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The Rhythm Method Reminisce On Good Time Track “Sex And The Suburbs”
The springy, disco-lite number is taken from the London band's debut album. Here are some more facts about the pop duo.
Take a Minute To Soak Into Hak Baker's Moving "Wonderland" Video
Baker continues with his unique singer-songwriting style, reminding us why he's one of the best at doing what he does, in the UK, today.
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Kadiata Brings Fresh Colour to UK Rap Music
The self-taught producer and artist is creating his own alternative sound, while working with some of the UK's up-and-coming musicians.
I Tried to Listen to Vampire Weekend’s 120-Minute Promo ‘Song’
They've used a clever bit of marketing to tease track "Harmony Hall," proving how they became the massive band from that blogspot era.
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Nilüfer Yanya's "In Your Head" Is a Bold, Fierce Track Built to Go Off
The innovative Londoner delivers her best track to date, suitably leading up to all the sweaty moments you'll hear it live.
Babeheaven Pair Dark, Intimate Songs with Warm IRL Personalities
We're premiering "November", the next dreamy and atmospheric track from the London duo's debut EP.
Obongjayar Signs Off This Era with Compelling Track "Never Change"
Coming with a visually arresting video directed by Duncan Loudon, it's a lush and energetic end to the year for the promising young artist.
AJ Tracey's Gone Back to His Grime Roots With "Doing It"
The icy, Swifta Beater-produced track premiered last night at a west London skatepark, where the UK artist announced his debut album.
Yellow Days Has the Weight of a Sad Generation on His Shoulders
His new tune, "What’s It All For", is a funky if slightly blue number about those stresses and strains, which he spoke about in our interview.
Miink Is Building a Body of Impressive, Genre-Spanning Music
The soulful London-based musician creates as people should: thinking that what he makes will last forever.
Holy Shit, Listen to Drake and Bad Bunny's Joyous New Single "MIA"
Drizzy hops on "MIA" with Bad Bunny and the result is everything you expected.
And, Breathe: Gallant's Soothing Collaboration With Sufjan Stevens is Here
Get ready to feel things.
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