Featuring singles 21, Long Sleeves and I miss you, I’m sorry, the seven-track EP is a polished debut collection that lets Abrams’ crystal clear vocals shine.
It’s three for three for the sisters of HAIM as Women in Music Pt. III artfully blends their brand of pop rock together with embellishments of ska and disco.
On her fourth studio album, British singer Jessie Ware finally and fully gives her fans what they’ve been asking for: a collection embracing her flirtations with dance music.
Moving away from the folk sounds that characterised much of her debut album, Bridgers’ long awaited follow-up is a sparse, atmospheric odyssey.
Two years after their debut album, Chloe x Halle are back stronger and more assured than ever with Ungodly Hour, a non-stop collection of R&B gems.
It’s Pride Month, and there’s no better way to celebrate than to dive into the discography of these out and proud, LGBTQ+ artists.
The world first got its mainstream glimpse of Keiynan Lonsdale with his role in the coming-of-age film Love Simon, but in reality, the 28-year-old actor, dancer and singer-songwriter’s career goes way back.
Paws up, armour ready, it’s time for a trip to the land of Chromatica.