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Few artists can set the internet alight the way Lorde can. It feels like the entire world has been anticipating this comeback for a long time, and this week, ever since she dropped a teaser pic (a single shot...
After the campaign for Lorde's second LP, 2017's 'Melodrama', drew to a close towards the end of the following year, our favourite Kiwi pop star has had a relatively quiet few years out of the public eye. However, that's...
In many ways Billie Eilish has never left. Between Bond themes, a documentary and a stack of Grammy Awards, the 19-year-old has gone from strength to strength since her 2019's critically acclaimed debut LP, 'When We All Fall Asleep,...
South London singer/songwriter/producer Sophie Nicole Ellison – AKA Hussy – today releases her new track ‘Moths’ ‘Moths’ is the second track to be taken from Hussy’s entirely self-made seven-track, self-titled debut EP, set for release on July 23 via her own...
Despite a huge Grammy snub earlier this year, it was indisputably The Weeknd’s night at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards with the singer sweeping ten categories including Top R&B Album, Top Hot 100 Artist and Top Artist. The Canadian...
Lana's been busy. Ahead of the release of her new album 'Blue Bannisters', due on July 4, the singer-songwriter has released three new songs. The new tracks, called 'Wildflower', 'Blue Banisters' and 'Text Book', have been described as "buzz tracks"...
Brighton's The Great Escape Festival – the annual new music showcase that takes over the seaside city – is going online for 2021 and you can watch the performances for free! We are thrilled to be part of this year's...
It might be a little later in the year than usual, but the BRIT Awards 2021 is finally here. Before everything kicks off tonight (May 11) and the good and great of British music and beyond gather to celebrate...
The End Of The Road festival line-up has been announced for 2021 and it's led by headliners Hot Chip, Sleaford Mods, and Stereolab, who join King Krule at the top of the bill. The long-running festival is set to take...
Brighton and Hove Pride 2021 has been cancelled because of COVID for a second consecutive year. The UK’s biggest pride festival had been planned for August 7 and 8, but organisers said they "cannot risk the health and safety" of...