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Romero: thrilling power-pop from Melbourne troublemakers

Hand-picked by Sheer Mag and Twin Peaks to support them live, Melbourne's Romero and their new single are about to make a name for themselves worldwide

Porij: genre-splicing art-pop ready made for the dancefloor

Manchester quartet Porij get excited about their upcoming mixtape 'Breakfast'

MONEYPHONE: forward-thinking pop championing friendship and community

Toronto duo MONEYPHONE are pushing pop forwards in wonky new directions with their frantic, fantastic new mixtape ‘Faith’.

Coach Party: Confronting inner demons with dancefloor-filling indie bangers

The Isle of Wight four-piece are fighting back against spiralling thoughts of self-doubt with their new track ‘Really OK On My Own’

Enny’s ‘Peng Black Girls’ is a joyous celebration of individuality

Enny bigs up her South East London community on her celebratory new single

CMAT: Dublin cowgirl turning shitposting into Americana bangers

Life lessons from Charli XCX, breakdowns in chicken shops and a Western-meets-Dublin barbecues music video, meet the Irish cowgirl who’s all about "bastardising" country music

Ruby Fields: strident garage-rock fuelled by self-improvement

The Aussie star's new song 'Pretty Grim' is a tale of betterment and improvement, all set to clattering guitars and sincere vocals

Courting: Unflinching social observations delivered with rampant sense of fun

The Liverpool four-piece are going studs-up on racism, hypocrisy and football culture with their fun and frantic brand of chaotic guitar music

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
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