Featured artist

Featured artist: PicaPica

Brand new Rough Trade signing PicaPica is the brainchild of lucid singer-songwriters Samantha Whates and Josienne Clarke, whose Appalachian-tinged acoustics are spiked with radiating harmonies.

Featured composer: Dominic Wills

Dominic Wills is a teenage prodigy who's accrued a slew of accolades over the last couple of years as the industry switches on to his rare talents. Expect big things in 2018...

Featured artist: Zilla

Having written for the likes of Tinie Tempah and Wretch32, classically trained pianist turned electro-surrealist Zilla is taking centre stage in 2017 with her avant garde pop sonics...

Featured artist: Mabel

The daughter of Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey is blazing her own trail with her intoxicating R'n'B infused pop sound.

Featured artist: AK/DK

Party-starting Brightonian synth-smiths AK/DK sound like Devo on medication for acute attention deficit disorder – and it’s pure genius! Get involved when they hit the road this week...

Featured artist: Keto

Self-described as 'a fresh and quintessentially English take on millennial folk', Keto's sound is wrapped in lush orchestration, with swathes of violin and strings arranged around her delicate vocals.

Featured artist: Suzi Wu

Not one to mince her words or muddle her rhymes, Suzi’s urban yarns spill over with the biting legitimacy of early punk. Don't miss her debut brew Teenage Witch...

Featured artist: Superorganism

Weird, wonky and totally off-kilter, Superorganism are a mysterious eight-piece international collective who make addictive kaleidoscopic pop.

Featured artist: Farm Hand

Real life Farm Hand, Mark Daman Thomas, relocated from Cardiff to the country to percolate his pastoral psychedelia. Good job! It's a heady brew and it's landing soon via his very own Shape Records...

Featured artist: Magic Mountain

'We’ve been set free to shred!' says Magic Mountain's Lins Wilson. And with the trio combining elements of their respective bands Grammatics, Menace Beach and Pulled Apart By Horses, who are we to argue?