New Sounds 2018 carrying the Norwegian pop flag this year is Sigrid and we couldn't be happier.
Kate Solomon and Hassan Anderson deconstruct Annie Clark's latest LP.
Say No To Nostalgia: Pop Needs To Up Its Game.
Leading our New Sounds issue, Girlhood reveal contrasting tastes, concepts and debuting their live show.
"A lightning rod for dickheads", Kate Solomon discusses buying her first guitar
Our February cover star, Jens Lekman finds therapy in his fourth album.
Rennen is an exercise in restraint, an encyclopedia of skittering percussion and the sparsest synth settings available
Stevie Parker features in our New Sounds of 2017 feature.
Sälen feature in our New Sounds of 2017 feature.
Deptford Goth has changed his name and just as well for all the voracious Deptford Goths keeping a beady eye out for a new record that sounds like his old records because this one doesn’t
Utopia Defeated is a storm-cloud with the sun behind it; dark but with the promise of light
Michelle Zauner talks tragedy, Sufjan and her debut album Psychopomp
Tegan and Sara seem to have taken the formula they came up with on 2013’s Heartthrob and honed it, added some extra shimmer, infused it with even more love and heartache and come up with the world’s catchiest bops
Joining forces with Dutch artist girlfriend Ebony Hoorn has lent Roberts a lighter touch, a synthier sound and maybe even something approaching peace
The one thing Superis not is tired; it crackles with energy and is at once lusty, sad and amazing
With the release of her debut album, we talk to quickly ascending star Alessia Cara about where she's headed.
it’s as often about the teen we wish we’d been as it is the insecure dork we actually were.
Shot through with existential dread, Big Ups’ second album simmers with barely-contained rage
Just because we’re a two piece doesn’t mean that it's going to be stripped down a lot
Sounding both older and bolder, it feels like Lizzo has not only mastered what she’s saying but how she’s saying it too
This is a band that is older but trying not to be weighed down by it, as urgent beats underpin huge stadium bangers leading into a pensive, almost haunting ending
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