Author: Caroline Edwards

Punisher

Album Review: Phoebe Bridgers // Punisher

If the state of the world hasn’t already alerted you that it’s officially going to be a Sad Girl Summer, Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher will have you staring at the ceiling, questioning the state of the wo…

Baby Queen

RIOT Introducing #011: Baby Queen

The Internet is a crazy, weird place that’s somehow magical and informative whilst also extremely damaging mental health-wise. But when you’re part of Gen Z, it’s basically part of your DNA. That’s wh…

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Album Review: Lady Gaga // Chromatica

It’s official: Lady Gaga has returned to her club kid roots in her long-awaited sixth studio album, Chromatica. The record is Back To The Future-meets-Mad Max-meets-Barbarella, creating an interestin…

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Album Review: Mild Orange // Mild Orange

The sun-kissed and smooth self-titled sophomore record from Mild Orange couldn’t have arrived at a better time, pairing perfectly with the ongoing heatwave across the U.K. Juicy and vibrant, it will h…

Maude Latour

RIOT Introducing #007: Maude Latour

Indie’s emerging breakout artist, Maude Latour, is about to be on all your bedroom-pop playlists. Maude Latour is shooting for the stars with her catchy, lyrical pop tracks. Ever since releasing her …

Noah Cyrus, The End of Everything

EP Review: Noah Cyrus // The End of Everything

Wearing your heart on your sleeve is never easy, but it’s what Noah Cyrus does best. Her latest EP, The End of Everything, tackles loneliness, heartbreak, and adolescence, presented beautifully by Cy…

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Black Lilys on Dark-pop, Netflix and.. Scotland

Emerging French Indie outfit Black Lilys create ‘dark pop’ music, inspired by pain and grief. The brother-sister duo use nature and loss as inspiration, and turn their somber emotions into folky, at…

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Album Review: Peach Pit // You And Your Friends

Vancouver natives Peach Pit bring surf-rock indie pop sounds to their sophomore album, You and Your Friends. The newest album comes three years after the success of their debut record, Being So Norma…