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  1. Krispy Kreme is the world’s best rapper and he’s committed one million crimes

    Krispy Kreme is the world’s best rapper and he’s committed one million crimes

    His song was first uploaded to YouTube in 2012, but it's attracting a lot of attention now

    Posted 21st July 2014

  2. Track of the day: ‘Black Out Days’ by Phantogram x Future Islands

    Track of the day: ‘Black Out Days’ by Phantogram x Future Islands

    Bright, shimmering synths replace the dark rock sound of the original version – the result is spectacular

    Posted 21st July 2014

  3. Cher Lloyd ‘Sirens’ review: recognisably Cher, but far more refined

    Cher Lloyd ‘Sirens’ review: recognisably Cher, but far more refined

    The brain-battering production of Swagger Jagger is a distant nightmare

    Posted 21st July 2014

  4. Track of the day: ‘Queen’ by Perfume Genius

    Track of the day: ‘Queen’ by Perfume Genius

    He's upped his game on the first song from his upcoming third album

    Posted 20th July 2014

  5. Cheryl Fernandez-Versini featuring Tinie Tempah ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ review

    Cheryl Fernandez-Versini featuring Tinie Tempah ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ review

    A more percussive, minimalistic approach from Cheryl, but it never takes off in the way you want

    Posted 20th July 2014

  6. Track of the day: ‘Muppet Babies’ by Scott Bradlee’s Saturday Morning Slow Jams crew

    Track of the day: ‘Muppet Babies’ by Scott Bradlee’s Saturday Morning Slow Jams crew

    They've turned their attention to Jim Henson's classic animated show this weekend

    Posted 19th July 2014

  7. Laura Mvula

    Countdown to Camp Bestival: Laura Mvula

    Her Sing to the Moon promises to be one of the weekend's most mesmerising moments

    Posted 17th July 2014

  8. Track of the day: ‘Changing’ by Sigma and Paloma Faith

    Track of the day: ‘Changing’ by Sigma and Paloma Faith

    This could be the song that gives Paloma the chart smash she deserves

    Posted 17th July 2014

  9. TenFiveSixty ‘Control’ / ‘Fire’ single review: darkly cinematic

    TenFiveSixty ‘Control’ / ‘Fire’ single review: darkly cinematic

    Their new double a-side is made for late summer nights at music festivals

    Posted 16th July 2014

  10. Summer festivals 2014: cheap stress-free flights to get you there faster

    Summer festivals 2014: cheap stress-free flights to get you there faster

    You could be there and unpacking your tent in no time...

    Posted 15th July 2014

  11. Tom the Lion

    Track of the day: ‘Wasting Sunlight’ by Tom the Lion

    A darkly atmospheric new song that will keep him lodged in our minds and ears

    Posted 14th July 2014

  12. Kingsland Road ‘Dirty Dancer’ review: one of the summer’s standout pop songs

    Kingsland Road ‘Dirty Dancer’ review: one of the summer’s standout pop songs

    Who knew the X Factor lads had this pop belter in them?

    Posted 14th July 2014

  13. Leah McFall ‘Home’ review: beautiful and eerie debut

    Leah McFall ‘Home’ review: beautiful and eerie debut

    One year on, Voice star Leah McFall has proven her worth as a singer-songwriter

    Posted 14th July 2014

  14. Nicole Scherzinger ‘Your Love’ review: she deserves better than this

    Nicole Scherzinger ‘Your Love’ review: she deserves better than this

    Four years into her solo career, Nicole's producers are still choosing cheapness over quality

    Posted 14th July 2014

  15. The rise of glamping: luxury camping at UK music festivals

    The rise of glamping: luxury camping at UK music festivals

    Sometimes it's worth paying extra just for the hot showers and hairdryers, right?

    Posted 14th July 2014