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Grace Almond

Grace Almond
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Grace is a music and politics writer based in London. She also runs an inclusive night with her friends called Rainbow Tapes, and presents her show, Crystal Queer, on Alphabet Radio, every first Wednesday of the month.
Nubya Garcia

Nubya Garcia: “I try and deflect the questions that put too many labels on...

Camden’s Nubya Garcia weaves a tapestry of identity on her debut album, ‘Source’, her most confident outing to date. After collaborations...
Powfu

Powfu – “I feel blessed to be in this position where I can help...

At age 21, Canadian artist Powfu has already firmly grasped the title of one of 2020’s breakout stars, his lo-fi hip-hop...
Michelle New York band

MICHELLE: “What we look like isn’t everything we are”

Since they formed in New York in the summer of 2018, MICHELLE have been releasing some of the best in sunny,...
Willy J Healey

Willie J Healey: “If it’s something I want to do then I’ll keep going...

Willie J Healey's first album, ‘People And Their Dogs’, was released in 2017. What began as a discography of soft melodies...
Fontaines DC A Hero's Death review

Fontaines DC – ‘A Hero’s Death’ review: The Dublin band don’t rest on their...

Fontaines DC’s ‘Dogrel’ was easily one of the best debuts in the last ten years. Whether it was the joyful, crisp tones...
Jessy Lanza

Jessy Lanza – ‘All The Time’ review: introspective themes define her best album to...

Jessy Lanza’s style flits between experimental pop and club-ready anthems. With a BBC Radio 1 residency and...
Alanid Morissette

45s of the week: Alanis Morissette, Slow Pulp, KAYTRANADA and more

ALANIS MORISSETTE – ‘RECKONING’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1Tw1-EaWgU Alanis Morissette reminds us...
Connie Constance

Connie Constance: “I understand what it feels like to be part of a huge...

Connie Constance’s debut 2019 album, ‘English Rose’ glides from alternative hip-hop and political lyricism to melancholic indie-pop seamlessly and with purpose....
Dope Saint Jude

Dope Saint Jude: “Racial politics in South Africa seeps into everything, including the music...

Rapper and producer Dope Saint Jude – real name Catherine Saint Jude – blends Cape Town hip-hop and political lyrics,...
Bandcamp Friday

Buy band merch today and fund organisations against racial injustice

In the midst of a global pandemic that’s ground the live music industry to a halt, it’s important now, more than...