Tilly Foulkes

Cassyette – ‘Sad Girl’ review: a bold, brilliant debut worth shouting about

The heavy emo revivalist's first mixtape as an independent artist is a turbo-charged riot of hooks and raw emotion

Witch Fever: vital and inclusive ‘doom-punk’ for a world in chaos

Breaking free of patriarchal oppression and violence, the Manchester band's debut is an essential punk listen

Renforshort: “This album is the honesty I needed to hear growing up as a young woman”

With an all-star list of collaborators including Travis Barker and Mike Shinoda, the Canadian's debut draws from pop-punk and hyperpop for a thrilling listen.

Sophie May: “I woke up after a big night out to see Billie Eilish calling my song ‘beautiful'”

The Londoner's early material shows flashes of Joni Mitchell and Sam Fender – her performances at low-key open-mic nights may not last much longer

The Mysterines live in Liverpool: a raucous return for hometown heroes

Following a Top Ten album, the rockers’ Saturday night homecoming is a celebration of the city’s flourishing scene