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Confidence Man: “There’s not enough dork in dance music these days”

Confidence Man are the dose of fun 2018 sorely needs. Going by some pretty wild pseudonyms (Janet Planet, Sugar Bones, Clarence McGuffie and Reggie Goodchild),...

“Rejjie Snow is dead” – the Irish hip-hop prodigy on his plans for total reinvention

When we last spoke to Alex Anyaegbunam back in November, the Dublin-born rapper was hip-hop's hottest new property. He'd collaborated with Joey Bada$$, lunched with...

Not3s reps the next generation of great British rap and other highlights from SXSW 2018 day 4

The SXSW line-up for 2018 is, as usual, one of wide-ranging scope. Within a few blocks you can see artists from indie, punk, hip-hop,...

Stella Donnelly’s rage-filled pop and the highlights of SXSW 2018 day three

Sixth Street is slowly becoming more impossible to walk down, which can only mean one thing - SXSW is building up speed and its...

Sigrid unveils glorious new single ‘Raw’

Sigrid has shared her brand new single 'Raw'. Check it out below. Tipped by the NME 100 as one of the most essential new acts...

SXSW 2018: Hinds, Life and Our Girl kick off the festival with thrilling sets

SXSW 2018 is go, meaning the streets of Austin are teeming with bands new and established, all playing an ungodly amount of shows in...

Sea Girls: “We don’t want to be just a little band”

Sea Girls are poised to become one of 2018's biggest breakout indie bands. With sell-out shows up and down the nation and bangers-a-plenty coming,...

George FitzGerald on his banging new album, the dance scene and becoming a father

If you want an ethereal but banging new album to get you going this Monday, George FitzGerald’s ‘All That Must Be’ is the one...

Goat Girl: the Brixton guitar gang on musicals, Britney Spears and the London sound

Let’s get the super weird name out of the way first. Brixton guitar gang Goat Girl are named in tribute to legendary comic Bill...

Jade Bird’s charismatic pop-tinged country proves that she’s already onto a winner

Whether she knows it or not, Jade Bird somehow manages to make life’s most painful moments sound so damn good. “That was like ripping...
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