Ali Shutler

Carly Rae Jepsen – ‘Dedicated Side B’ review: an inspiration refuses to rest on her laurels

The pop powerhouse continues to crank out the banging tunes with a collection of leftover tracks that most mainstream acts would kill for

Block By Blockwest review: the closest we’ve yet come to an authentic online festival experience

No, it's not as good as the real thing, but this Minecraft-hosted virtual party almost scratches an itch

Lav: Heartbreaking poet with songs envied by Billie Eilish

Billie wishes that she'd written Lav's 'From Me, The Moon' – but Lav's haunting new song 'Wavvy' sees her experimenting with fleshed-out production

Unity 2020 Festival live on Facebook: a good cause and great sets from Yungblud and L. Devine

Raising money for the domestic violence charity Women's Aid, this well-curated virtual shindig was broadcast by the SSE Arena Wembley

Every delicious fact we learned from Matty Healy’s new ‘In Conversation’ podcast

He's a talker, all right, and now the iconoclastic frontman has launched a series of chinwags

A Day To Remember on new album ‘You’re Welcome’: “We didn’t make you wait for no fucking reason”

Frontman Jeremy McKinnon talks new material and the musical balance they tread: "There aren’t many bands that could go on tour with both Slipknot and Blink-182 and not get bottled"

The Used – ‘Heartwork’ review: a dynamic and surprising adventure, and proof of their enduring legacy

Album eight sees the rock band blast through heart-pounding choruses and pop sensibilities

With The 1975’s massive new single ‘If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)’, Britain’s best band keep getting better

It's the sixth song taken from the upcoming 'Notes On A Conditional Form' and – oh boy – it's a belter

Ashnikko is the Miley Cyrus-approved bubblepunk pop-star who refuses to take herself seriously

Blue hair and bloody music videos – rising pop provocateur Ashnikko wants to be a playful disruption to the hegemony
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