DJ and journalist Ash Lauryn speaks to Waajeed about Detroit’s new music school, which is inspired by the radical techno collective, Underground Resistance.
The DJ and model delves into vintage grooves to stop your heart from growing cold.
Davido: “All I’m focusing on now is reforming my country”
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.
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.