Featured artist

Featured artist: Pure Joy

Not to be mistaken with the late-eighties Seattle college-rock band of the same name, Merseyside trio Pure Joy are purveyors of blissed out indie-pop and mellow psychedelia. Don't miss.

Featured artist: Jammz

Jammz is grime's pirate radio king, currently on tour and with his Underdog Season mixtape almost due to to drop...

Featured artist: Bossy Love

1/2 mechanical scientist, 1/2 BBQ restauranteur, Bossy Love are flipping expectations rather than burgers with their neon fusion of r’n’b and electro. File as ‘ones to watch’…

Featured artist: Pumarosa

SXSW-bound London quintet Pumarosa describe their sound as 'industrial spiritual’ - which seems about right for their unique brand of electric euphoria and unfastened indie...

Featured artist: Clean Cut Kid

Clean Cut Kid are a Liverpudlian quartet who're mixing up their love of Shura, Tame Impala & Courtney Barnett into a cock-rock cocktail of blistering hooks and tropical licks.

Featured artist: Alexander Bone

Alexander Bone is a prodigious jazz talent who's performed at the BBC Proms, the whole gamut of UK jazz festivals and has recorded with Nile Rodgers and Rudimental. This one's going places...

Featured artist: Sauna Youth

Crunchy, wonky punk-rock quartet Sauna Youth peddle the sort of compact intensity and bruising riffs that wouldn't sound out of place on a Stiff Records compilation circa 1977...

Featured artist: Girls Names

Girls Names are an arty, angular indie-rock quartet from Belfast. Don't miss their upcoming tour, which will see them bringing their lean, muscular sound to 10 venues across the UK, starting this week.

Featured artist: Jorja Smith

Unsigned R&B wunderkind Jorja Smith is a classy, sassy proposition whose debut track Blue Lights offers a powerful antidote to 2016’s over-primped pop and vocodered vocals...

Featured artist: Kojey Radical

Creative with a capital C, Kojey is a political poet, musician and visual artist whose sound touches on the grime, trap and alt-R&B of his London home. Expect big things from his next release.