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Birth name  Sonia Kreitzer
Name  Doe Paoro
Website  doepaoro.com

Labels  White IrisANTI-
Years active  2011–present
Role  Singer-songwriter
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Born  September 19, 1984 (age 31)Syracuse, New York, United States (1984-09-19)
Genres  Indie pop, alternative dance, alternative R&B, soul
Associated acts  Peter Moren, S. Carey, Justin Vernon, Remix Artist Collective
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Sonia Kreitzer (born September 19, 1984), known by her stage name Doe Paoro, is an American singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California whose ethereal sound blends elements of pop, dubstep, soul, and R&B and bears strong influence of Lhamo, a vocally acrobatic, centuries-old Tibetan folk opera tradition. Her debut album, Slow to Love, which Paoro composed while isolated in a cabin near her hometown of Syracuse, New York, was released on February 14, 2012. She was named an artist to watch by Stereogum shortly thereafter.

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Her second album, After, was released through ANTI- on September 25, 2015 to critical acclaim.

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Career

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A self-taught pianist and vocalist, Paoro trained in Lhamo while traveling alone through the Himalayas. During this period, she also spent several weeks practicing silent meditation, which allowed her to reflect on the "space between silence and sound." Her cover of Baltimore synthpop band Future Islands' "Little Dreamer" was released in December 2011; original singles "Can't Leave You" and "Born Whole" followed in January 2012. In 2013, Paoro released two songs on a 7" through White Iris Records.

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Paoro has performed at SXSW, Osheaga, and CMJ, as well as numerous venues throughout the U.S. She often opens her live performances with an a cappella Tibetan prayer, and credits Vipassanā meditation with having a strong influence over the themes explored in her work, which include attachment, detachment, compassion, and disconnection from the human experience.

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"Hypotheticals," Paoro's first track released through ANTI-, was featured on Season 4 of Girls. NPR's All Songs Considered listed Paoro on their Six Musical Discoveries You Can't Miss list.

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She has been compared to Fiona Apple, James Blake, Adele, and Lykke Li, among others.


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