Music Library @ UNLV

Music Library Artist Highlight Series: The Lique

The Lique is a versatile high-energy feel-good fusion of hip hop, neo-soul, jazz, with a dash of rock, rooted in Las Vegas, Nevada. They have two studio albums, “Democracy Manifest” and “Times Like These” and a handful of recently released singles. Their music is available on their website thelique.com as well as major streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. Here is a live performance of their popular song “I am”

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Music Library Artist Highlight Series: Sam Setton

Sam Setton

Sam Setton is an NYC born & raised singer/songwriter, who creates moody electro-pop music. Reminiscent of HONNE and Majid Jordan, Sam provides raw, sensual vocals over warm electronic-infused production.

Although Sam began writing and recording music in his early teenage years, a music career was born only recently, after experimenting with new sounds and penning a song to gain the attention of an ex-girlfriend.

Following the successful release of his debut single ‘Berlin’ in Summer 2016, Sam released his debut EP entitled ‘Renegade’ in June 2017. His first official album ‘My Dream Girl is My Ex Now’ was released in December 2019.

UNLV Music Library Artist Highlight Series: Sydney Guillaume

Sydney Guillaume

Guillaume is a Hatian-American composer known primarily for his choral music, but also composes chamber and film scores. He was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and moved to the U.S. when he was 11. Through his music, Guillaume works to share the Haitian culture around the world. He has been recognized in the 1804 List of Haitian-American Change Makers and by the top music school of Haiti for his efforts as an ambassador of the culture. His music is often referred to as ‘challenging yet spirited.’ In his music, you can hear the exciting and unique rhythms and melodies that are catchy yet tonally complex. With much of his music, the listener can’t help but smile and dance!

Find more information and a full list of scores on his website.

To listen to some of his music now, browse the following:

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UNLV Music Library Artist Highlight Series: phantom femme

Phantom Femme is a Vegas based singer/songwriter. Their music style is a blend of synth pop and dream pop, influenced by 80's new wave. Their music can be listened to on Bandcamp!

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UNLV Music Library Artist Highlight Series: Austra

Austra

Austra is a Canadian electronic/dark-wave music band featuring Katie Stelmanis, a Latvian-Canadian opera singer, and a live band with no permanent members. Austra recently released its fourth album, which is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube. For more information, visit their website!

Music Library Artist Highlight Series: Cameron Calloway

Cameron Calloway

A Las Vegas native, Cameron Calloway’s music is known for its R&B and soul influences. His tenor voice has a smooth feel to guide the fun rhythm of the instrumental music he often sings to.

Listening to his music, you can't help but smile and groove a little. This upcoming artist has been named The "Soul Child" by COACHELLA Magazine and performed at the 5th annual Life Is Beautiful Music Festival. You can watch him live on Sunday, May 24th (4:00 pm Pacific) as he sings to benefit the non-profit National Alliance for Filipino Concerns in their Bayanihan Virtual Concert Series.

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Music Library Highlighted Artist Series: Germaine Franco

Germaine Franco is a film composer, known for her work in multiple TV shows, VR experiences and big hit films. Franco is the first ever Latina composer to be invited into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences music branch. She is also the first female composer to work for DreamWorks Animation and Pixar. Her work can be heard on films like Coco (2017), Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019), Little (2019), and Toy Story 3 (2010). 

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