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Singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez isn’t quite a household name yet, but just five years after releasing her debut EP, 'Kiddo', she’s already got votes of confidence from Billie Eilish—with whom she’s toured twice—and Beyoncé, who featured the singer on her...
Jockstrap: Adventures in Sound Jockstrap's debut album has been hailed as one of the year's best. We meet the experimental duo, making unpredictable and thrilling pop. STORY: Alison Craig. PHOTOS: Rosie Alice Foster 134 years since someone first had the bright...
Starcrawler frontwoman Arrow de Wilde and guitarist Henri Cash are turning the volume up, windows down and swerving into new sonic territory on their third album 'She Said' with a blend of maximal, cinematic punk rock and the LA...
If you read any interviews with Phoebe Green in the run-up to the release of her debut album ‘Lucky Me’, you’re likely aware of how she was feeling about sharing the record with the world – scared. They weren’t just...
Singer-songwriter Ash Lune is a Lana Stan. Holding her arm up in front of the Zoom camera from her home in Brisbane, she shows off a tattoo dedicated to Del Rey's beautifully dark song ‘Video Games’. "They say that...
The Indonesian singer songwriter got her start online, then wiped the slate clean when she exploded on the big stage. Now on sophomore album ‘Nicole’, she is finding her way back to her own beginning.
Lounging in the tour bus ahead of her closing night performance at Standon Calling festival in Hertfordshire, we catch Mercury Prize nominee Self Esteem, preparing herself for her fourth festival slot of the weekend. Welcome to Standon Calling! You’re...
Sigrid is cuddling a gang of Insta-famous pooches backstage at Standon Calling festival when we spy her. Naturally, we had to say hello.
The summer months are an exciting period in the life of every music lover, as festival season comes around, giving us the chance to see our next favourite bands in the flesh. This year’s festivals hold slightly more weight...
Abby Hwong, the musician and producer known as NoSo, makes music about breaking free – from the suburbs, from alienation, and from self-doubt.