Contributor Owen Trimming covers one of the UK’s most exciting festival’s of the year, Boomtown which takes place this August in Winchester
Jack Greeney meets with rising R&B star Mabel McVey before her set at neighbourhood Festival to talk Manchester, play counts, image, and background
The interplay between the xx’s members is evident in an album which is both instrumentally varied and emotionally intimate, making I See You their strongest album yet, writes James Gill
Her sister may have beaten her to the finish line, but Solange Knowles’ effort is more cohesive and understated
How To Dress Well’s new album is a mundane departure from the project’s alluring roots, writes Rosie Francesca Gill
Never one to be ostentatious, Jessy Lanza’s subtle second album flirts with R&B and Chicago house on a brilliant pop album that leans towards the dancefloor
R&B outfit The Milk embody the genre in the more traditional sense than in a Chris Brown kind of way.
Amidst his hectic tour schedule, Tom Walker sits down for a chat with contributor Alex Stagg before putting on an electric performance at the O2 Ritz.
Process is an emotionally bare and richly compelling debut album, writes Tara Bharadia
Despite some indications that Abel Tesfaye can supply the poetry and melodies he offered so effortlessly in previous work, he appears to have bitten off more than he can chew this time around
Warpaint could have easily rested on the laurels of their successful 2014 self-titled album, but have progressed nonetheless with a little bit of inspiration from their R&B idols