Caitlin O'Reilly

Benee – ‘Hey u x’ review: New Zealand’s alt-pop hero trades loneliness for party-starting spirit

Grimes, Lily Allen and Flo Milli all star on this eclectic collection where Benee's biggest strength is just being herself

April – ‘Luna’ EP review: Stirring musings on the what-ifs of life and love suited for these uncertain times

The rising Irish bedroom popper searches for meaning amid the shitstorm that is 2020 on her contemplative second EP

D Double E – ‘Double Or Nothing’ review: your favourite rapper’s favourite rapper flexes his muscles

With punchlines such as “man will rob William and take that”, the grime icon's second studio is a blast

Joesef – ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’ EP review: Glaswegian romantic’s most sincere collection yet

Pop's most versatile theme – heartbreak – is pulled apart and examined in dazzling new ways by Glasgow's new romantic

Headie One – ‘Edna’ review: proof the Tottenham MC is the king of drill and so much more besides

The rapper's Drake-featuring debut studio album is a persuasive bid for transatlantic stardom

Jadu Heart – ‘Hyper Romance’ review: the elusive duo experience a gothic rock renaissance

Alex Headford and Diva Jeffrey offer a grungy take on the ecstasy and tragedy of falling in – and out – of love

Oklou – ‘Galore’ review: an avant-garde mixtape that hints at the future of pop

The French artist's new mixtape offers a fantastical and surprising universe that's easy to get lost in

Samia – ‘The Baby’ review: an exhilarating soundtrack to young adulthood’s existential angst

The New York-based musician's emotion-trotting debut paints an accurate portrait of mid-twenties' uncertainty
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