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HOLLY HUMBERSTONE: OFF THE DEEP END Every now and then a new artist comes along who really connects with people. Emerging from lockdown with a raft of beautifully vulnerable songs, Holly Humberstone has already amassed fans all around the world....
Introducing Charlotte Rose Benjamin, your new queen of highly relatable, often bleakly funny lyrics. “Pair my self-loathing in expensive clothing / At least I can do it in style,” she sings on the sad lilt of 2021 single ‘Deep...
Sans Soucis – aka Giulia Grispino – makes music that’s soulful and soothing, that wraps you up in its warm melodies and their velvet vocals, and cocoons you gently. It’s easy to see how music has played a fundamental role...
Last year, The Linda Lindas shot to attention with their now-infamous performance of ‘Racist, Sexist Boy’ from a gig at the LA Public Library. The wider world was invited into an open secret the city’s DIY scene had long...
Over her two EPs so far, spill tab – aka LA-based musician Claire Chicha – has invited us into her world, slowly revealing more about herself with each song. She sings in English and French (a nod to one part of...
When Yen Strange’s face first pops up on Zoom, beamed in from her home city of Sydney, Australia, there’s a ghoulish presence looking over her shoulder. On closer inspection, it’s a pristine plastic skeleton pinned to the wall; a...
Safety on dancefloors has long been a key concern, especially for women and LGBTQ+ clubbers who have typically not always felt at home in traditional club spaces. While the pandemic has brought about a natural pause in proceedings, it...
With her psychedelic visuals and perfectly-produced pop anthems, Remi Wolf is about to be your new obsession.
Courtney Barnett sighs. It could be relief, it could be weariness. It could be a bit of both. On the line from sunny Joshua Tree, about to embark on a US tour – her first live shows in almost two...