(Screen shot of “Stacking That Paper” mini documentary of a glamazon wrestler that was directed, shot and edited by Wise- PRESS HERE TO WATCH)


(Wise within her self-directed video for single “Free From The Normal” – PRESS HERE TO WATCH)

Praise for Anna Wise +  The Feminine: Act II + her collaboration on Kendrick Lamar’s track “PRIDE.” for new LP DAMN.


“‘The Feminine: Act I,’ which offered a quick glimpse into the ups and downs of womanhood. With her forthcoming EP, ‘The Feminine: Act II,’ Wise treads a similar road, presenting a lucid set of dream-pop and R&B designed to uplift the masses.” – NPR

“She’s [Wise] becoming a main-stage attraction in her own right. ‘Coconuts,’ the first single from her upcoming album ‘The Feminine: Act II,’ retains the pop/R&B elements of her previous album, ‘The Feminine: Act I,’ it also builds upon them with laid-back jazz undertones.” – Pitchfork


“‘The Feminine: Act II,’ just came out, and it’s a curiously inventive work that mixes future-funk, dusty R&B and experimental pop. Like singer-innovators such as Erykah Badu, Dawn Richard and Björk, Wise’s best work transcends genre. The only constant? Her willingness to explore the outer edges of contemporary pop music.” – LA Times


“Music doesn’t get any more authentic than Anna Wise.” – Paper


“Hypnotic songwriter” – Rolling Stone


“Anna Wise declares the power in womanhood” – The FADER


“Instantly iconic” – Wonderland Magazine


“Anna is a singer who has worked with Kendrick throughout his career. You might remember her from ‘Real’ off of ‘GKMC’ or ‘These Walls’ from ‘To Pimp A Butterfly,’ the latter of which won her a Grammy. She’s also a member of the group Sonnymoon and has released an excellent solo album [‘The Feminine: Act II’]. Gorgeous singing voice.” – Complex

“The aptly named ‘The Feminine: Act II,’ Wise leans into spindly R&B and airy jazz…Wise continues to demonstrate the high level of her craft and singularity of her vision.” – Stereogum


“The visuals synchronizes perfectly with the rising synths and warm brass of the song itself, reflecting the harmony experienced on set between the women.” – Consequence of Sound


“Anna Wise, purveyor of damn good music with damn good lyrics and some damn good beats…” – Milk


“Her words are powerful” – Salon


“Anna Wise is trailblazing feminist pop” – Vogue



Anna Wise video; Coconuts

Anna Wise video; Balance In All



4/20 Boston, MA – Sinclair*

4/26 Brooklyn, NY – Union Pool^
4/27 Philadelphia, PA – Foundry at Fillmore*
4/28 Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall* 
4/29 Cleveland, OH – Beachtend Ballroom*
4/30 Ferndale, MI – Magic Bag*
5/02 Madison, MI – High Noon Saloon*
5/03 Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry*
5/06 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall*
5/09 Columbus, OH – A&R Bar*
5/11 Nashville, TN – Exit/In*
5/23 Austin, TX – Antonia* 
5/24 Dallas, TX – Trees*  
5/30 Seattle, WA – Chop Suey* 
5/31 Portland, OR – Star Theater* 
6/02 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey* 
6/03 San Diego, CA – Belly Up*
6/06 Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar* 
6/08 Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue* 
6/09 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theatre* 
6/11 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall* 
* w/ Lewis Del Mar 
^ w/ James Tillman 

Read more about Anna Wise here. 

And here. 

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