Luke Morgan Britton

Perfume Genius – ‘Set My Heart On Fire Immediately’ review: experimentalist finds strength in restraint

Albums five sees Mike Hadreas take inspiration from classic pop, drawing on Cyndi Lauper and Elvis

Yung Lean – ‘Starz’ review: influential sad-rap pioneer continues to intoxicate despite bad habits

The Swedish rapper's new record features just enough dazzling moments to justify his cult status

Drake: every single album and mixtape ranked and rated

Melancholic hip-hop brilliance? Or track-stuffed algorithm fodder? It's the Drake list to end them all

Oliver Malcolm: Fired-up producer-turned-pop renegade ready to give “music a kick up the arse”

Oliver Malcolm is the dynamic rising star ready kick up a storm with his diverse, new punk-indebted EP

Little Simz – ‘Drop 6’ EP review: a raw and rough-edged time capsule of the now

London rapper delivers a stripped-back and snappy release that plays to her strengths as a very relatable MC

Drake – ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes’ review: business as usual on rapper’s forgettable stop-gap release

Drizzy fails to learn the lessons from his previous album, 'Scorpion', on this bloated and unnecessary mixtape

Zsela – ‘Ache of Victory’ EP review: captivating NYC songwriter with a voice that cuts to the core

She may have been dubbed be the fashion scene’s "newest muse", but Zsela is most definitely substance over style.

Ambar Lucid – ‘Garden of Lucid’ review: beguiling, bilingual anthems from Latin pop’s newest alt star

On her spritely second release, Lucid crafts a world of her own with a dreamy aesthetic

Yaeji – ‘WHAT WE DREW 우리가 그려왔던’ review: a dazzling, genre-blurring tribute to communal spirit

Korean-American producer's new mixtape expands and elevates her intricate electronic sound

‘Persona Non Grata’, Bright Eyes’ first new song in nine years, is a poignant soundtrack to troubling times

The typically melancholic tune, taken from Conor Oberst and co.'s forthcoming album, combines the personal with the universal
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