Ruthven – Evil

JJ Draper – In Visions

Baum – Effortless

Ruthven – Evil

The Paul Institute's first venture turns out to be a success

Liz Lawrence – Chainsmoking

The former Cash+David member goes solo with tonnes of heart

Maths Time Joy – Only You (feat. JMR)

The world's hottest producer conjures more magic

JJ Draper – In Visions

We get to grips with a fine new London talent

Baum – Effortless

Effortless is the right word for this cracking little gem

Chelsea Lankes – Matches

Strike this one up for some pop heat

REVIEW: Paloma Faith – The Architect

An eccentric spider-diagram of a record that only slightly under-delivers on its promise

REVIEW: Tove Lo – Blue Lips

Rounded, hedonistic, and relentlessly brilliant pop from one of the genre's best

REVIEW: Charlotte Gainsbourg – Rest

Endearing if unremarkable bilingual pop romps

REVIEW: Taylor Swift – Reputation

Disposable Gretchen Wieners-pop for the rightfully scorned

REVIEW: Maroon 5 – Red Pill Blues

A surprisingly sound round of pop that's hard to be mad at

REVIEW: Sam Smith – The Thrill Of It All

By all means move at a glacial place, you know how that thrills us

UPCOMING: Essie Holt

A shiny new pop talent emerges from Melbourne way

GUEST MIX: Knightstown

Michael Aston joins our Spotify series in style

LIVE REVIEW: Muna, Heaven, 31/10/17

A huge night of gothic camp and raw emotion, says Ed Nightingale

PODCAST: Episode 8 – Chloe Howl

We round off the first series of podcasts with an exceptionally frank Ms Howl

INTERVIEW: George Maple

"I feel like the end of this album is the first step of me being honest with myself as Jess and as George"

In Defence of Katy Perry’s Bon Appetit

Why we think this could be Katy Perry's latest, potentially most exciting era