The youthful optimism and want for adventure is undeniable.
dodie's affecting style across 'Build A Problem' is a salve to soothe widespread worries.
'Room Service' has all the ingredients to get you over a break-up and on to your next crush.
Songs like ‘Malik’ and ‘Wood Boy’ ooze sex.
There’s little more relatable than redemption.
Carpetgarden has big main character energy; not only are they narrating their life, but they also want to soundtrack yours.
Woom’s indie folklore debut 'Into The Rest' is an EP like no other.
A Trojan horse for the frustrations and disappointments of transitioning into adulthood.
With such depth, it’s an album that both reveals and rewards.
India invites us to feel, go through the motions and come out the other side having learnt something from it.