It’s been a long time coming… After half a year away, weekly records roundups are finally back.
Tash Williamson reviews Glasgow’s first TRNSMT festival back in 2017.
The Glastonbury line-up has now been announced, with Kylie Minogue taking the “legend slot” on Sunday afternoon.
With a BRITs British Breakthrough Award and collaborations with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, Jorja Smith is one to watch in 2019 and beyond.
Mainstream music is often dismissed as generic and boring, lacking any real substance, but is it really all that bad?
Stormzy has been announced as the first ever grime MC headliner at Glastonbury.
Sziget Festival features Gorillaz and Arctic Monkeys, alongside pop superstar Dua Lipa.
With a festival and record label already under the #Merky belt, Stormzy is set to launch a publishing imprint under the same name, he announced yesterday.
Having sold out tickets within two days of DJ Khaled’s headline set announcement, Finsbury Park’s Wireless Festival has put together a line-up of artists obviously in high demand.
Maddi Howell reviews the collaborative track from the Brits Critics Choice winner for 2018 and King of grime.
And the first Brit of the year was awarded!
With awards season just around the corner, here are all the fresh tracks from some of your favourites!
James Barker looks at Michael Owuo’s groundbreaking debut, No. 9 in this year’s Albums of the Year.
Nadia Rose chats festivals, future plans, and a pinch of her feminist philosophy.