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Katie Von Schleicher – ‘Consummation’ review: enchanting chamber pop with endless twists and turns

The Brooklyn artist plumbs darker depths than before, offsetting her stark lyrics with bright, jangling melodies in the search for inner-peace

Tomorrow X Together – ‘The Dream Chapter: Eternity’ review: Korea’s pop hopes are worth the hype

The group dip their toes into murkier water than before – and the results are thrilling

India Jordan – ‘For You’ EP review: utopian rave weapons and would-be festival anthems

Inspired by formatives years in the North East, Jordan strikes the perfect balance between joyous euphoria and vulnerable emotion

Future – ‘High Off Life’ review: trap outlier exerts flashes of greatness on star-stuffed 32nd release

Atlanta don's new album features all-star collabs and certified banger, but doesn't live up to its celebratory billing

Charli XCX – ‘How I’m Feeling Now’ review: lockdown album is an anxiety-fuelled trip

This wonky pop record perfectly encapsulates the disorientating mood of the times

Public Practice – ‘Gentle Grip’ review: NYC disco-punks dream of a sparklier world on sublime debut

New York group's debut is a hedonistic journey fit to soundtrack the grimiest of DIY discos

The Dears – ‘Lovers Rock’ review: the gloomy and overbearing sound of a band running out of gas

Album eight sees the Montrealers serve up morbid indie-rock preoccupied with the apocalypse

Moses Sumney – ‘grae’ review: complex two-part double album defies boundaries and genre

Nothing is straightforward on this soul-searching record, which veers from jazz to art-pop

Perfume Genius – ‘Set My Heart On Fire Immediately’ review: experimentalist finds strength in restraint

Albums five sees Mike Hadreas take inspiration from classic pop, drawing on Cyndi Lauper and Elvis
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