Jenessa Williams

Meet Me @ The Altar – ‘Model Citizen’ EP review: pop-punkers refine the genre’s signature moves

A far-cry from the scene’s stale outlook during its heady days, the trio offer a fresh perspective and fierce playing

Kele – ‘The Waves Pt. 1’ review: a meditative pandemic-induced experiment

The Bloc Party frontman explores isolation and parenthood

Bad Boy Chiller Crew – ‘Charva Anthems’ EP review: a love letter to noughties bassline nostalgia from Bradford’s finest

The mischievous trio's latest hyperactive release is less of a reinvention as it is a reminder that BBCC are here to stay

Jean Dawson – ‘Pixel Bath’ review: LA-based innovator comes good on an expansive expression of the self

Why stick to one genre when you can convincingly borrow from them all? With his latest album, Dawson solidifies the pick’n’mix appeal of the streaming era

Lianne La Havas – ‘Lianne La Havas’ review: third time’s the charm (and a shrewd play for self-ownership)

It took her to album three to embrace her name, but now the Londoner has slotted firmly into her groove.

Coach Party – ‘Party Food’ EP review: A tasty feast of pop-grunge treats

A fully-formed debut EP sees the Isle Of Wight-ers set their attentions on the big league
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