Latest from Chris Gillett
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.
Popstars Jackson, Mark, JB, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam and Yugyeom add another hit to their amazing discography.
The band has dropped two new singles for loyal fans and new listeners. They said they’re excited to return to live shows after Covid-19.
The artist showcases her lyrical prowess on this ambient album.
The Aussie group proves they have room to grow on their fourth release.
The K-pop singer made a splash last year with his debut EP, but his follow up doesn't shake things up.
'Layers' shows the true talent of the 24-year-old star and reveals more of itself with each listen.
With more than 266,000 subscribers and 20 million hits, the independent musician says the site has made her self-reliant.
Having recently released new demos of her 2018 album 'Hunter', the songwriter has been named Ambassador for Independent Venue Week 2020
Indie-folkster showcases lyrical skills in beautiful single ‘How Can I’ and other easy-listening tracks.
In first album since marriage to Hailey Baldwin, the Canadian singer-songwriter plays it safe.
The follow up to 2015's 'Current' is a solid release worth listening to.
While many acts have cancelled gigs, we speak to two bands who feel people need music now more than ever.
While the K-pop giants deliver some excellent tracks, the album isn't as consistent as 2019's 'Persona'
While the first album from the former One Direction star shows promise, it sounds like he's still trying to find his identity.
Their first English album showcases their group and individual talents.
Mexican rockers headed to Hong Kong are inspired by the success and drive of fellow musicians they meet touring
The former 'Team B' from reality survival programme 'WIN: Who is Next' delivers lacklustre songs in mini-album.
In eighth EP, Sowon, Erin, Eunha, Yuju, SinB and Umji try out different styles and rhythms.