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Viral moments in modern music might be hard to predict at the best of times, but you’d need an incredibly powerful crystal ball to have foreseen Juliet Ivy’s ‘We’re All Eating Each Other’ spreading like digital wildfire. Sure, the...
A bartender slides a tequila on the rocks my way in a Soho dive as I follow Aurora's instruction take myself out for a drink, tune into her album with headphones and rekindle my relationship to my heart.  'What Happened...
Maya Hawke When she's not battling demogorgons, Maya Hawke pens melancholic, soul-searching indie-folk. Three albums in, she's unpicking and reframing her past relationships – and being a little kinder to herself in the process. Words: Rhian Daly. Photos: Andrew Lyman Maya Hawke...
Chloe Slater has charmed the internet with her politically-charged and very relatable brand of post-punk. As she releases her debut EP, 'You Can't Put A Price On Fun' we talk to the 20-year-old Manchester-based artist about the inspiration behind...
Since the release of her debut single ‘If Love Was Green’ in 2018, Halima has been steadily bolstering her portfolio of cross-genre compositions, refining her craft as an artist and producer with each new project. Growing up in Lagos...
Camila Cabello has entered new phase. With a new sound, new outlook and new look, the pop icon is making the music she wants to make – and it might just surprise you.
For her third album – a collection of demos recorded over five consecutive days – Maggie Rogers has unlocked an honesty that can only happen when you leave no time to overthink. "In writing a little bit of fiction, I was able to tell some of the greatest truths about my life," she tells Marianne Eloise.
“I like keeping people on their toes,” confesses Etta Marcus with a devilish smile. Earlier this year, the Brixton-born singer-songwriter released her mini album ‘The Death of Summer & Other Promises’, which arranged playful bursts of indie pop alongside...
St. Vincent The shape-shifting St. Vincent is more herself than ever on raw and rowdy seventh album, 'All Born Screaming'. Words: Marianne Eloise. Photos: Alex Da Corte St. Vincent is late for our call, but I can’t hold it against her....
Francis of Delirium, otherwise known as 22-year-old Jana Bahrich, has been making waves in the small but mighty music scene of Luxembourg. Paving the way for a generation of new artists coming up, Francis of Delirium’s debut album sees...