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If you’re still unsure of your place in 2017, Los Angeles duo Bad Wave are offering us a taste of a different era. ‘1955’ throws up poignant reminiscence alongside tightly-spun…

Siblings in bands often breeds a certain fruitfulness. Oasis, obviously spring to mind, as do AC/DC, The Kinks, and more recently – Kings of Leon, Haim and Drenge. That’s not…

Anybody who’s been paying attention to British indie right now should recognise the quite frankly brilliant Brighton label Cannibal Hymns by now. Having been behind the releases for Dream Wife,…

Jungle Brown Old-school hip-hop with eclectic and modern twists Members: Ric Waters, Tony Bones, Maear Kofi From: Bournemouth/London Formed: 2014 Best Moment: “We’re supporting De La Soul soon and they’ll…

In their short existence, Icelandic/British trio Dream Wife have already become important advocates for changing the way that the world perceives femininity. “I am not my body, I am somebody”…

Maggie Rogers Most new artists riding such a tsunami of buzz and chatter would risk crashing onto the shore at SXSW. Incredibly, Maggie Rogers managed to far exceed the already…

21-year-old Londoner Nilüfer Yanya was part of the early-year talk about future stars, and she’s shared her first track of 2017 with ‘The Florist’. The genre-hopping newcomer, who claims she…

Montreal, Canada is never short of new bands making smart pop with an experimental twist, and retro-nodding duo She-Devils are tricksters of the highest order. New song ‘Hey Boy’, the…

In three and a half minutes, London electronic pop trio Sälen have just summarised nearly every dodgy house party you’ve ever been to. As friendship groups scope out others eyeing…

Brighton hitmakers Fickle Friends were already making sunny side up triumphs, but they’ve gone the extra mile with ‘Hello Hello’. The five-piece’s latest pursuit saw them relocating to LA, hiring…

In the blurry-eyed midst of summer 2016, Los Angeles duo Courtship. dropped a perfect soundtrack with debut track ‘Stop For Nothing’. Eli Hirsch and Micah Gordon’s first step had its toes…