Fall asleep to this tonight for awesome dreams.
Depicting lost souls doing a lot of kissing, dance home with an exclusive look at Gus’ new music video from director Matthew Dillon Cohen.
Have a listen and take a look right here.
Brand new Travis, 100% free.
Teaming up with the producer behind Kendrick’s Humble video, it’ll transport you to dreamland via a series of old Hollywood-esque sets.
Birmingham singer Banks is down but not out in new video.
On Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind the singer addresses the guilt of partying while the world falls apart.
Gearing up to play the i-D stage at The Great Escape, Åsa shares a song about holiday romance.
On Saturday night he played The Garage and tickets were only £10. Where were you?
Watch Harry's take on Ultralight Beam here.
Nicki is going from Twitter donations to an official student loan charity. Of course.
Think of PDA as a pilgrimage to let loose and that’s exactly why its faithful disciples love it so much.
Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
Released under the moniker Everything Is Recorded, Richard Russell’s Close But Not Quite EP sees a revolving cast of musicians join together for a tour de force of idiosyncratic production. Oo la la.
With features from MØ, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and The Weeknd, step behind the streams with stories of Jhené Aiko talking about death, SOPHIE's hidden treehouse studio, and songs about Kacy Hill's dog.
Get the lowdown on which songs are about which girls, why he was made to change the lyrics to Sign Of The Times, and everything else we learnt from an advance screening of the behind the scenes documentary.
The Pepperoni Playboy's 'Let My Baby Stay' never sounded (nor looked) like this.
Speed date your way through this and be on your way to his South London show tonight.
As we count down the days until the release of his second Bleachers record, Gone Now, Jack discusses working with Lorde, his relationship with Lena Dunham, and why, in such a male dominated industry, he prefers working with women.