Milan Ring’s 'Do Not Disturb' Is Always On

Milan Ring’s forthcoming debut album ‘I’m Feeling Hopeful’ documents the struggle of finding your own sanctuary. As the world around her felt like it was crumbling, she was slowly rebuilding herself, and now she’s ready to exhale and talk about it.

Grimy Glamour, Heartbreak and Healing and Faded American Dreams On Del Rey’s 'Blue Banisters'

Lana Del Rey's new album 'Blue Banisters' finds our consummate queen of heartbreak more bewitching than ever.

Can We Please Stop Joking About Shawn Mendes’ Sexuality Now?

“It’s giving… homophobia”

M83's 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming' Arrived At The Perfect Moment

Led by massive single 'Midnight City', The indie pop milestone served as an auspicious entry point into M83's dreamworld 10 years ago.

Finneas Still Gets Goosebumps Hearing Songs He Wrote

Billy Eilish's brother talks his debut solo album and how he makes hotel rooms feel a little more like home.

Remi Wolf Recorded 'Juno' In Isolation

The LA alt-pop artist talks overcoming the 'really, really horrible' recording process by planning celebratory live shows

Chelsea Cutler Is Breaking Up With Sad Songs

The singer has a reputation as a sad-song factory, but on 'When I Close My Eyes', she leans into a newfound sense of self-acceptance.

No One Else Sounds Like Alice Longyu Gao, Period

The electro-pop musician has worked against all the odds on the road to her debut EP, 'High Dragon and Universe'.

How Lana Del Rey Influenced A Generation Of Australian Artists

10 years on from her enigmatic, all-conquering debut single “Video Games”, Lana Del Rey continues to transfix and influence the pop cultural zeitgeist. We spoke to eight Australian artists about how her music has influenced their own.

Mitski Farewells Her 20s In 'Working For The Knife'

The evocative new video also arrives with news of 2022 tour dates, albeit in North America and Europe.

Spacey Jane Are Not OK, And That’s Fine By Them

Off the back of their sunny yet sad new single “Lunchtime”, Spacey Jane frontman Caleb Harper opens up about mental health, the band’s forthcoming second album and his overwhelming sense of ‘fuck this’.