Hear the drummer get wicked on a whole new level. Dornik Leigh used to add percussive heft to Jessie Ware’s music, but his move to the front o(...)

There are many ways of dealing with writers’ block and in the case of Swedish pop magnifico Robyn, this meant intensive writing sessions with (...)

When it comes to annual state-of- the-techno-nation health checks, the Total compilations from Cologne’s Kompakt label are a good starting point fo(...)

Fatboy Slim is probably the artist most closely associated with Brighton’s Skint label, but he wasn’t the only horse in the stable. Initia(...)

Christopher Duncan’s debut album is as elegantly drawn and pitched as any set of architectural drafts you’re likely to see this year. A cl(...)

There is plenty of colour in Georgia Barnes’s back-pages, and the future looks equally bright. A former footballer with QPR and Arsenal, h(...)

LA-based producer Seven Davis Jr raises the funk banners at every juncture on a debut album that soars and swaggers with magical, mischievous,(...)

Musical kinks have served Sam Eastgate well. The eclectic electronic indie-pop of his previous band, Late of the Pier, was always out of s(...)

Sue Rynhart performing, with Dan Bodwell on double bass. Photograph: Aine O’Meara via Sue Rynhart

Music Month continues as Róisín meets Sue Rynhart, a young singer-songwriter with an ethereal voice. Her debut album Crosssings has received praise f(...)

This may be the most righteous compilation to come from the Soul Jazz stable to date, as they focus on links between the Rastafarian religion and r(...)