Ben Jolley

Ela Minus – ‘Acts of Rebellion’ review: protest-techno with a DIY punk spirit

This innovative debut album fuses urgent anthems with meditative moments to soundtrack the momentum of change

Isola – ‘EP1’: icy house and techno experiments on mysterious and innovative debut

Forged in the Las Vegas desert, fans of Jayda G and Park Hye Jin will fall for this collection of intricately-crafted soundscapes and understated club bangers

Marie Davidson: ‘People think they know me because they’ve danced to ‘Work It’ in a club… they might be surprised’

The techno producer 'retired' from club culture last year – she tells all about her new direction, which encompasses rock, pop, jazz and beyond

Róisín Murphy on the disco revival: “I’m back to snatch Dua Lipa and Jessie Ware’s wigs!”

The alt-pop don on talks up future classic new album ‘Róisín Machine’

Róisín Murphy – ‘Róisín Machine’ review: euphoric disco anthems to transport you to better times

The eccentric Irish icon’s dancefloor-ready record is her most euphoric yet

Bad Boy Chiller Crew – ‘Full Wack No Brakes’ review: nostalgic bassline bangers balance humour and unexpected honesty  

The Bradford boyos’ mixtape is a 100mph joyride swerving between witty bars and reflections on a lifestyle viral success helped them escape

Kelly Lee Owens: “I want my music to give people the strength to not feel afraid of being alone”

The Welsh musician's new album 'Inner Song' examines grief and ecological breakdown

Kelly Lee Owens – ‘Inner Song’ review: techno-pop for the head and heart

Owens comes to terms with loss while balancing club-ready beats with raw, honest lyricism

Oliver Tree – ‘Ugly Is Beautiful’ review: more than just a piss-taking internet troll

The US meme machine’s years-in-the-making debut combines irony, humour and unexpectedly deep lyricism to prove the digital rockstar's talents

100 Gecs – ‘1000 Gecs & the Tree of Clues’ review: Brain-melting, genre-crushing vision of pop’s future

The likes of Fall Out Boy, Charli XCX and PC Music's A.G. Cook are among the 21 massive guest features on the Missouri duo’s brilliantly bonkers remix album
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