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Rose Gray: Screamadelica-inspired anthemic rave-pop

The Londoner is injecting some much-needed optimism with her upbeat rave-inspired dream-pop mixtape

Sprints: Dublin’s next no-fucks-given guitar heroes

When normality resumes Sprints look set to be the latest in line to burst out of Dublin’s thriving music scene

Bartees Strange: The Washington, D.C. artist bending genres to build his own uncompromising world

The artist's forthcoming debut album 'Live Forever' follows hot on the heels of his acclaimed EP of National covers

Roscoe Roscoe: Searing hot neo-psychedelic rock from Hackney

Here's the first word on the Hackney's Roscoe Roscoe, whose Slow Dance debut is a compelling introduction

FRITZ: Sticky-sweet grunge-pop turning teenage boredom into a rallying cry

Here's the first word on the Newcastle's (no, the other one) FRITZ, whose GarageBand recordings are resonating worldwide

Yard Act: Brutally hilarious No Wave-tinged bangers embracing political divides

The Leeds gang's first two singles are groovy, hardened and confront political divides with a knowing smirk

Phoebe Green: Empowering pop that both bares the soul and takes the piss

Meet the Manchester-based artist who's teamed up with The Big Moon’s Juliette Jackson for her towering new single