Doe Paoro may be the stage name of Syracuse local Sonia Kreitzer, a singer/songwriter who blends moody electronic textures with dubstep, spirit, R&B, and dark-toned pop. Carrying out a visit to Tibet, she started recording beneath the name Doe Paoro, folding Tibetan opera vocal affects into her personal minimalist pop audio. While located in Brooklyn, she started issuing singles in past due 2011, ultimately retreating for an upstate cabin near her hometown to record her self-released debut LP Sluggish to Like in 2012. The recording garnered enough crucial acclaim to attract the interest of Anti in LA, where Paoro experienced lately relocated. She authorized with Anti in early 2015 and quickly released the Hurricane Sandy-inspired solitary “The Blowing wind,” that was made by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. On her behalf sophomore LP, she caused co-producers Sean Carey (also of Bon Iver) and BJ Burton (Tallest Guy on the planet, Sylvan Esso), saving at Vernon’s studio room in Wisconsin. The producing album, After, premiered in Sept 2015.