An orchestral opening leads into hollow beats and fluttering synths on ‘Bones’, the latest release from Iceland’s Young Karin.
With a war drum beat, standout guitars and an almost choral vocal sound, True Noir sing a dark lullaby on ‘Creation’.
We get a visual insight into a day at one of the world’s leading festivals, via our previous New Noise band, ZIBRA.
Thought you’d had your fill of epic music videos after TayTay and Madge? You thought wrong. Rihanna has topped them all with BBHMM.
During the hottest week of the year, join us in cooling down by imagining life poolside, soundtracked by the best songs we discovered in June.
Keep on reading for our hump day present for you, London boy Kattison’s latest song premiere
Thousands flocked to Reykjavik to party for three days of straight sunlight with some of Iceland’s best bands. We caught up with our favourite five.
Joywave’s debut album is out this week and what better way to celebrate than with an exclusive remix of the track ‘Somebody New’ via Howson’s Groove.
Selling out London gigs, challenging folk and singing honest lyrics, we’re obsessing over girl trio Little May.
She’s known for being a dark soul and has a diverse list of influences. We take a look at “Carrion Flowers”, Wolfe’s most personal song to date.
We hung out with US trio Wet and found out about their onstage anxieties and the creation of their debut album Don’t You.
Rainbow-coloured mega babe Phiney Pettman aka Phiney Pet tells us all about her celeb coveted brand and illustrates five of the finest pop songs for us.
Anne-Marie takes us backstage once more with her latest release, “Gemini.”
Upon her return to her hometown of London, we’ve fallen for atmospheric pop newcomer, Bo Rocha.
Following on from his debut single, “Proud”, Sample Answer is back and he’s trying to be a “Good Boy”.
We give you the first-look at the alternative remix video for SIROJ’s single ‘Slowly’, which has been re-worked by House duo, 99 Souls.
MS MR escape the confines of their DIY studio to tell us about their new album How Does It Feel and their newfound metalhead fans.
Madonna has gone Swift on us with the star-studded video for her third track from her new album – “Bitch I’m Madonna”.
You’ve seen them onstage with Kanye at the Brits and they’re about to release their debut album The Long Way Home. We grab south London hip-hop duo Krept & Konan for…
With seamless vocals and style to die for, we’re all over electro-pop belle Quigley.
Chilling on a Tuesday? Bo Rocha’s debut track ‘Tangerine Flake” makes for the perfect audible accompaniment.
Following on from their debut single ‘Get Me By’, Boy Scout mark their return with yet more mesmerising sounds from their lo-fi studio set-up.
New girl on the block Anne-Marie charts her seven Wild Life highlights, from Soul II Soul’s killer set to performing on stage with Rudimental.
Space age motifs and frills Austin Powers would be jealous of: J.W. Anderson drops his Resort 2016 line of playful prints and swirling silhouettes.
Kate McGill and Daniel Broadley – of “melancholy indie-pop” outfit Meadowlark – stop by to tell us about the successes of their EP and their forthcoming album.
Over burgers and fries, Wonderland chats to the man behind Son Lux and the score producer of the upcoming teen flick, Paper Towns and his new record “Bones”.
In need of some musical moral support? Emmi shares with us her top 10 tracks to “help you get through”.
The man behind ‘Sturridge Dance’ JMC is back with another summer anthem, the aptly titled ‘Wonderland’ and we’re delighted to give you it’s debut airing.
Goth meets Hollywood glamour in Chloe Black. We sit down with the singer to investigate her obsession with the infamous 27 Club.
We premiere Superpoze’s minimix for his album, Opening alongside his seven picks of the best producers in France.
Scot four-piece Stillhound peek out from their mountain recording-retreat to tell us about their debut single ‘Seethe Unseen’.
We meet Bow boys Andy and James of HONNE to talk dream festival appearances and fainting fans.
Take a listen to what’s been tickling our ears over the last 7 days, including new sounds from Carly Rae Jepsen, Foxes and Shura.
We chat with Italian songstress Matilde Davoli about her hazy psych-folk sound and moving from the provinces to London.
When she isn’t working with Bret Easton Ellis or creative directing fashion shoots, New Zealand singer Tamaryn pens dark, drowned-out pop anthems that lurk in the mind.