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Featured artist: Sink Ya Teeth

Sink Ya Teeth are Maria and Gemma, a pair of music makers channelling the spirit of ESG and Grace Jones into their low slung indie electro. Check out debut If You See Me...

Featured artist: Low Island

New Oxford four-piece Low Island deal in broken down house and heart-gutting harmonies. It’s a winning formula that's attracted comparisons to Caribou, Radiohead and even Arthur Russell...

Featured artist: Oh Wonder

Oh Wonder are Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht, a London-based duo making super-classy synth-pop. Get embroiled in their brand new track, Ultralife, but be warned, it's a proper earworm...

Featured artist: Young Yizzy

Seventeen-year-old rapper Young Yizzy riffs on the energy of Ghetts and Devlin, but it's his own fearless wit that shouts the loudest. Get to know this Glasto Emerging Talent Competition finalist...

Featured artist: Cassels

Public service punk duo Cassels have been described as the most ferocious thing to emerge from Chipping Norton since Rebekah Brooks. With a taut new album dropping this Friday, we're inclined to agree...

Featured artist: Vula Viel

Vula Viel is the brainchild of Bex Burch, a classically trained percussionist whose music buzzes off the bell patterns of Ghanaian beatmakers. Don't miss her blissful balafons and rhythmic bedlam...

Featured artist: Shaking Chains

Shaking Chains are a new Manc four-piece whose street-wise spoken word and lean guitar spikes are a musical shot in the arm for fans of austere rock ‘n’ roll...

Featured artist: Rude Kid

UK grime producer and Kiss Radio host Rude Kid will be flying the flag for the sound this week at SXSW thanks to PRS Foundation backing. We get to know the architect of grime's future...

Featured artist: L.A. Salami

Londoner L.A. Salami is Lookman Adekunle Salami, a angsty folk-rock troubadour bound for SXSW, whose sound sits somewhere between the depression-era dust bowl and the agit-folk of Jeffrey Lewis.

Featured artist: Spinning Coin

Glasgow fourpiece Spinning Coin specialise in unhurried indie and shoegaze socialism. Having just found a home at The Pastels' revived Geographic imprint, they're gently rocking our world this week...