Tonight is proof that she doesn’t need to pick a side, a genre or a style.
The daughter of Hollywood royalty, working with Aaron Dessner and making big waves, it’s all going on for Gracie Abrams.
Freshly inked with Dirty Hit - home of The 1975, Wolf Alice and Beabadoobee - it’s safe to say that alt-popster Wallice is on the right track to hit the very top.
Remi Wolf may not consider herself strictly ‘a pop star’, but with one of the biggest, most fun records of the year so far, we certainly do. There’s no room for boring here.
Bring Me The Horizon do everything to make sure that, if this was their last time on stage, they’d be going out at the peak of their power.
Debut album 'Kid Know' made Conan Gray a star. Now, with its follow up approaching, he's determined to keep it real.
A usually dead Sunday morning shift isn't going to go down quietly.
Though travel restrictions may have limited some of his peers' appearances, KennyHoopla is more than a match for the festival all by himself.
Four albums in, and CHVRCHES have probably been through the toughest part of their story to date. Returning with their new full-length ‘Screen Violence’, they’re backing down for nobody.
Wolf Alice are returning with a new opus right at the time we need them most. Head away for a ‘Blue Weekend’ with one of the very best bands on the planet.