Jenessa Williams

Sophie May – ‘Worst Thoughts In The World’ EP review: pop with an outsider defiance

On her bold and brilliant second EP, the London singer-songwriter exerts gentle power over her intrusive thoughts

FLO: “We hope anybody who hears our music – especially young Black girls – gets our message”

In less than a year, the London trio have navigated the journey from unknown entity to one of the most-talked about groups on the planet. Now, they land the top spot in this year’s NME 100

Tendai: spellbinding R&B vocalist and producer is Stormzy’s secret weapon

Fusing free-flowing alt-pop with sublime R&B, the 0207 Def Jam signee is about to reach a far wider audience

Connie Constance – ‘Miss Power’ review: heartfelt adventurer finds a home at the indie-disco

Her 2019 debut didn’t best represent the Londoner’s sonic palette; a recalibration sees Power fully embrace her British indie heroes

Connie Constance: “In 10 years’ time, I want a mixed-race kid making indie music to just not be ‘a thing’”

Ahead of the arrival of her new album ‘Miss Power’, the Watford artist talks 'Skins' parties, punk inspirations and exploring her own gender identity

The Beths – ‘Expert In A Dying Field’ review: New Zealand indie-rockers push the envelope

On their third album, the four-piece prove themselves to be as vital as ever

Dressed as Meadowhall, Self Esteem’s Glastonbury performance was iconic – here’s why

Rebecca Lucy Taylor prioritises pleasure in an accomplished John Peel set

Fontaines D.C. live at Glastonbury 2022: A stoic performance of string-backed cinematics

The Irish band serenade Glasto's Other Stage with an orchestral set

Easy Life on Kevin Abstract joining them at Glastonbury 2022: “He’s a very inspiring dude”

Easy Life were joined at Glastonbury by the Brockhampton singer, but he forgot the words to his guest verse

Greta Thunberg speaks at Glastonbury 2022: “This is not the new normal”

Climate change activist rallies for hope at a mid-afternoon Glastonbury appearance