Dhruva Balram

“We’re more traditional siblings than people imagine”: Tegan and Sara on their revealing new memoir ‘High School’

The Quin twins on their new memoir and accompanying album, 'Hey, I'm Just Like You'

Stormzy and Ed Sheeran’s latest collaboration, ‘Own It’, sees the rapper continue to dominate the cultural conversation

Also starring Burna Boy, the track furthers Stormzy's seemingly endless winning streak (though Ed's rapping could do with a little work)

Omar Souleyman – ‘Shlon’ review: the prolific dance-pop don offers a much-needed shot of happiness

The Syrian wedding singer – and so much more – has amassed a staggering 500 records so far. His jubilant sounds, set to love poetry, continue to astound

Lil Peep – ‘Everybody’s Everything’ review: a gentle reminder of what the late rapper could have achieved

Last year's first posthumous release expanded the pioneering musician's legacy. This second collection is much rougher, like a set of demos with features tacked on

Cartel Madras are creating “Goonda Rap”, their very own rap genre

Eboshi and Contra, a pair of sisters who make up Calgary rap group Cartel Madras, emigrated to Canada in 1999. 20 years later, the...

Clams Casino – ‘Moon Trip Radio’ review: the pioneering producer weaves ambient instrumentals that need more bite

Producer extraordinaire Michael Volpe made his name by helping other artists find their voices – and they perhaps need to return the favour

Earl Sweatshirt – ‘Feet Of Clay’ review: an emotional stream-of-conscious epilogue to ‘Some Rap Songs’

Death has stalked Earl Sweatshirt’s career. He dedicated his debut album, 2013's ‘Doris’, to his deceased grandmother and released last year's ‘Some Rap Songs’...

Danny Brown – ‘uknowhatimsaying¿’ review: a hellraiser reflects on a life lived at full speed

Danny Brown's appeal has always lain in his chaos: frenzied, frenetic rhymes over fast-paced beats coupled with a penchant for the absurd. Throughout his...
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