The DJ and model delves into vintage grooves to stop your heart from growing cold.
Featuring Ariana Grande's surprise comeback track, a bonus treat from Yaeji and Pa Salieu's politically potent single B***k.
Three years after his unexpected viral fame, the bedroom musician has shared his woozy debut album, Wachito Rico.
Having postponed his star-studded album A Better Time, the Afropop artist is throwing himself into #EndSARS – the biggest protest movement in recent Nigerian history.
Their debut single Mommy Can’t Sleep is a hard-hitting blast of experimental rap.
Featuring a cathartic indie anthem from Beabadoobee, King Princess’s avatar-fronted return and the drill-dancehall link up between Loski and Popcaan.
Rebecca Black? Sega Bodega? The experimental pop artist walks us through their new album, jam packed with special guests.
Following a Billie Eilish cosign, the LA social media sensation kickstarted a music career. Her beautiful EP proves she’s got style and as well substance.
Featuring Junglepussy’s return, Overmono’s adrenaline-fuelling production and a confident debut from Priya Ragu.
Watch the Grammy-nominated artist record the song at the not-too-shabby Geejam studios, Jamaica, last year.
After experimenting on previous mixtapes, the London rapper has added more melodic styles to his repertoire without compromising his sound.
July 1996: Things won’t ever be quite the same for The Prodigy following the incredible success of that record. Where next for the fire-starting mob now they’ve torched the rock ‘n’roll blueprint?
Alongside making bassline bangers with the cheeky trio, the West Yorkshire MC is making a name for himself as a solo artist.
Jorja Smith enlists Popcaan for her dancehall-inspired single, DaBaby does disco with Dua and 21 Savage revives the Savage Mode sound.
She used to be crushed by stagefright. But now a growing audience is falling in love with her indie-rap sound – and she’s taking it in her stride.
Syd Minsky-Sargeant is on a teenage mission from Todmorden: to make hometown music that reaches up and out of the Calder Valley – and it’s electrifying the UK indie scene.
We put the sisters to the test.
The K-pop group deliver relentless fireworks moments. But due to their highly polished brand, their first studio album often feels impersonal.
On her new album Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin, the NYC musician creates an alluring fantasy world.
The NYC-based producer specialises in hypnotic dembow rhythms.
Featuring M.I.A.’s show-stealing verse on Franchise, a cheeky bassline banger from Bad Boy Chiller Crew, plus object blue and TSV1’s hard-hitting body music.
Get to know Sie7etr3 with their drill, dembow and baile funk blended sounds.