Skepta, Jamie Woon, Kano and the 1975 are among the nominated artists for the Mercury Prize 2016.
The Invisible’s Dave Okumu is to release Oceans of Purple, a tribute to the late Prince with all proceeds going to music charity Nordoff Robbins.
Singer, songwriter and producer Pim Stones distills all the base elements of classic heartbreaker pop into stark, soulful simplicity. Think James Blake meets Lana del Rey...
Squiffy production and neon R&B funk are at the heart of Royce Wood Junior’s music. Mates with Jamie Woon and collaborator with the much loved Kwabs, he’s now going for it alone…
We meet Domzilla to learn about the duo's genre-hopping 21st century soul.
Fiercely intelligent, talented and unique artist Holly Walker will be releasing her debut EP, Bedroom Bangers through her own label, Hungry Bird Records, this June.
The edgy environment of a packed and sweaty Corsica Studios, under railway arches in South London's Elephant and Castle, is exactly where you would expect dubstep's latest face to launch his debut album Mirrorwriting.
M caught up with Cornelia Dahlgren - a Swedish singer, songwriter and producer known by the stage name Cornelia. Now firmly based in London, Cornelia runs an her own label - Camp Mozart. In addition she is one half of Social Monster - a remix duo with DJ Mooken Tooken.
In Cornelia's music you might find elements of electronic, experimental, pop, classical, hip hop and jazz music.
The brutal bass of dubstep has been tickling ribcages since the genre’s humble beginnings in Croydon circa 2001. It hasn’t had much of an impact on the charts though – until now. David Smyth charts the rise of the UK’s trendiest new dance phenomenon, led by a troupe of enigmatic producers and songwriters.…