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Bringing you the week's finest new music once again

Opia – Four Winds

Get these Four Winds beneath your wings

Axel Mansoor – Father Time

A shift in gear results in acoustic glory

Gilligan Moss – Want U So Bad

Your summer officially starts right here

G Flip – Killing My Time

Flip mode squad going two-for-two

Couros – Undertone (feat. Alyss)

Now he's caught you in the Undertone

REVIEW: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

A grown-up dose of reassurance from the northern tearaways

REVIEW: Charlie Puth – Voicenotes

The kid that isn't Shawn Mendes does more than alright for himself

REVIEW: Beach House – 7

A welcome shift in sound rewards the patience of years

REVIEW: Leon Bridges – Good Thing

An enjoyable album but with too many missed opportunities

REVIEW: Tove Styrke – Sway

Eight tracks of sizzling pop that are impossible to fault

REVIEW: Anne-Marie – Speak Your Mind

Ciao, Adios, we're done

UPCOMING: Rahh

Rahh, rahh, siss-boom-bah

GUEST MIX: Tyne

Cambridge's finest stops by to share a playlist of her favourite songs and influences

LIVE REVIEW: Rae Morris, Heaven London, 28/3/18

Even Heaven feels small for a proper pop moment that belongs in the skies

PODCAST: Episode 14 – JONES

London's smoothest soul talent joins us to rate new music and discuss her London EP

INTERVIEW: JGrrey

We catch up with London's newest R&B/soul hot-tip

GUEST POST: Betty Who

Pop's Miss Congeniality shares her favourite 90s deep cuts & influences