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Artist of the Week
Emerging just over a year ago with their suitably titled debut single 'Eureka Moment', London grunge-rock quartet The
Hailing from the musical reference point of the Southern US, Birmingham Alabama, synth-pop outfit Future Elevators ma
Having first emerged earlier this year with her brilliantly forward-thinking RnB track 'Blue Lights', up-and-coming s
One of the most exciting new acts for the year ahead is looking to be Welsh indie-rock outfit Estrons.
While Glasgow has always been the go-to city for new and interesting indie music, the city's latest export could just
Having been the brainchild producer behind many of today's biggest acts including Sam Smith, Jessie Ware and most rec
As we move closer to the Summer months (if not actually closer to Summer itself), we naturally start wanting a little
With rising stars such as George The Poet and Kate Tempest bringing musical poetry to a wider audience, the Australia
One name that keeps appearing throughout support slots and festival bookings at the moment seems to be US four-piece
The UK has never had a problem in creating forward-thinking and mind-bending producers, but it looks like we are goin
Having spent much of 2015 building her name and collaborating with other artists, it looks like this year is going to
Having spent the last few years going by the name Nimmo & The Gauntletts and peddling forward-thinking house music in
Since Royal Blood became one of the fastest selling acts in the UK's music history in 2013, the industry has begun to
While it may not the most pleasing of bands to admit to liking, the wonderfully tongue-in-cheek Slutface are just wha