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Malady: a potent blend of post-rave beats and indie-gloom

London quartet Malady are shaking up the capital with their blend of post-rave, early-dubstep and throwback indie

Drug Store Romeos: Fleet trio’s ethereal space-pop combats suburban tedium

Fleet’s finest manufactured a sound that transcends their small-town roots to launch dreamy debut album ‘The World Within Our Bedrooms’ into the cosmos

Tommy Lee’s son’s band Motel 7 drop infectious new single ‘Are We There Yet’

Anton Khabbaz and Dylan Jagger Lee's sun-kissed track is an ode to "an epic road-trip"

KennyHoopla & Travis Barker – ‘SURVIVORS GUILT: THE MIXTAPE//’ review: pop-punk lives!

Executive produced by the Blink-182 drummer, this 20-minute mixtape is a huge level up

Smoothboi Ezra – ’Stuck’ EP review: revelations and reinventions

The County Wicklow producer knits together their sparse personal stories with beefier live band sounds

Kamal: the lockdown hit maker with approval from Billie Eilish and Dave 

His breakout song 'homebody' was written pre-pandemic, but its introverted nature resonated with locked-down listeners worldwide

Oscar Lang drops dreamy single ‘21st Century Hobby’

Taken from his forthcoming debut album, 'Chew The Scenery’

Yard Act live in Leeds: Sharp sociopolitics delivered with warm camaraderie

June 5, Brudenell Social Club: Leeds newcomers Yard Act deliver sneak peeks of their future album debut at an intimate socially-distanced show

Benefits: an instant punk battlecry against flag-shaggers (and Chris Martin)

A reaction against nationalism and classism, the Teesside agitators tell us about how only these times could inspire their Sleaford Mods and Pixies-approved brand of aggy electro-punk

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
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