London-based indie rock band Sorry craft sleazily hedonistic love songs that aren’t always what they seem.
On I Was Born Swimming, Ella O’Connor Williams a.k.a. Squirrel Flower considers the story of her own birth through the music she absorbed as a child.
St. Louis native Slayyyter is making posh pop that sounds like a bubbly chainsaw.
Dylan Brady and Laura Les of 100 gecs are breaking down pop music constructs and building them back up in their own warped vision.
The Montego Bay-raised artist Squash pushes rural Jamaica to the forefront of dancehall.
19-year-old Xanman is the most well-rounded DMV rap newcomer, equally effective at delivering comedy, horror, and romance.
After a few false starts, New Orleans singer Lucky Daye is finally making his mark, one cosmic ballad at a time.
beabadoobee, real name Bea Kristi, talks about touring with Clairo, signing to The 1975 label Dirty Hit, and plans for her "big boy" debut album.
After co-signs from Kanye West and Bon Iver, Velvet Negroni tells the story behind his ambitious debut album, NEON BROWN.
G Flip has spent the last three years trying to get her colossal drum fills and bulletproof hooks to the biggest audience possible.
Grace Ives speaks on how she uses music to work through her rage.
With just a handful of released songs, 19-year-old Nigerian artist Rema has already shown that his music has no bounds.