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Willie J Healey – ‘Twin Heavy’ review: the lusty drama of Pulp meets ‘70s psych decadence

Out of a major-label setting Healey finds freedom and success with his flamboyant second album

Tiana Major9 – ‘At Sixes And Sevens’ EP review: Motown debut shows potential to join the greats

The Londoner continues to blend timeless influences like Lauryn Hill and Amy Winehouse with a contemporary edge

Liv.e – ‘Couldn’t Wait To Tell You’ review: impressionistic and immersive R&B with a fan in Erykah Badu

An immersive and atmospheric mood piece akin to Solange’s ‘When I Get Home’ and Frank Ocean’s ‘Endless’

Another Sky – ‘I Slept On The Floor’ review: powerful post-rock with a truly once-in-a-generation voice

The album mixes the personal and the political viciously with compassion

MICHELLE: New York indie-pop collective emerges from the city’s thriving teen music scene

The sextet create soundtracks for the summer ahead with their jazzy melodies and R&B-influenced vocals

Phoebe Green: Empowering pop that both bares the soul and takes the piss

Meet the Manchester-based artist who's teamed up with The Big Moon’s Juliette Jackson for her towering new single

Beabadoobee says new song ‘Sorry’ will be released later this week

"It’s one of my faves off 'Fake It Flowers'"
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