Rachel Grace Almeida
Album highlights 'You Will Not Die' and 'Presbyteria' are slow-burning, piano-led anthems that put tenderness at the forefront of the record; his pain is there, demanding to be heard, but it's resilient.
In our February cover story, Rachel Grace Almeida discovers how the band's finest album became a tool of self-expression and comfort.
“As long as the song makes you feel emotional, even if you can’t pin down what it is. That’s key for me.”
But what makes this record so gut wrenching at its core is the narration of fear, despair and hope lead singer Mat Kerekes expels...
You could say that, to him, less is more – and that's no different on his latest effort, Ruinism.
As Jamila Woods' status soars, all she wants to do is give back to the community in Chicago. In our June issue, Rachel Grace Almeida explores how her musicianship is doing so much good for the city.
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.
Cloud Nothings, treading through darkness and futility, have finally found their light
In this beautiful debut, Magana delivers the haunted resilience of someone who has found self-acceptance
Cody isn’t about becoming jaded with age – it’s about seeing the world for how it really is, and making peace with that
The South London singer and Stormzy-collaborator Ray Blk sits down with Rachel Grace Almeida for August's cover story
Rachel Grace Almeida delves into America's backwards gun laws in this month's Penny