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New Music Of The Day: Paris Youth Foundation – ‘Lost Cause’

Right now, it feels like indie is back in a good place. Our pals The Big Moon, coming-of-age wunderkinds Blaenavon and the mysterious Alexandra Savior...

New Music Of The Day: Her’s – ‘I’ll Try’

Her’s are not a group to stand still. Each song they produce, from the lo-fi bedroom pop power of debut track to ‘Dorothy’ to...

Young Yizzy comes good on the hype with ‘This Is Life’

At the age of 17, things are already looking pretty rosy for Young Yizzy. The Lewisham wunderkind had a low-key banger in the shape of...

Plaitum reveal the studio secrets behind debut album ‘Constraint’

"When we finally - after a few years of making music with no real agenda, playing occasional shows and having literally hundreds of shapeless...

New Music Of The Day: The Aces – ‘Physical’

Missing HAIM? The Californian trio’s second album has been in the works for what feels like an age now – so step in the...

The Internet’s Syd talks debut solo album ‘Fin’ and crafting music to make babies to

Tyler, the Creator might have had the gobby chat and Frank Ocean the yearning soul, but Syd Tha Kyd was always the most intriguing...

New Music Of The Day: Tsar B – ‘Golddigger’

In August last year we got our first taster of Belgian artist Tsar B with her bewitching self-titled EP. At first, it was hard to...

Happyness dissect their second album ‘Write In’ track-by-track

Today, Happyness release their second album - the soaring indie-odyssey 'Write In' via Moshi Moshi. To celebrate the release, the group have gone deep on...

The Britanys perform ‘In Yer Time’ in the NME Basement

The Britanys have had quite a year. Fresh off tour with Public Access TV and Splashh, the New York four-piece swung by NME to...

New Music Of The Day: Amber Mark – ‘Lose My Cool’

Coping with loss is never easy. Grief can take over every part of your life, swallowing your perspective and seemingly leaving you with little way...
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