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Like many burgeoning pop stars with a thriving Instagram following, Bea Kristi has had to do much of her growing up in public. Taken into the Dirty Hit fold back in 2018 and...
T-shirts, like coronavirus, are really having a moment. They're great for lounging, and exercising and looking fine on a Zoom chat. In many ways, they are the most versatile piece of clothing a person could own. And guess what!...
It might make sense to say Matt Berninger’s debut solo album ‘Serpentine Prison’ – a thing of wisdom and beauty – has been 19 years in the making, going off the musician’s first release as the frontman of The...
Hot off the heels of announcing her new record label, Phoebe Bridgers has revealed its first signee, New York artist Claud, and their new single 'Gold'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiXQyIbaPa0 Claud – surname Mintz – has previously toured with Bleachers, girl in red, Girlpool...
Last year on the ‘Speak Yourself’ tour, BTS made a promise to fans – they would be back next year for more. At those triumphant stadium dates around the world, no one would have predicted they could end up being...
“By certain scales, a life goes by so very fast/ Some days go easy, some will wear you like a mask,” a fortune-teller tells Emmy The Great in Hong Kong in 2017. Eerie choice of words, given the interaction...
When it comes to country and western trailblazers, there’s one extremely special singer whose name has been unjustly forgotten in the 50 years since the release of her first and only album. Linda Martell was a South Carolina pastor’s...
How have you spent your lockdown? Whether you are front line staff or furloughed, working from home or stuck in quarantine isolation, I’d be willing to bet that you’ve whiled away most of the past few months indoors by...
18 years ago, shortly after the release of her debut album 'Let Go', the then-17-year-old Avril Lavigne was dubbed the “anti-Britney” by the press. Appearing during the pop queen’s reign wearing ties, vests, baggy pants and Converse, the label...
It’s been an exciting journey for Working Men’s Club. After releasing BBC 6 Music favourite ‘Bad Blood’, line-up changes, such as the departure of co-founder/guitarist Giulia Bonometti to focus on her solo career, saw enigmatic frontman Syd Minsky-Sargeant take...