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By Elise Cobain · 30 October 2014
Scraps have a modern 70's punk sound, bringing an authentic London-edge to this re-energised scene.
By Nicholas Rohaidy · 29 October 2014
Belle & Sebastian return with first dance-pop single "The Party Line" from upcoming album.
By Nicholas Rohaidy · 28 October 2014
Shamir dances with toy guns, paint-filled balloons, and a whip in XL debut song and video "On The Regular".
MØ steps in for the hook on Iggy Azalea's newest banger "Beg For It".
By Melissa Scheinberg · 28 October 2014
AlunaGeorge, Baauer, and Rae Sremmurd form an unlikely partnership, to create the absolutely massive "One Touch".
By Sam Friedman · 28 October 2014
Låpsley's "Falling Short" is a simple song with complex emotion, transfixing vocals, and electronic romance.
By Hannah Thacker · 28 October 2014
J Tropic adds "Who U Are" to debut "Love Up" and "Solid Gold" to complete his very first EP.
By Tim Cooper · 28 October 2014
Ultimate Painting sound like something unearthed from an archive of ancient psychedelic punk that's been gathering dust in a Californian LSD guru's vault since the 1960s.
By Hannah Thacker · 27 October 2014
The Jacob Robinson-directed video for Tourist's breathtaking single "Wait" is a hypnotic treat.
By Hannah Thacker · 24 October 2014
As we approach the release of Dream Mclean's Greyscale album, the British rap talent has decided to drop the heart-breaking narrative "Bruises" on us.
A tinny high-hat and Sango's lo-fi R&B vocalism sticks close to the listener in "Just, Hold On For A Second", but the pure ear gold can be found in the last 10 seconds.
By Hannah Thacker · 23 October 2014
Misun's "Superstions" is made up of a heavy-handed touch of 80s pop, smokey soul vocals and dancey backing.
T.O.L.D's video for "Lucifer's Eyes" is a second chance to immerse yourself in a dark-centered pool of steel drums and Faustian lyrics.
By Elise Cobain · 23 October 2014
As Elephants Are harness the British indie sound, with brilliantly produced future anthems that challenge the chart-toppers of the current scene.
By Josh Angehr · 22 October 2014
Oceaán has returned with another new track off of his upcoming Grip EP, "Veritas".
By Susan Kemp · 22 October 2014
Death From Above 1979 rose from the ashes last month with their first album in 10 years. But in this week's flashback, we take a look at the album that fueled their legacy: 2004's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine.