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Folly Group: London collective thriving in well-crafted chaos

The London-based group pair maximalism and naivety on their latest release 'Fewer Closer Friends'

The Lazy Eyes – ‘EP1’ review: Sydney teens’ debut release shows makings of a psych giant

The Lazy Eyes coast from dazed pop to shameless love ballads, claiming pole position for the next mainstage psych outfit along the way

Fiery punks High Vis: “People are realising that the working class are the backbone of this country”

Once born in the hardcore scene, the London band are embracing post-punk anguish

What’s Your Band Called, Mate? Get to know Peakes

Yorkshire's Peakes on after-party petting zoos, a delayed sound-check and their soothing new EP

Radar Roundup – June 12, 2020: This week’s essential new music from Lecx Stacy, Pillow Queens and more

From interviews to reviews and track recommendations, this is where you'll met your new favourite artist

Tyla Yaweh on his Post Malone collab and hanging out with Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong

The Florida rapper's new team-up with pal Post Malone is a hedonistic ode to life on the road

RMR – ‘Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art’ EP review: enigmatic new star is more than a country rap novelty

The masked man's work is frequently stunning, but not quite as bold and brilliant as his viral hit 'Rascal'

Soccer Mommy teams up with Beabadoobee for the latest release in her charity single series

Beabadoobee said she was "excited to be a part of this compilation with Soccer Mommy"

DJ Boring – ‘Like Water’ EP review: challenging club tunes to cure dancefloor deprivation

The producer's first EP in two years is full of undeniable but unconventional bangers that veer between house, techno and trance
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