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Review: Lil Ugly Mane’s ‘Ricochet’

What makes Travis Miller’s, better known as Lil Ugly Mane, recent direction in music so interesting is the way that he manages to build superficially colourful and light-hearted songs contrasted…

Review: Biig Piig’s debut album Bubblegum is both balanced and exuberant

Jessica Smyth, aka Biig Piig, released her debut album on 20th January. The Irish singer and rapper has been making music for some years, with her breakthrough single ‘Vice City’…

Blackstarkids CYBERKISS* – A Digital Landscape of Constructed Nostalgia?  

Blackstarkids, signed under the same label as Beabadoobee and Glass Animals, offer their listener many different styles on CYBERKISS*. The album takes you on a journey without subscribing to any…

In Conversation with Phoebe Hall

Last Friday (11th November) saw the release of my flatmate Phoebe Hall’s debut EP, Runaway. Signed to indie label Fear Records, who are based in Manchester, Phoebe is juggling the…

Coco and Clair Clair’s Sexy review

Coco & Clair Clair, with their sassy, self-obsessed lyrics and hyperpop sound, are the queens of bedroom pop. Their latest album Sexy encompasses their IT-girl personas with cheeky lyrics and…

SZA reintroduces herself on ‘Shirt’

5 years without a new SZA LP have been long and hard felt. Since 2017’s seminal Ctrl brought a new era of confessional R&B to the mainstream, SZA became the…

Connie Constance’s ‘Hurt You’ : the soundtrack to your ‘villain era’

The latest single and Connie-coined revenge banger: ‘Hurt You’ from English singer-songwriter Connie Constance takes us away to the magical pixie fairy land which she has established and nurtured since…

Olivia Dean makes a gorgeous comeback with new single ‘Danger’

Olivia Dean’s latest single ‘Danger’ is a beautifully crafted homage to the simultaneous risk and liberation of falling in love with someone who might be just right for you. Her…