interview peppered in between.The same background information, recycled adjectives and name-dropping of influences bubble at the surface. Newly reshaped editorial platform Yours Truly (YT)—which originated as a music blog and later developed into a creative studio—has taken up the challenge to provide something different, and dare we say, purposeful beyond clicks.

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Wired Yours Truly Reimagines Music Videos for the Web

SAN FRANCISCO — If Lionel Richie ever split into two people, he might look something like the members of Chromeo.

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NPR First Watch: Miguel 'The Thrill'

Sometimes a single performance shows you everything you need to know about a musician.

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Dummy Magazine The Film-Makers Making Music with Brands and Bands

On Friday I made Bo Peep (Do U Right), a collaborative track by Shlohmo and Jeremih, our song of the week on Dummy.

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Wired Music Bloggers Hack Record Industry by Launching Indie Labels

For Tom Krell, his latest record is extremely meaningful. Krell, who records as How to Dress Well, created the EP as a tribute to a friend who died last year.

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