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Featured artist: Bo Rocha

Bo Rocha is a new venture from former Mt.Wolf vocalist Kate Sproule, which tests the lines between dark electronics, alt-R&B and power-pop. One of 2016's biggest finds so far...

Featured artist: Kemal Yusuf

Kemal Yusuf is one of the UK's brightest young composers. Aided by his unique ear and loose approach to genre, he's dabbling in musical theatre, jazz, filmscores and now large-scale orchestral works...

Featured artist: Billie Marten

Teenage songwriting protégé Billie Marten has been tearing up the airwaves with her delicately deconstructed folk-pop since 2015. Now signed to Chess Club Records, we tune into an artist on the up and up...

Featured artist: Tony Njoku

We get to know the electronic soul of producer Tony Njoku – he’s been tipped by Fat Cat Records and is playing the Green Man Festival after winning their new talent competition…

Featured artist: Austin Ato

Austin Ato is a new producer making big room house with an even bigger heart. Get to know him and his ace Break My Fall EP, out now on TMT Records…

Featured artist: Shame

Shame are a gnarly five-piece who count Fat White Family and Mica Levi among their cohorts Don't miss their squalid South London sound on the festival circuit this summer.

Featured artist: Loose Meat

London duo Loose Meat are rewiring downbeat sonics with their self-titled debut out via Whipped Cream Records. Fans of wonky electronica should definitely have a butchers…

Featured artist: TUSKS

Having come of musical age on a diet of James Blake, Daughter and London Grammar, singer songwriter TUSKS carries all the hallmarks of late night London. Don't miss her new EP, out next month on One Little Indian.

Featured artist: Kelly Lee Owens

Daniel Avery cohort Kelly Lee Evans creates serene electronics imbued with deep bass and gossamer vocals. Don't miss her mesmerising live show at The Great Escape later this week...

Featured artist: Ulrika Spacek

Weightier than your average motorik noisemakers, Ulrika Spacek’s sound undulates under layers of crashing guitars and knotty drums, bringing an authentic edge to their Deutsche-indebted mission.