Ben Jolley

Shygirl – ‘ALIAS’ review: futuristic club-rap bangers from underground queen’s fantasy universe

The versatile London artist commandeers a maximalist joyride that sounds like it’s been beamed in from the cyber-rave dancefloors of 2080

TSHA – ‘Flowers’ review: emotion-filled electronic anthems from a star in the making

There have been few positives to come out of 2020, but for London-based multi-instrumentalist TSHA it’s been a time of rediscovery and affirmation. During...

CamelPhat – ‘Dark Matter’ review: stadium-ready indie-dance bangers (now we just need the stadiums)

The UK production duo call upon Noel Gallagher, Jake Bugg, Florence Welch and Foals' Yannis Philippakis

Ela Minus – ‘Acts of Rebellion’ review: protest-techno with a DIY punk spirit

This innovative debut album fuses urgent anthems with meditative moments to soundtrack the momentum of change

Isola – ‘EP1’: icy house and techno experiments on mysterious and innovative debut

Forged in the Las Vegas desert, fans of Jayda G and Park Hye Jin will fall for this collection of intricately-crafted soundscapes and understated club bangers

Marie Davidson: ‘People think they know me because they’ve danced to ‘Work It’ in a club… they might be surprised’

The techno producer 'retired' from club culture last year – she tells all about her new direction, which encompasses rock, pop, jazz and beyond

Róisín Murphy on the disco revival: “I’m back to snatch Dua Lipa and Jessie Ware’s wigs!”

The alt-pop don on talks up future classic new album ‘Róisín Machine’

Róisín Murphy – ‘Róisín Machine’ review: euphoric disco anthems to transport you to better times

The eccentric Irish icon’s dancefloor-ready record is her most euphoric yet

Bad Boy Chiller Crew – ‘Full Wack No Brakes’ review: nostalgic bassline bangers balance humour and unexpected honesty  

The Bradford boyos’ mixtape is a 100mph joyride swerving between witty bars and reflections on a lifestyle viral success helped them escape

Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu – ‘Renegade Breakdown’ review: genre-hopping arena anthems from techno titan

The one-woman techno machine’s new band veer between classic pop, rock, electro and jazz on a record where no two tracks sound the same
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