Hannah Mylrea

Griff – ‘One Foot in Front of the Other’ review: sheer pop perfection

The Hertfordshire musician enters her golden period with a flawless debut mixtape

Sufjan Stevens – ‘Convocations’ review: 49-song ambient opus is moving, but hard work

The indie icon's grief-stricken record, inspired by the death of his father, runs into several hours

Chloe Moriondo – ‘Blood Bunny’ review: a spiky foray into pop-punk

The Michigan native finds a comfortable home at Paramore and Fall Out Boy's label Fuelled By Ramen

Julia Michaels – ‘Not in Chronological Order’ review: masterful solo debut by pop hitmaker

A decade in the making, the songwriter makes the leap to solo stardom appear stylish

Julia Michaels: “In life, I always make myself feel small. And when I do music, I feel big”

After a decade as songwriter to the stars, the artist is releasing her long-awaited debut album 'Not in Chronological Order

London Grammar – ‘Californian Soil’ review: indie band plant their flag firmly in the ground

The Nottingham-formed trio are fresher, revitalised and more confident than ever

Taylor Swift – ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ review: a celebration of the star’s breakout album

Amid legal battles, the singer is releasing re-recorded versions of her albums, another sign of the determination that made her famous

Taylor Swift – ‘You All Over Me (From The Vault)’ review: a musical time capsule

The singer's 2008 and 2020 collide on an Aaron Dessner-assisted rarity given a new life
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