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Steven A. Clark


Living in a city is like having a love affair, and like any love affair, the passion for a city can produce monumental music. On Steven A. Clark's second LP, Where Neon Goes to Die, the North Carolina-born singer-songwriter follows in the footsteps of artists like Fleetwood Mac and OutKast by painting a fascinating portrait of the place he calls home—in his case Miami. The album was created alongside the German DJ/producer Boys Noize, who Clark met (fittingly) backstage at a Miami club gig, where the two fell into a deep conversation about mutual influences that quickly became a full blown collaboration.

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LISTEN // Steven A. Clark’s “Can’t Have” Premieres On Beats 1, ‘The Lonely Roller’ Out September 18

On The Lonely Roller, Steven A. Clark’s Secretly Canadian debut album out September 18th, the descriptions of emotions and bad breaks, of flawed characters extricating themselves from tragic affairs, aren’t just a set-up or storytelling device. It’s personal identification set to song, new additions to a canon looking for fresh blood. On previously released lead… Read more »