Irish multi-instrumentalist Cian Ducrot reflects on darker times with his new track “fucked up all the time”.
Introducing Knucks, the north-west London rapper crafting laidback rhymes over smooth self-produced beats.
Putting the surreal at the forefront of her celestial pop music, former Chairlift member Caroline Polachek speaks to us about creating one of 2019’s most captivating albums.
Future pop star Ghita drops an emotional track about the end of a relationship, “Out Of My Life”.
South London MC Flohio is delivering turbo-charged tracks with her distinctive, disruptive flow.
Billie Eilish releases her highly anticipated Bond theme and joins the ranks of Adele and Sam Smith.
Dua Lipa goes femme fatale, and Ryan Beatty solidifies his place as queer pop's next hope: here's all the songs we've got on repeat in this week's Wonderlist.
Meet Sasha Keable, the young Londoner causing quite the stir with her combination of soul, RnB and Jazz, using her lyrical prowess to break down men, sex, Imposter Syndrome and more.
Kojey Radical is the eclectic renaissance man bringing a richly textured new sound to the British rap game and beyond.
Having written songs for the likes of Ariana Grande, Victoria Monét is on her own path to greatness.
Gap-toothed New York spitter Wiki talks about influence, the rise of female rappers, and why his new album, Oofie, is the embodiment of his New York.
Brockhampton get extraterrestrial in this week's top tunes, as well as new releases from Charli XCX, and Harry Styles
Fledgling musical duo Castles on their inspirations, “angsty alt-pop”, and reaching for the height of Queen.