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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.
Mercy's Cartel

Mercy’s Cartel: “I was naïve when BLM happened”

From playing the double bass as a child to working with long-time friend and producer Dom Porter, Essex-born Mercy’s Cartel has grown up expressing...
Zoe Wees interview

Zoe Wees interview: “I’ll never write a song about something that I didn’t experience”

To say Zoe Wees had a busy 2020 would be a bit of an understatement. She’s gone from releasing covers, including Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’...
Saweetie Doja Cat Best Friend

45s of the week: Saweetie (ft. Doja Cat), Black Honey, Rhye and more!

NUBIYAN TWIST – ‘IF I KNOW’ FEAT. K.O.G. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMR4v3YBU5Y Kicking off this year with a much-needed dose of happiness to combat 2021’s special brand of January...
Kim Petras Halloween album

The best Halloween albums ever made

Granted, living through a global pandemic is scary enough for most, but if you’re looking to try and claw back whatever Halloween fun you...
Billie Where Do We Go livestream

Billie Eilish – ‘Where Do We Go? The Livestream’ review: politics, fans and hits...

With Billie Eilish’s career sky-rocketing over the past four years – an ever-growing social media following (a casual 67 million), five Grammy wins, three...
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 with collectives such...
Working Men's Club review

Working Men’s Club – ‘Working Men’s Club’ review: The band emerge as confident and...

It’s been an exciting journey for Working Men’s Club. After releasing BBC 6 Music favourite ‘Bad Blood’, line-up changes, such as the departure of...
Bob Vylan

Punk’s lack of diversity is at odds with its spirit – and it’s time...

“We’re Bikini Kill and we want revolution, Girl-style now!” Kathleen Hanna yelled out on Bikini Kill’s 1992 track, ‘Double Dare Ya’, 15 years after...
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 tracks hitting over...
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, summer anthems. Blending...