The moody Latinx musician combines his Mexican heritage with of-the-moment atmospherics on his début album, Para Mí.
On his début album Hypersonic Missiles, the English rocker tackles the zeitgeist and the issues of the day from working-class alienation to white privilege on his blistering tracks.
On his new EP Black Moses, the Los Angeles-based musician continues his journey unpacking his personal struggles with his infectious tracks and invigorating live performances.
After her second self-released single “Only You” started racking up millions of streams, the young musician went from working at McDonald’s to releasing her début EP Junk, combining massive pop hooks with an unerring sense of optimism about the power of staying true to yourself.
Raised between Colombia and Virginia, the musician mixes genres and styles in her lush songs, pulling from her own experience to offer a response to contemporary life.
On his self-titled début album, the English singer-songwriter offers a collection of jangly, catchy indie pop tunes touched with a hint of melancholy as he seeks to connect with his listeners.
On her bilingual, genre-spanning debut EP LuvHz, the ukulele player pushes the boundaries of pop and electronic music, pulling from a diverse range of influences to fulfill her wildly creative curiosity.
With influences ranging from jazz and indie rock to classical music, the London-born-and-bred guitarist and songwriter is creating a new sound through a synthesis of raw emotions and sparse melodies.
With the release of her début album Keepsake, the Australian dream pop prodigy establishes herself as a major player in the new wave of female-fronted, guitar-focused bands with her ethereal, haunting shoegaze classics.
The celestial highs and lows well known to festivalgoers reached new extremes at the nineteenth edition of Barcelona’s famous weekend-long celebration by the sea.