Grant Bailey marvels at the wonder of Adam Betts live
A lot can change in four years and WHY?’s latest effort departs quite dramatically from the sound of Mumps.
Jerkcurb's newly filled-out band play freaky show at Angel's Electrowerkz.
Stand first: The ‘Queen’ of grime delivers a confident, energetic performance with humour, honesty and ingenious wit.
Typically filed under folk, Jesca Hoop bends the parameters of classification.
A near seamless masterclass of cohesive performance; colourful, engaging and bursting with energy.
For the most part Lowly are content to sound effortless.
Since teaming up with Tectonic label head and dubstep maestro Rob Ellis, aka Pinch, Sherwood’s sonic nonconformity seems as determined as ever
The 22-year old West London MC ensures that the final show in the XOYO trilogy is one to remember, proving why he is currently turning a lot of heads.
Tim Hakki reviews Stormzy Gang Signs and Prayer
Sonically, it's remarkably upbeat, and the arrangements, melodies, mastery of instruments and production are all staggering.
Post-Frenz Container Buzz is a body of work that reveals more as it goes on – about Wilde, his view of the world and his new lease of life.
You know Maggie Rogers. I know Maggie Rogers. At some point we’ve all been Maggie Rogers.
Half Waif describe their sound as Mood Ring Pop and in forma/a it’s remarkably fitting.
For all his elegance and deft touches, no one has a firmer grip of 2017 than Sampha.
Written after frontman Chris Sutter came out of a 12-year relationship, the 24- year-old nearly scrapped the whole thing and started again. Give thanks to the voice in his head that stopped him.
"The record sees the Grammy nominated 21-year-old standing defiant against much of the online controversy she faced across 2016."