BRIT Rising Star winner, Griff, speaks to Notion about her new mixtape, her surreal shout out from Taylor Swift, the importance of producing her own music, and why she just wants to write the best, most honest pop songs she can.
Whether it’s discovering art, travelling the world or working through a breakup, MARCELO DE LA VEGA is channelling his experiences through experimental alt-pop.
While most of us spent the past year doing the bare minimum, Sad Night Dynamite were dreaming up a cinematic, dystopian vision with their self-titled debut mixtape. This year, they’re laying plans to pull us further into the vortex.
With his dreamy debut EP 'D.R.I.S.T.', singer-songwriter Karl Benjamin is issuing a call for connection.
As the first person to have appeared as both a character on FIFA and have his music soundtrack the series, Kamakaze is the footballer and rapper making his own rules in the game.
With her spellbinding debut album Mt. Pleasant, COSHA is in full bloom.
Transcending categorisation completely with his eclectic range of influences, Oliver Malcolm is carving a path that's entirely his own, open to anyone who's down for the ride.
Meet AG CLUB: the expansive Bay Area hip-hop collective inviting you to check your expectations.
Bringing unmatched energy with a frenetic fusion of rap and indie pop, Master Peace is hitting heavy with his EP, 'Public Display of Affection'. He chats about experimenting with his sound and subverting expectations.
With dreamy soundscapes stretching from indie to soul, rising artist MYSIE is commanding centre stage with her new EP, 'Undertones'.
Lauren Isenberg, better known as RENFORSHORT, creates soul-baring songs that tackle youth, anxiety, romance, restlessness, and self-image. Chatting to NOTION, she talks navigating social media, keeping it candid in her music and her new EP.
Speaking to her friend and collaborator PROTOJE, Jamaican artist LILA IKÉ reflects on the importance of mentorship and learning to master patience.
In a world where you can be anything… be camp. Be camp as f**k. Thankfully this group of breakout bop droppers and drag slayers don’t need to be told the brief twice.