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Get to know Aimée Osbourne, the media-shy sibling who makes atmospheric metal

The sometimes-actor releases brooding pop-rock under her ARO moniker

Washed Out – ‘Purple Noon’ review: mopey ‘80s-inspired pop (minus the compelling melodrama)

Earnest Greene's tropically-tinged fourth album purports to be about passion, but feels somewhat lacking

Jordana – ‘Something to Say’ EP review: grunge-laced almost-pop with cathartic wit

Hefty garage-rock sits nicely next to dream-pop on this fidgety, affecting listen from Wichita musician

How Taylor Swift’s new album ‘Folklore’, inspired by The National, made dad-rock cool again

Heading out into the wilderness, Tay's given us her twist on the sub-genre

The sexism scandal at Burger Records proves that indie music culture needs to be detoxified

If the scene is to truly reckon with its rampant misogyny, it must stamp out abuse from the start

Remembering Naya Rivera: a fierce talent and a trailblazer for LGBTQ+ representation

The 'Glee' star leaves behind an enormously powerful legacy

Sufjan Stevens’ 12-minute epic comeback track ‘America’ is as complex as its namesake

It's the first taste of forthcoming new album ‘The Ascension’

Nadine Shah – ‘Kitchen Sink’ review: complex and thought-provoking post-punk contains multitudes

On her fourth album, the musician grapples with – and ultimately embraces – the complexities of being a woman, finding a playful and powerful voice in the process

Braids – ‘Shadow Offering’ review: beleaguered band take on the big issues, but tie themselves in knots

After a period of internal strife, the Montreal art-poppers attempt to reconcile with themselves

Phoebe Bridgers – ‘Punisher’ review: atmospheric indie with an undercurrent of anxiety

The NME cover star explores millennial dread with a broad sonic palette