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Jean Dawson – ‘Pixel Bath’ review: LA-based innovator comes good on an expansive expression of the self

Why stick to one genre when you can convincingly borrow from them all? With his latest album, Dawson solidifies the pick’n’mix appeal of the streaming era

Arlo Parks live in London: kindness and kismet with the country’s most empathetic pop star

The south London singer-songwriter showcases her multiplicity at a quietly stunning show

Bad Boy Chiller Crew: Yorkshire lads joyriding their way to viral success

Bassline boyos Bad Boy Chiller Crew are on a mission to put Bradford on the musical and comedic map

IDLES live in London: you sense the wheels might come off any time – and that’s the thrill

Frontman Joe Talbot appears nervous, but In IDLES' world, vulnerability is a virtue

Jean Dawson: Britpop-inspired creative maverick making sense of boundless inspiration

Raised on the cultural border between Mexico and the US, his vibrant approach to music-making isn’t about bending genres for the heck of it - but it works

Arlo Parks: “I feel like I’m 10 and 100 at once”

She’s released the year’s most devastating song, but the Londoner insists she’s no old soul and is fumbling through life – just like the rest of us

Here’s Alfie Templeman’s track-by-track guide to his ace new EP ‘Happiness In Liquid Form’

The prodigious Bedfordshire-born artist's fourth EP is out today (July 17)

Lianne La Havas – ‘Lianne La Havas’ review: third time’s the charm (and a shrewd play for self-ownership)

It took her to album three to embrace her name, but now the Londoner has slotted firmly into her groove.

Gracie Abrams: LA singer-songwriter baring her soul to the internet

Meet the Hollywood director’s daughter who is providing catharsis to fans all over the globe — despite never having played an IRL gig