Ben Jolley

박혜진 Park Hye Jin – ‘Before I Die’ review: searching reflection and club-ready bangers

The South Korean-born, LA-based artist's debut showcases both emotional heft and production wizardry

glaive – ‘all dogs go to heaven’ EP review: scene-stealer’s stadium-sized hyperpop anthems

A pummelling exploration of the disparate, mind-bending sounds that hyperpop allows the US teen to experiment with

Emma-Jean Thackray – ‘Yellow’ review: unifying jazz anthems

The healing sonics on the Yorkshire-born, London-based artist’s debut album provide a utopian vision to strive towards

SHERELLE: “The government has failed the music scene in a massive way”

The London DJ and producer on how learning to make music helped her deal with the anxiety of having an “unviable” career during lockdown.

Rejjie Snow – ‘Baw Baw Black Sheep’ review: a world of pure imagination

Irish rapper creates a trippy companion soundtrack to his favourite childhood film, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Gaspard Augé: “There’s no point asking people what they want – it’s the death of art”

The electro star on his solo debut album 'Escapades', that Justin Bieber feud and what’s next for his band Justice

SAULT – ‘Nine’ review: anonymous British collective weave tales of hope and pain

This fifth record carries vital political and personal weight

KennyHoopla & Travis Barker – ‘SURVIVORS GUILT: THE MIXTAPE//’ review: pop-punk lives!

Executive produced by the Blink-182 drummer, this 20-minute mixtape is a huge level up

glaive: teen hyperpop prodigy with fans in Lana Del Rey and Travis Barker

The 16-year-old’s quarantine-born glitchy guitar bangers have made Ash Gutierrez a labelmate of Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo

Craig David ‘Born To Do It’ livestream: nostalgic garage hits offer a throwback to simpler times

May 8: To celebrate the 20-year anniversary of his debut album, the king of sensual serenades performs a hit-filled show, with a full live band
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