On the Rise: Moonchild Sanelly

Moonchild Sanelly breathes in the best of South Africa’s electronic music and spits it back out with wit and woe. “There was a time I was drunk and I sent my manager a message: let me finish this album. I need to go through this relationship bullshit right now,” Moonchild…

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On the Rise: Fanclubwallet

As Fanclubwallet, Ottawa-based Hannah Judge is telling relatable stories of growing up with a wink and smile. ​​Hannah Judge has taken the idea of thinking out of the box literally – well, at least in the sense of the black-rimmed panels she would draw comics into as a teenager. “If…

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The rise, fall, and rebirth of Spector

Spector did their music career in reverse. Ten years ago - their debut album barely out - the London outfit played Coachella, then took off on a European tour with Florence + The Machine. By 2015, even Taylor Swift would go out of her way to get a signed copy…

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On the Rise: Duckwrth

With a Billie Eilish cosign to his name, sonic shape-shifting LA rapper and singer Duckwrth is making ambitious sounds shaped by a background in design and a radical sense of self-belief. In Duckwrth’s world, there are only three rules: it’s got to sound good, look good and most of all,…

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On The Rise: Wild Rivers

After nearly two years building a fanbase behind their screens, Toronto indie-pop trio Wild Rivers are relishing the return of live. “We’ve been so grateful to be able to be doing it again, so the energy of the whole tour has just been really good. It feels nice to be…

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On the Rise: Sad Night Dynamite

Sad Night Dynamite’s collaborative sonic dystopia operates in the odd spaces between hip hop, dub and the infinite reaches of imagination. Walk through genre’s uncanny valley, and you’ll find Sad Night Dynamite are the last stop on the left. Step into their warped world of contorted hip-hop and see samples…

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