MNEK’s “Wrote A Song About You” is possibly the most upbeat heartbreak video ever
Kate Boy has finally returned with massive new single “Self Control”
Continuing to allude genre definitions, listen to Elder Island’s “Garden”
Celebrating those who’ve got drive, Bannoffee unveils her “Got It” video
Enigmatic UK producer SOPHIE has returned with the sugar-coated “Lemonade”
Listen to astronomyy create a beautiful layering of harmonies in a new demo “There For U”
Celeste makes her debut with the sensualised pop-hymn, “Born Again”
Watch the wonderfully poised “Muscle” video from Gwilym Gold and Eddie Peake’s artistic project
Let Slow Magic’s “Hold On” fuel your obsession even further
The Grand Tour
The Grand Tour, as it says in the title, is a journey, and though Land Observations lead us through mostly plain sailing, there are a few bumps in the road.
With a six year gap since her last record, Jenny Lewis sounds ready to face what’s ahead more than ever before on The Voyager
Where have all the merrymakers gone?
Harvey Danger's Where have all the merrymakers gone? may not have originated the sound of a generation, but it certainly captured the voice of it.
FREEMAN presents us with a pretty respectable solo offering, one that will definitely please those with the patience to sit through a slow burner and enjoy its small surprises.
Camera Obscura at Thalia Hall Chicago (7/25)
Indie-pop legends Camera Obscura put on a heartfelt and goosebumps-inducing show at Chicago's Thalia Hall.
Pitchfork Music Festival: Day Three (7/20)
Pitchfork Music Festival ends with a series of sizzling acts, mixing electronic lovechild Grimes with hip-hop princelings Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q.
Prelow bring a subtle blend of pop, indie & RnB - think the love child of Two Door Cinema Club meets The Neighbourhood.
Spring King deliver an eclectic mix of rock’n’roll, punk, indie, shoegazer and that all important garage sound into one.
Emilie Nicolas has an intimate and vulnerable, yet defiant and supremely confident sound with sparsely skittering percussion and gently pulsing synths.
#Xl is a mysterious duo that hails from a place that's spelt the same forwards and backwards and give us the perfect poolside track.
Gengahr are definitely not ghost pokemon, but a collective from Stoke Newington who make wonderfully soulful quiet indie music.
18+ have devised a style as sexually explicit as their name suggests, blending electronic RnB beats with lyrical explorations of lust, fantasy and voyeurism.
On The Record
Our favourite albums, artists and songs
Trouble in Paradise
SongShura’s second single “Just Once” is a painfully beautiful sphere of chilled synth-pop