Breakout

Daine: meet the future emo icon mentored by Charli XCX

The Melbourne artist – who has worked with Charli XCX and Oli Sykes – is an exciting, essential voice in the hyperpop-sphere

Priya Ragu: inventive, exuberant R&B meets Tamil tradition

The Swiss-Tamil star is emerging as a leader of a new generation of convention-defying R&B musicians through a joyful blend of new and old sounds

Scruffpuppie: meet the emo-pop prospect signed to Phoebe Bridgers’ new label

Penned during personal troubles, the LA artist’s new single landed them a record deal and radiates the pride that comes with recovery

Teezo Touchdown: meet the Texas provocateur opening Tyler, The Creator’s tour

The Texas-born rapper's freewheeling experiments with rap and pop-punk has won him fans in Tyler, The Creator and Chance The Rapper

spill tab: playful and unpredictable alt-pop joy from LA

After navigating the less glamorous areas of the music industry, the LA-based artist puts the power of collaboration at the heart of her forthcoming debut EP

Allison Ponthier: “I don’t think people are wired to want to be totally vulnerable on stage”

The Texan artist on how moving from the Bible Belt to New York allowed her to create stellar country-pop EP 'Faking My Own Death'

NOISY: “We just want to be three new faces to the world”

After undergoing a genre-busting reinvention, the Worthing-based trio now want to bring their love of rave culture to the mainstream

SHERELLE: “The government has failed the music scene in a massive way”

The London DJ and producer on how learning to make music helped her deal with the anxiety of having an “unviable” career during lockdown.

Latto: “For female rappers, this stuff doesn’t happen overnight. Period”

After overcoming controversy with a new moniker, the record-breaking Atlanta rap star is ready to accelerate towards a brighter future

Olivia Dean: “I make music to be performed live – without that it felt a bit incomplete”

The fast-rising London artist details her upcoming new EP 'Growth' and explains why she considers herself to be "a songwriting sieve"
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