Sophie Williams

Alfie Templeman – ‘Forever Isn’t Long Enough’ review: a bold display of self-confidence

Bedfordshire’s boy wonder delves further into experimentation across a set of punchy summer anthems

Alfie Templeman: genre-busting bangers for brighter days

The 18-year-old artist’s dazzlingly optimistic mini-album draws on a renewed sense of hope for not just himself, but the world at large

Skullcrusher: LA’s rising alt-folk star seeks shelter from the storm

Helen Ballentine's stunning second EP – recorded in response to a touch of imposter syndrome – is a powerful, weighty exploration of vulnerability

Skullcrusher – ‘Storm In Summer’ EP review: alt-folk meets shoegaze stylings

Helen Ballentine sought shelter from the storm when hype and attention rained down on her last year - this comeback is just as mesmerising

Noga Erez live in Tel Aviv: communal spirit, ‘American Utopia’-style

April 1, Tel Aviv: in showcasing 'KIDS' the Israeli artist taps into the raw connection of a live show – bolstered by a huge troupe of dancers

Friends Like These: Amber Mark x Empress Of

Amber Mark and Empress Of interview each other

Friends Like These: Dominic Fike and Remi Wolf

The collaborators and musical pals interview each other

Friends Like These: Denzel Curry x Robert Glasper

The two artists interview each other

‘Submarine’ at 10: an oral history of the Alex Turner-soundtracked indie

The team behind Richard Ayoade's cult classic reflect on a decade of Oliver and Jordana

Holly Humberstone live in Lincolnshire: scarily good haunted house session

Her childhood home in Grantham may well be inhabited by ghosts, but her sincere ballads are goosebump-inducing all on their own
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