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Nasty Cherry aren’t really your average girl band. Catapulted to fame in late 2019 via the hit Netflix six-part docuseries, Nasty Cherry: I’m With The Band, the quartet quickly became the epitome of polarising hype as...
Connie Constance’s debut 2019 album, ‘English Rose’ glides from alternative hip-hop and political lyricism to melancholic indie-pop seamlessly and with purpose. Now she's back, with two new singles under her belt; the danceable indie hit ‘Monty...
It's been a rough couple of years for Glass Animals. Riding high after the release of 2016's breakthrough album 'How To Be A Human Being' the dance-pop four-piece suffered a major setback: their drummer, Joe Seaward,...
Rapper and producer Dope Saint Jude – real name Catherine Saint Jude – blends Cape Town hip-hop and political lyrics, carving out her own place in a male-dominated genre. Her music is fearless, confident and...
"I literally just turned twenty," sings Leo Bhanji on 'Blade of Hope' a lo-fi, emo piano track taken from his stirring debut EP 'No Guard'. The London musician – who did, literally, just turn 20 – is...
It’s a sweaty June afternoon and Denai Moore is feeling the heat. “I’m melting! It’s just too warm,” she exclaims. She’s right, too: it’s disgustingly close, made all the worse by this seemingly eternal national lockdown....
It's been two years since Dream Wife released their rowdy, self-titled debut album. The trio, who formed at art college in Brighton, quickly built a cult following, their feminist punk anthems and calls for safe spaces for...
Manchester has long been the home of some of Britain’s buzziest bands and this year’s flaming hot tip comes in the form of alt-pop six piece, Mealtime, who have just dropped their really-very-good first EP ‘Aperitif’.
Since releasing her debut single, ‘Cola’, in 2018, Arlo Parks has been widely lauded as one of the most exciting new acts in the UK. Blending gentle, thoughtful and poetic lyrics with soothing melodies, Parks has...
“Dry pussy feminist bitch?” Salka Valsdottir is trying to recall the most offensive comment her band has ever received online. “There are so many bad ones,” the rapper and producer smirks unruffled, speaking over Zoom from...