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O. – ‘Slice’ EP review: two artists with an undeniable synergy

The Speedy Wunderground-signed duo wield the unpredictable energy of a live jam session on this fantastic debut EP

Lime Garden share new single ‘I Want To Be You’ and announce UK and European tour

Their debut LP 'One More Thing' is set for release in February

PinkPantheress – ‘Heaven Knows’ review: the blueprint for the future of British pop

The generational artist explores vast ideas of death and obsession on an album that expands her sound to include rock and drill flourishes

Baby Queen – ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ review: caught between the past and the future

Beyond thoughtful moments of introspection about growth and friendship, the wit of Latham's previous work feels largely absent on her debut

Spiritual Cramp want you to find your own type of cool

“Everyone thinks they're ready to run a marathon,” Michael Bingham tells NME, but his punk band have reaped rewards by taking things slow and making mistakes

Joy Anonymous – ‘Cult Classics’ review: pure musical serotonin

The second LP from Henry Counsell and Louis Curran celebrates the community they've built together as Joy Anonymous

Hak Baker talks Black history and ‘Windrush Baby’: “I just want to talk about normal people”

"People call me 'the People's Champ', and I love that – I don't want to be anyone else's champ"

Balming Tiger – ‘January Never Dies’ review: sonic explorations from adventurous alt K-pop collective

The group’s sprawling number reflects a boundary-less creativity – if some outfits are hindered by having many artistic voices, Balming Tiger are bolstered by it