Together they're equal parts awkward and angst, brimming with teenage heartbreak and forbidden love

If you've bled The xx album dry, these tender exit wounds from the emotional shrapnel of growing up could be what you're looking for.



They don't care if you pronounce their band name "Suns" or "Soons"

But the one thing they really need you to know? "We want to be the best live band in the world. We don't fuck around with that."



This year's most vogueish sound has its own comedic rivalry

Whether it'll be James Blake's white-boy avant-soul or Woon's swoonsome croon that'll find itself carpeting the Radio 1 playlist next year, you'll just have to wait and see.



At the vanguard of New York's nu-folk scene

Her lyrics flit between the cutesy and the twisted. She's fast becoming one of the trendiest tickets in town, although she won't admit it.



A San Diego duo who met just eight months ago and started a whirlwind romance and a musical journey at the same time.

Their debut EP is a storm of spontaneity, adventure and melodrama.


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