singer/producer chrystal is putting her northern donk on pop
She comes from B-O-L-T-O-N and she makes post-donk inspired bounce pop. Say hiya to singer/producer Chrystal.
“tech house? that’s not music! music is meant to be joy” – inside ibiza’s balearic revival
Away from the corporate hegemony of Ibiza’s superclubs, a balearic renaissance is taking place -- and it’s sounding cooler than ever.
lila gold's strange magic
Lila Gold is ready to emerge from her Los Angeles cocoon as a new pop idol.
is lust for life lana del rey’s most important album yet?
The largely illusive artist has taken a journey of personal discovery and growth. Now, is she finally telling us that change – personal and political – comes from within?
these are the greatest sci-fi movie scores of all time (according to one expert)
Experimental composer Ben Frost talks space sounds. The very, very best space sounds.
behind the scenes at wireless: backstage at london's wildest weekender
Young Thug and Lil Yachty share a lovely hug and Novelist reflects on life.
vic mensa returns: the interview
Hip hop's rare bird tells us what’s written in the stars on his long-awaited debut album.
"struggle is what creates beauty" — a conversation with juliana huxtable
Juliana Huxtable on journalling, practical humanism, and where her art will go next.
femme musician shoeb ahmad on softness and vulnerability
Shoeb's music beautifully navigates the intersections of their identity, from coming out to being a parent.
goat girl are the casual saviours of underground indie
"Music can't save you from death, but it can save you from boredom."
suzanne ciani: the original synth mistress
She basically predicted the evolution of VR in the 70s and taught Philip Glass how to play synth. What have you done with your life?
fatherly advice from the head of awful records
'It's been years since you've needed a record label' — Father on making it independent.