Wonderland chats with JoJo about Mad Love, her first album in over a decade, and the long fight it’s been to get here.

Swedish Frankenstein-pop master Mavrick is a law unto himself.

All killer no filler, here’s our weekly guide to everything worth hearing.

Elysia Crampton is the sound of now — whatever that is.

Nic Fanciulli’s earth rattling, genre-hopping techno knees up The Social Festival returns this September.

Imani Williams makes sangria-soaked rhythms for the hottest summer in history.

Join the 8.5 million who’ve fallen for Lindsey Stirling.

Abi Ocia is West London’s new soul-filled R&B princess.

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”.

Our indispensable guide to everything worth hearing.

Enter warm-hearted radio crooner, Jodie Abacus.

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.

Stealing our hearts with her authentic attitude and moody vocals is 21-year-old London artist, Nilüfer Yanya.

Vanessa White brings us back down to earth with “Low Key” Feat. Illa J.

Treat your ears to DOOXS’s icy electronica and minimal beats with their new track “Dirt”.

Dark and heartful, here is singer-songwriter Jerry Williams’s “Let’s Just Forget It”.

Meet Instagram’s Father of the Year, LA’s wavy-maned model and musician, Benny Harlem.

Meet spellbound witch-pop duo Let’s Eat Grandma, who recorded their debut LP in a nuclear bunker in rural Norwich.

Meet electro-pop’s new Scandi ice queen.

Refugee, political fire-starter, earth-shaking pop icon. This September, MIA returns with her fifth and final fuck you, AIM.

Lily Walker unpacks the fascinating, raw story of singer Kelsey Lu, who soundtracked Grace Wales Bonner’s SS17 showcase this year.

Octopuses saving bees? All will become clear once you listen to this neo-psychedelic-pop-rock band from Brighton.

We follow Stay Bless on a trip down musical memory lane to celebrate his new track, “Shadows”.

With over 10 million record sales to her name, this year pop maestro Birdy is flying high.

 Singer songwriter Tor Miller shows us what days lie ahead an overnight success.

Juju. Piano Voodoo. Whatever kind of music Klein is making, we’re brainwashed.

Sex symbol, screen star and chart stormer: enter the steamy confines of 2016’s American Idol, Nick Jonas.

King Deco takes the crown with her empowering indie pop anthem, “Read My Lips”.

Compulsory listening, here is the week’s best new music.

Yuna, the mesmeric Malaysian singer-songwriter.

Grab some popcorn and dim the lights for Bastille’s silver screen-themed, five star playlist.

Journey to the East with North London duo IDER’s newest track “King Ruby”.

Take a listen to this week’s #wonderlist, our guide to everything worth hearing.

“Why Not” go ahead and bask in some wavey tunes from North London, workaholic MC, Capo Lee.

Meet the party crew making a big splash on the London club scene.