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slenderbodies – Take You Home

Sterling indie-pop from a rising duo

New Music Friday: Chance The Rapper, Billie Eilish, Tanners, & more

Rounding up the best of the week, all in one place

Rén with the Mane – Changes

Another tremendous chapter for a future queen

j.ember – Something More

A smoky confessional brimming with talent

Storme – Starlight

Starlight, burning really rather bright

Emma Louise – Mexico

By far the most stunning song you'll hear the week

REVIEW: Wet – Still Run

An admirable progression from a wayward debut

REVIEW: Years & Years – Palo Santo

A triumph of pop that conquers even their own debut

REVIEW: Gorillaz – The Now Now

A bright collection that could well be their best yet

REVIEW: Bebe Rexha – Expectations

You know what they say: no expectations, no disappointment. And yet here we still are.

REVIEW: The Carters – Everything Is Love

An expression of solidarity and vulgar excess, and somehow still great listening

REVIEW: Christina Aguilera – Liberation

If this is the sound of being free, we'd sooner take up residence in the Fritzl basement

UPCOMING: Odette

We get to know Australia's finest new songwriter

GUEST MIX: Drones Club

The electronic act curate an exclusive playlist for our series

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 16 – Lucy Rose

Things get deep in the last episode of our current series

INTERVIEW: Emily Burns

We catch up with the rising talent ahead of her mini-album release

GUEST POST: Betty Who

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