Our review of Little Simz's long awaited album, Grey Area.
The duo have created a wild landscape where you forget where you’ve been and can’t see where you’re going.
...Jacklin's latest release Crushing is an emotive time-capsule that solidifies the singer's identity and radiates an impeccable sense of self- assurance.
Highway Hypnosis veers between diluted versions of 90s rave culture and bass-heavy hip-hop.
This album pulses with vibrant life.
Our review of Chaka Kahn's new album, Hello Happiness.
Homeshake goes from strength- to-strength and it’s a treat to float away with Helium.
Indeed, that’s exactly what makes his debut album so emphatic – AJ is able to stretch, to absorb new influences, while remaining completely true to himself.
Without her usual jagged guitar and driving rhythm section, Le Bon’s voice becomes centre-focus. Read our review from her live show at Kings Place.
2018: the year that changed the way we look at live shows. We take a look back at some of our favourite live performances from David Byrne, Christine & The Queens, Janelle Monáe and more.
We went to see Jon Hopkin's sold out show at O2 Academy Brixton, a fitting victory lap for the artist after releasing his first album in five years.
We witnessed the spacey and sultry three-piece Khruangbin in Camden’s Roundhouse for their biggest UK headline show to date.
Maribou State bring their fresh new live performance back to London for the first time in two years and manage to sell out The Roundhouse with their return to stage.
We went to see the 20-year-old artist, Rex Orange County at Hammersmith Apollo.
We listened to Noname's impressive follow up album, Room 25
St Vincent is completely mesmerising at her Cadogan Hall piano show.
We delve into how Tirzah has made the album of the year… and how it’s like Blonde
It instinctively feels like Popcaan has just recently clicked into top gear and has no intention of slowing down, read our review of his new record Forever.
Our photos from Alexisonfire live at the O2 Academy Brixton
Isolation feels like a project of love, as it glides across genres, dropping hit singles along the way.
It could be suggested that while Nehru isn’t doing anything particularly groundbreaking, Elevators Act I & II still sounds good.