Review: Who says the guitar is dead? No one in The Roundhouse, Camden, London last night.
Indispensable facts about the legends that are D-Block Europe, Aitch, Charli XCX, Celeste, AJ Tracey, Joy Crookes, Ashnikko and Burna Boy.
Grimes goes acoustic, King Princess does hip-hop and Bad Bunny teams up with Sech for a banger that'll make you dance and cry.
Review: The NUXXE labelhead evolved from club producer to twisted pop frontman for Salvador.
The Northampton rapper made a series of lewd remarks to host Katherine Ryan at the event in London last night.
With only a matter of days before Changes drops, fans got a glimpse of Bieber up-close, unplugged and moustachioed.
The Copenhagen DJ/producer builds towards that warehouse rave feeling.
Listen to the return of King Krule, slick guitar licks from Niall Horan and a guaranteed dance-floor-filler from Eris Drew.
The singer on filling Savages’ break with a solo album, a French music-and-chat TV show, an erotic book and a lot of love from Hedi Slimane.
Ready for his close-up, with solo project EOB and his first ever solo interview.
The London duo blend orchestral strings with jagged electronics and salacious lyrics. It’s a formula that’s landed them a Dean Blunt collab and a deal with Warp records.
She’s been bulldozing the Indonesian rap scene with her audacious bars and raw energy. Now she’s ready to take to the States and beyond.
Dua Lipa goes power pop, Headie One gets experimental and New York’s AceMoMa duo deliver fresh rave energy.
The Mala Junta crew reveal how their intimate party became the best new queer rave in town.
Inspired by single motherhood, the Jamaican dancehall artist is now cracking the international market with her inclusive, sexy anthems.
The Kanye-affiliated artist explains how love, drugs and mental health struggles inspired her cathartic album Modus Vivendi.
His moody tune Cradles is the second biggest hit on TikTok, and he's set to transcend his 15 second of fame.
Ezra Furman’s guide to soundtracking the most pulsing, thrusting, throbbing show on television, aka Sex Education.
From hackers to hustlers, clout chasers, and superfans, we take a glimpse into the bizarre culture of fans sabotaging their favourite artists.
The UK’s most credible rap selector is bringing back her Tiffany & Friends party series this weekend. Here are some tunes to get you in the mood.
Including new tracks from J Hus, Megan Thee Stallion and scuzzy London duo Sorry.
Review: A majestic second album marks a significant personal growth for the UK rapper.