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SCALPING – ‘FLOOD’ EP review: the dancefloor and moshpit collide

The Bristol band’s debut effort sees their sound expanding but never losing its signature intensity

BERWYN – ‘TAPE 2/FOMALHAUT’ review: rising rapper ruminates on loneliness

The Trinidad-born, Romford-raised artist puts on an elite songwriting display on his second mixtape

Chubby and The Gang announce new album ‘The Mutt’s Nuts’

The London punks' new album is being previewed by single 'Coming Up Tough'

Griff – ‘One Foot in Front of the Other’ review: sheer pop perfection

The Hertfordshire musician enters her golden period with a flawless debut mixtape

SEB: LA’s viral hitmaker wants to bring imperfection into pop

His scrappy mashup with Harry Styles' 'Watermelon Sugar' went viral on TikTok – now SEB wants to bring that inspired, laid-back approach to the mainstream

The Lounge Society – ‘Silk For The Starving’ review: refreshingly rural take on politically-loaded post-punk

The Lounge Society are blazing their own path in a busy British guitar scene by looking closer to home – the results are as raucous as they are rewarding

Wet Leg sign to Domino Records and share infectious debut single ‘Chaise Longue’

The Isle Of Wight two piece are set to tour the UK in the summer

Malady: a potent blend of post-rave beats and indie-gloom

London quartet Malady are shaking up the capital with their blend of post-rave, early-dubstep and throwback indie

Drug Store Romeos: Fleet trio’s ethereal space-pop combats suburban tedium

Fleet’s finest manufactured a sound that transcends their small-town roots to launch dreamy debut album ‘The World Within Our Bedrooms’ into the cosmos

Tommy Lee’s son’s band Motel 7 drop infectious new single ‘Are We There Yet’

Anton Khabbaz and Dylan Jagger Lee's sun-kissed track is an ode to "an epic road-trip"
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