Maggie Rogers became famous overnight last spring. Pharrell Williams was giving a masterclass, commenting the work of students of Bob Power, renowned sound engineer for A Tribe Called Quest and D’Angelo. Among, them, the young Maggie Rogers, who presented her piece “Alaska”. The stunned, emotional reaction of Pharrell on listening to this soft electro-folk blend was seen around the world. The public quickly fell under the charm of the delicate, unique universe of this American artist, who started out playing banjo in Maryland. At 22, the singer had to pinch herself when she saw success take off like a shot. Her first EP, Now That The Light Is Fading, unveiled early this year, is a well-crafted and captivating introduction to a promising career.