Latest from Chris Gillett
‘I Know Alone’ is not only the best song on the record, but one of the best of the year.
Formerly known as MMXJ, the producer decided to adopt a new stage name with his latest EP, which is more personal and involves more collaboration than his previous work.
The Toronto-born rapper has released a series of songs from his upcoming third album, ‘Power’
The New York duo have been live-streaming DJ sets and releasing new music for the last 150 days.
The title track ‘Forbidden Lovers’ on his newest release is dedicated to lovers separated by physical boundaries, norms and laws
Swift only gave hours’ notice that she would drop the surprise album, which she worked on during Covid-19 quarantine
A welcome release from the honey-voiced Brit.
The release features Amy Winehouse and R'n'B vibes
Another set of bangers from the boys
The singer-songwriter is launching an optimistic new start with her single ‘Serenade’
SVT are back again, and despite a rocky start, the mini-album reminds us why they’re power players
It’s hard to find fault with this latest release.
Debut singles ‘Meet Me Tonight’ and ‘All In’ have accrued more than 100,000 streams on Spotify.
The group puts together a diverse mix of sounds and genres without losing a sense of purpose
Stuck inside due to the coronavirus pandemic, the duo is finding other ways to be creative
The 19-year-old talks fan reactions and overcoming her fears.
Opener ‘Candy’ features soft-synths and sweet pop sound
‘Rain on Me’ and ‘Sour Candy’ are standout tracks in sixth studio album
It doesn't have as much variety as its predecessors, but it shows consistency
The 24-year-old, also known as Nik Diamondidis, quit his job to move to New York City and pursue music full-time.
Womxn singer Lapsley talks about finding new ways to be creative, and trusting in what time brings
Songs such as Quiet Down and Puzzle Piece show willingness to experiment with different sounds.
The 19 year-old says he's "disappointed" in how few Asian artists are speaking out against online abuse during the coronavirus pandemic.