Steffanee Wang

Steffanee Wang is the associate music editor at NYLON where she covers established, emerging, and new artists you haven't even heard of yet. She knows the best new music you should be listening to every week and the albums you should be spinning. Previously, she was a writer and editor at The FADER with bylines at NPR, and the now-shuttered Pacific Standard. Besides music, she also cherishes good food, a clean house, and finding new ways to be offline. You can follow her on Twitter at @steffaneex, and view selected clips on her website below.

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