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Hip hop’s man of mystery Rejjie Snow strikes again with a sleek, haunting new single, Pink Beetle.
More retro-rock, less indie-pop, with the release of their third album Gameshow, reintroduce yourself to Two Door Cinema Club.
Get into the groove with Artificial Pleasure’s “I’ll Make It Worth Your While.”
Songwriter and producer JKAY and Shola Ama join forces for new single “Danger.”
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Nathalia Bruno aka DRIFT’s “Black Devotion” LP is an ethereal electronic masterpiece, check out her video for track “Say It Right” now.
The debut release from SVFARI “Beautiful Human” is raw, blunt and emotional R&B.
Tuff City Kids and Joe Goddard have put together the ultimate electronic house track “Tell Me”.
Sevdaliza proves herself to be the queen of mechanical instrumentation with “Time”.
Electronic producer and vocalist Jason Nolan is taking centre stage with his new EP “Wonder Years”.
IMG-signed model wonder and one half of playful indie outfit Cambio Sun, John Cleworth is a curiously shadowy new poster boy.
Wonderland chats with JoJo about Mad Love, her first album in over a decade, and the long fight it’s been to get here.
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Nic Fanciulli’s earth rattling, genre-hopping techno knees up The Social Festival returns this September.
Leon Power’s new release “Blind” is magical chilled downtempo R&B. Wonderland get to know him a little better.
For the past few years Berlin’s Creamcake club nights have been an IRL home to some of the most exciting currents in the online music underground.
Louisa Johnson’s debut X-Factor appearance last year left the show’s judges so slack-jawed they jokingly considered ending the series there and then.
Fresh from a four year battery-charging sabbatical, Emeli Sandé is back with a fresh, Stevie Wonder-approved sound.
Beware of Bastille – they’ll possess your heart and your soul with the spooky music video for their second single, “Send Them Off”.
From the wilderness to the recording studio, meet the Swedish singer penning tracks to scream along to.
A black eye and a bruised heart: Dan Smith is Bastille’s doom-dwelling front figure.