Thomas Smith

Griff: meet Britain’s next great pop star

Griff’s superb new EP ‘One Foot In Front Of The Other’ is a giant leap forward for the rising Hertfordshire-based talent

Easy Life – ‘Life’s A Beach’ review: a genre-blurring, sun-drenched debut

The Leicester band ruminate on modern living and mental health with sincerity and breezy wit

Easy Life: “We bang the drum for places like Leicester because no one else will”

The Midlands five-piece’s sunny debut, ‘Life’s A Beach’, is about longing to widen your horizons. But there’s no place like home, they’ve found

Leon Vynehall – ‘Rare, Forever’ review: a slippery exercise in electronic experimentation

The British producer's splendid second album proves he's so much more than just a dancefloor maestro

Aziya: “I didn’t have guitar role models growing up – I want to fill that gap”

London guitar hero Aziya talks cover versions, being the change she wants to see in rock and finding a fan in Oscar-winning artist H.E.R.

Fred again.. – ‘Actual Life (April 14 – December 17 2020)’ review: super-producer’s notes from a lost year

One of modern music's most influential producers is both chipper and contemplative on his electro-pop debut

Paul McCartney – ‘McCartney III: Imagined’ review: Macca shines with a little help from his friends

The Beatle showcases charming reworks from Beck, St. Vincent, Anderson .Paak and more

The enduring influence of Daft Punk: “They gave off this attitude of not giving a fuck”

Disclosure, Parcels and Kelly Lee Owens on how the robots made them go harder, better, faster, stronger

Dameer – ‘For We Are Distant’ EP review: Bangladesh’s new indie heartthrob

His delightful debut EP is as illuminating as a summer sunrise blaring through paper-thin curtains

Sofia Kourtesis: heartfelt house bangers tell the Peruvian’s family history

The producer's banging new EP marks an era of personal and creative revelations for the Peru-born, Berlin-based dancefloor maestro
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