Follow These 8 Breakout Artists at Instagram For Fresh Sound + Style

Follow These 8 Breakout Artists at Instagram For Fresh Sound + Style
Artists L: Samantha Gongol and R: Jeremy Lloyd of Marian Hill. (Photo by Jedd Lopez)

Need some #OOTD inspo RN and want to try on some new tunes too? See the latest music fashion trends from breakout artists’ IG and catch them at a live show soon.

When it comes to fashion, we’re all guilty of looking to the singers and musicians we’ve loved for years for inspiration. On-the-rise artists have unique styles that often break the mold as well. So if you’re craving some fresh fashion, these eight breakout artists at Instagram are sure to mix it up for you. Listen to their new tunes and if you’re really digging them, snap up tickets to see ’em live.stat.

For Laid-Back Sound + Style: Follow Hayley Kiyoko

This breakout artist’s style is just as cool and laid back as her music. Kiyoko’s Instagram feed will no doubt inspire you to be fearless in life and fashion. She unapologetically marches to the beat of her own drum. Case in point: The denim on denim with sneakers outfit she rocked with the Childish Gambino-esque dance moves in her recent music video Gravel To Tempo at YouTube.


For Confidence-Boosting Sound + Style: Follow Kamaiyah

Gold all in my chain gold all in my rang 📷: @kanyeness

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Kamaiyah is #goals in gold. We love her bold style choices. Follow the West Coast queen on Instagram to see more of her outfits that slay. Think layers of gold bling, colorful graphic tees, emblazoned jackets, and rad sneakers.


For Minimalist Sound + Style: Follow Marian Hill

Awesome cause thx @vh1savethemusic 🙏 @lollapalooza

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There’s no denying Marian Hill’s vocalist Samantha Gongol has refined style. Check out the all-black everything outfit she wore on stage at Lollapalooza. Event when she keeps it simple, Gongol makes basic outfits look next level with leather accessories, crop tops, and a bold red lip.


For Bold Sound + Style: Follow Dorothy

Last one @miafest @tidal @budweiser @rocnation 🍾

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Dorothy’s style is fiery, bold, and almost too hot to handle. The tattooed rocker loves wearing all-black, leather jackets, and lots of stud details. Her style screams rock star. Take notes.


For Chill Sound + Style: Follow Frenship

Dad bods. Dad car. #frenshipfriday

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The style of this electro-pop duo reflects their Los Angeles roots. It can be described with just one word: chill. Some of their signature style pieces include chambray shirts, simple t-shirts, crisp white pants, sunglasses, and cool man buns. Peep their latest music video for Capsize at YouTube that is super duper chill, in true form.


For Quirky Sound + Style: Follow Wrabel

Pop singer Stephen Wrabel’s style is quirky, fun, and totally unique. He loves wearing shirts with ironic logos, bold designs, funky socks, and mermaid-inspired sequined pants. Follow him on Instagram for fashion inspiration and we promise you won’t be disappointed.


For Rock Sound + Style: Follow From Ashes To New

"Lost and alone in this world with no hope, Trying not to let go but there's nothing , nothing to hold!" 📷: @bennygordo

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This breakout rap-rock band oozes with great style. Their signature style elements include distressed black pants, graphic shirts, black shades, muscle tanks, and spikey hair. If you’re feeling their style, follow their Instagram for more style inspo.


For Groovy Sound + Style: Follow Coleman Hell

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Canadian musician Coleman Hell has groovy style and isn’t afraid to show it. On and off stage, he loves rocking fun printed shirts in psychedelic colors, retro round sunglasses, animal-printed jackets, and other hippie-inspired garb.


Playlist

Hop on over to the Ultimate Chart of Emerging Artists by BigChampagne to discover new music and artists on the come up.