All the best new music feat Mitski, Jennifer Lopez, Christine & The Queens, Captain Over, Foxtrott, Two People, Harve, Kllo, Luke Howard & more.
The best new music from the last week feat. Dawn Richard, Dizzee Rascal, Halona King, Cakes Da Killa, Barrie, John Grant, Hero Fisher, Julia Holter and more.
All the best new music featuring Slowthai, Faye Webster, The National, Holly Herndon, Askjell, Banks, ((( O ))), Icewear Vezzo, Star Slinger and more.
Kaiydo feature in our New Sounds of 2017 feature.
The Bristol-based musician and producer crafts songs imbued with emotive poignancy purveyed through his pensive and insightful lyricism.
Rising Stars of 2014: Stay Bless sets a new bar for tear-smudged storytelling. Heartbreak scarcely sounded so blissful.
The best new music this week, collected into one handy playlist. June 2014. Track of the Week: Krista Papista - Bad F
The best new music this week, collected into one handy playlist. November 2014. Track of the Week: Emmy The Great - Swimming Pool
The London in Stereo Field Day Stage is Announced!
New music playlist feat. Kill J, Daughter, Cina Polada, Radiator Hospital, Iris Gold, The Big Moon, Dagny and more
New Music playlist feat Ogla Bell, Yung Lean, Kelly Lee Owens, Anna Wise, Dream Wife, Weaves, Sophie Lowe, Torn Hawk and more.
Tracks of the Week feat. Ta-ku & Wafia, Warpaint, Tove Lo, Carla Dal Forno, Jacques Greene, Tennis, Kishi Bashi, Pill, Tim Burgess & Peter Gordon and more
EOTR's co-founder and curator Simon Taffe takes us through his picks for the upcoming festival
We get a bit excited about Safe Bets 2017 at Birthdays
Diet Cig playlist from our series with Playmoss.
New Music playlist feat. Big Thief, Katie Von Schleicher, Dave, Anna of the North, Tess Roby, Mostack, Lorde, Bad Gyal, Mutes, Songhoy Blues and more
Oxjam is one of the most heartening festivals around - providing performance opportunities for up-and-coming local acts as well as raising tons of money. But what's on their stereo?
Victoria Parkey talks us through the tracks the matter to her in our new column 'Dancing On My Own'
...it's an immersive, sensitively-arranged set that will prove once for all that Sasami is more than capable of entrancing listeners as the headline act.
You know when you listen to someone and you know they just get it? They understand how to build a track, how to keep you hooked.
Holy Hell, have you seen the Lowlands line-up? Listen to the playlist and grab yourself some tickets.