Jenessa Williams

Connie Constance – ‘Miss Power’ review: heartfelt adventurer finds a home at the indie-disco

Her 2019 debut didn’t best represent the Londoner’s sonic palette; a recalibration sees Power fully embrace her British indie heroes

Connie Constance: “In 10 years’ time, I want a mixed-race kid making indie music to just not be ‘a thing’”

Ahead of the arrival of her new album ‘Miss Power’, the Watford artist talks 'Skins' parties, punk inspirations and exploring her own gender identity

The Beths – ‘Expert In A Dying Field’ review: New Zealand indie-rockers push the envelope

On their third album, the four-piece prove themselves to be as vital as ever

Easy Life on Kevin Abstract joining them at Glastonbury 2022: “He’s a very inspiring dude”

Easy Life were joined at Glastonbury by the Brockhampton singer, but he forgot the words to his guest verse

Greta Thunberg speaks at Glastonbury 2022: “This is not the new normal”

Climate change activist rallies for hope at a mid-afternoon Glastonbury appearance

Raveena – ‘Asha’s Awakening’ review: an ambitious, multi-faceted return from future R&B star

The artist’s second album, which stars Vince Staples, is a concept-heavy celebration of her South Asian heritage

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