As pop music continues its adventure to become even more experimental throughout 2016, UK-via-Iceland trio Dream Wife
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After forming back in 2014, London-outfit Hidden Charms have found themselves on a steady incline ever since thanks t
After winning Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent award last year, Declan McKenna has quickly become one of the UK
Making yourself noticed in the commercial pop world is harder than it has ever been.
Despite only having a couple of tracks to their name so far, Leeds-based outfit Modern Pleasure have certainly been r
Having originally been a professional recording artist under her own name, Kiara Saulters has spent the last few year
Having been fairly active for the last couple of years, Bath-based outfit Bad Sounds have only really made themselves
Keeping an anonymous persona in the music industry does have its merits.
After setting the British musical zeitgeist ablaze with their single 'Priestess' at the end of last year, Pumarosa we
When the cat's away, the mice will play.
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