South London's INFAMOUSIZAK is pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a rapper; ranging from a variety of slick beats whilst delivering a stylistic flow.
Soul-filled R&B songstress, Shay Lia, creates music that is intimate and soothing for her listeners. We have a chat as she shares her new EP 'Solaris'.
Kean Kavanagh invites both rebellion and the exploration of emotional turmoil with his heartfelt lyrics and a trouble-making alter-ego, Dog Person.
We chat with London musician on the rise, Olivia Dean, about the past, the present, and the future of her beautifully honest music.
Baby Rose has a voice that can transport you through space and time, wondering if you’re in a dimly-lit, smoky jazz bar instead of listening to Spotify on the floor of your room.
Leah Kate's latest EP, ‘Used To This’, is a true embodiment of her lifelong journey in search of confidence and self-identity paralleled by her IDGAF attitude.
With her rich vocals and poetic aptitude, Mali-Koa offers an open hand to her listeners through self-reflective analysis and emotional vulnerability in her music.
After years spent telling the stories of others, singer-songwriter Amy Allen is finally ready to tell her own.
We chat with Austrian producer, Alex The Flipper, as he releases his second EP 'Dream Come True Flippa'.
A lot of UK rappers take a while to find their own style but Deema, at just 20 years old, is already crafting a unique style and sound.
We dive into the life of Qhairo - who blends hip hop, soul and R&B with an identity as multi-faceted as his extraordinary debut project '60FOOTNOIR'.
Dylan Fraser is here and on the pulse, producing eclectic music as unapologetic as a face tattoo.
Why so serious? This is the question we’re asking of music, after experiencing the queer, delightful whirlwind that is Lynks (formerly Lynks Afrikka).