exploring the birth of the b-boy in 70s new york
“It’s a story about art and the resilience of human beings,” says Bronx street photographer Ricky Flores, who captured the nascent b-boy subculture.
sydney’s yung brujo is djing for cultural survival
Latin, British, fragmented, and political — Yung Brujo creates dancefloors that speak to multiculturalism.
aurora halal is keeping everything in its right place
Following debut shows in Australia and New Zealand; promoter, producer, and fine artist Aurora Halal chats to i-D about balance, raves, and her constantly evolving artistry.
iconic dj honey dijon on queer liberation and the death of subculture
Honey Dijon: a true voice of experience and hard-fought conquest, dripping with authenticity.
"struggle is what creates beauty" — a conversation with juliana huxtable
Juliana Huxtable on journalling, practical humanism, and where her art will go next.
goodbye boiler room chat, we won't really miss you
Sexist commenters have one less place to harass female DJs.
fletch started a no-boys-allowed dj school to get more women on lineups
DJ S'cool teaches women to get booked, and get paid right.
jessie andrews says what she wants, does what she pleases and always tells the truth
i-D caught up with the DJ and porn performer who refuses to slow down.