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Nicholas A. Beaver

Dark synth pop band Poliça combine forces with classical-contemporary outfit Stargaze to showcase their latest collaboration LP ‘Music For the Long Emergency’ at London’s Oval Space.

Having become French music critics’ darling and conquered his home nation’s charts, DJ and producer Petit Biscuit reveals what the rest of the world has to look forward to.

Enigmatic producer Petit Biscuit sprinkles the ‘Sunset Lover’ magic across his first full-length, packed full of hits and misses

"London’s brightest new festival” (if they don’t say so themselves), the newest, coolest kid on the capital’s festival block – once again rolled around to sunny Victoria Park.

It is no exaggeration to say that Citadel 2017 is a true cornucopia of everything everyone wants to do. Well maybe just a small one.

Royal Blood return with a crash and a bang as second album How Did We Get So Dark? oozes unabashed swagger.

Despite professional and personal heartache The Drums are stronger and more electric than ever with fourth LP Abysmal Thoughts.

London trio Theme Park make a fizzing return to the touring scene (and our lives) with their happy-go-lucky brand of indie pop, only this time with added synth and snare.

Citadel 2017: Foals, Bonobo, Wild Beasts, Laura Marling, Ry X, Michael Kiwanuka and others to play alongside a myriad of stages, classes, talks and food trucks.

Real Estate return with two new members and fourth album, In Mind, yet again providing their unique blend of comfortable, familiar dream pop.

The husband-and-wife duo’s fourth album bears witness to evolution and, in some instances, the lack thereof: in the band, in the industry,and in their music as an art form.

Rennen sees multi-talented musician, songwriter, producer and glitchy R&B purveyor SOHN return to basics in his own intricate and unique way.

The xx make their grand return with I See You, and it’s a far greater return than you might expect.

The soothing seventies melodies and beautifully sequinned shirts of Tennis’ ‘In The Morning I’ll Be Better’ video reminds us that everything, actually, will be alright.