Becky Rogers

CMAT: Dublin cowgirl turning shitposting into Americana bangers

Life lessons from Charli XCX, breakdowns in chicken shops and a Western-meets-Dublin barbecues music video, meet the Irish cowgirl who’s all about "bastardising" country music

Walt Disco: Flamboyant goth-glam that doesn’t care what the boomers think

The Scottish six-piece’s new EP ‘Young Hard and Handsome’ draws influence from the post-punk legends of the ‘80s and modern-day art-pop chic

Gus Dapperton – ‘Orca’ review: a glimpse into life on-the-road in your twenties

By dropping his guard, Dapperton has reinvented his usual slacker-pop to accommodate his raw emotions

The Goa Express: Scorching garage-rock with psych undertones

Each week in First On, we introduce a shit-hot artist you'd have no doubt have seen opening the bill for your favourite bands

otta – ‘songbook’ review: sharp, scattergun anthems eschewing the traditional format

Channelling the frenetic energy of early-Grimes, these songs are confrontational and discombobulating by design

Folly Group: London collective thriving in well-crafted chaos

The London-based group pair maximalism and naivety on their latest release 'Fewer Closer Friends'