why you should listen to ariana grande's new album, 'thank u, next'
Gazing on at her gracious acceptance of tragedy and loss, we’ve all been left wondering… is Ariana actually okay? Turns out, this is her therapy.
david lachapelle explains why amanda lepore was edited off travis scott's album
The photographer chimed in on the transphobia controversy surrounding 'Astroworld.'
this photographer has traveled with beyoncé from louisiana to the louvre
During his last trip to Paris, Robin Harper captured an intimate moment between two dancers that ended up as The Carters' 'Everything Is Love' album cover.
how serpentwithfeet turned personal desire into dazzling gospel
The experimental R&B artist discusses his transcendent debut album 'Soil' — and the sacred texts of Toni Morrison.
say lou lou's new sound nods to trip hop and 'james bond'
As i-D premieres 'Ana,' the first single off Say Lou Lou's long-awaited second album, the sister duo discusses their new direction.
sky ferreira gives lengthy update on 'masochism'
"My silence should not be confused for negligence," Sky wrote in an Instagram post addressing her long-awaited new album.
massive attack celebrate ‘mezzanine’ by encoding it in dna
The band mark the 20th anniversary of their groundbreaking album with groundbreaking technology.
sabrina fuentes's advice for being a teen riot grrrl
Fuentes was just 15 when she formed her band Pretty Sick. Now, still in her teens, she's gearing up to drop a long-awaited second album.
hinds is the all-female future of rock 'n' roll
As the Spanish garage rockers release their second album, 'I Don't Run,' Ana García Perrote talks making music honest again.
half waif embraces the healing power of pop music on new song 'torches'
Nandi Rose Plunkett, a.k.a. Half Waif, wrote 'Torches' amid the upheaval of the US election. As i-D premieres the song, Plunkett talks exploring her family's scattered history through powerful synth pop.
rejjie snow on the films (and irish funk songs) that inspire his cross-continental sound
After years of anticipation, the Irish rapper’s debut album ‘Dear Annie’ arrives today.
phem is the queer indie darling mentored by flying lotus
With her debut EP 'Can’t Kill Me' released on Valentine's Day, Phem leads us on a personal journey into the many parts of sexual fluidity.
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