Joanna Magil discusses one of the biggest voices of diversity for this generation.
The enigmatic second half of The Books returns with the most obtuse and difficult album of the year.
Tom Hills reviews the return single from the ex-One Direction member.
Harry Fortuna reviews the Scottish trio’s latest release from the upcoming Love Is Dead.
David Mitchell-Baker reviews the sixth album from the Philly natives.
The Philadelphia quartet iterate on their sound in new ways, staying fresh and vital on every repeat listen.
After the viral success of ‘God’s Plan’, the Canadian rapper is serving up a second helping with his latest single.
In celebration of our upcoming diversity special issue, Film Editor David profiles the young boyband.
Singles, singles, singles! There’s hardly an album in sight as Sam Law runs down his pick of the week’s new music.
‘One Kiss’ is all it takes to transport you back in time.
Joe Williams reviews the debut studio album from the eccentric Queen of Rap.
The New Zealand psychadelics serve up lashings of style on their well-travelled fourth album.