Sarah Midkiff

Sarah Midkiff

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Sarah split her time in the Pacific Northwest, England and traveling Europe over the past 3 years. When she's not traveling, she is playing music and obsessing over new bands, voraciously reading, praising the many virtues of breakfast food, or watching Wes Anderson films. She loves fashion (mainly leather jackets and sunglasses) and works as a producer and editorial designer when she's not writing. Follow her on Instagram @sarahlmidkiff.

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For Max Jury, boy bands gave way to soul singers as he discovered his own voice

After releasing two successful EPs, Max Jury went from writing and recording songs in his basement to laying down tracks in the legendary Electric Lady studios in New York. The 24 year-old singer/songwriter's self-titles debut album was…
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Rising star Gallant talks about the early years, his new LP, and pushing for embarrassment

Following his well-received EP, Zebra, R&B newcomer Gallant released his debut full-length album, Ology, in April. We recently sat down with him to chat about his music, old and new, his inspirations, and more.
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From Moscow to Missoula, Southwestern songstress Zella Day is blowing up

Zella Day may be just 21 years old, but the up-and-coming artist has come a long way since she began performing at age 9. Digital Trends sat down with Day to discuss the 100-stop tour she just completed, her debut Coachella Performance, and…
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How an iPhone clip grabbed a label’s attention and scored Tor Miller a record deal

Digital Trends sits down with emerging artist Tor Miller to discuss his new record, how he made it, and his approach to songwriting and storytelling. Miller's debut album release is expected this month.
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Sibling synthpop duo, Broods, on starting young, sudden popularity, and a new album

Georgia Nott of Broods talks with Digital Trends about how she and her brother, Caleb, got started young, getting big recognition in short order, and what's coming in their sophomore album.
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How the Internet vaulted Oh Wonder to worldwide stardom without a single concert

Oh Wonder went from virtual unknowns to selling out theaters around the world, and they did it all with dirt-cheap recording equipment, amassing diehard fans through the Internet.