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Cherym: Derry Girls making fizzing pop-punk jewels

The Northern Irish trio on their local scene and why being women in a band is not a political statement

Listen to Bad Boy Chiller Crew team up with Jordan on ‘Footsteps On My Shoes’

The Bradford trio have collaborated with the rising Salford rapper

PACKS: lo-fi slacker rock that confronts an unpredictable world

On their debut album 'Take The Cake', Canadian artist PACKS embraces her gnarly recording process to continuously rip things up and start again

Listen to Fousheé’s cover of Depeche Mode’s ‘Enjoy The Silence’

Fousheé has also announced details of her debut project 'Time Machine'

Biig Piig – ‘The Sky Is Bleeding’ EP review: the queen of reinvention enters her “sxc dom phase”

A move to LA and unfettered self-belief results in Smyth's most diverse and assertive collection yet

Audrey Nuna – ‘A Liquid Breakfast’ review: rampant, refreshing creativity from R&B’s most exciting new voice

The New Jersey newcomer shines with versatility and inventiveness on her most fleshed-out project to date

Watch Holly Humberstone’s claustrophobic video for new single ‘The Walls Are Way Too Thin’

"The fire blast in the vent [in the video] was totally real and I’m not going to lie, I was shitting myself!"

Dayglow’s new album is what happens when bedroom pop leaves home

The Texas-based indie hero created viral magic in his bedroom, but his new Phoenix-inspired album sees him head into bolder musical territory
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