On Punisher, Phoebe Bridgers soundtracks the apocalypse
The LA musician on imposter syndrome, screaming into pillows and her second album.
Hayley Williams on a decade of highs and lows
A revelatory interview with the Paramore frontwoman, her closest collaborators and the female artists she has inspired, as she releases her debut solo album.
Maxine Ashley is ready to take pop music by storm
The Bronx-based artist, model, and Ariana Grande collaborator tells i-D about her eerie new track ‘Runaway.’
Princess Nokia gets free
With 'Everything is Beautiful' and 'Everything Sucks', the New York rapper continues to defy those who would box them in.
How sobriety helped Waxahatchee make her best album yet
Katie Crutchfield tells i-D about hitting rock bottom, finding time for self-reflection and the making of her Americana-inspired record 'Saint Cloud'.
On his new album Ricky Music, Porches returns home
While writing, Aaron Maine thought that he'd release these songs under a new name entirely. Instead, he made the most 'Porches' record ever.
Magdalena Bay's uplifting pop is what we need right now
The LA-based duo on how Grimes inspired their catchy bops and the release of their debut EP 'A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling'.
OXZ were the first Japanese punk band to take on the patriarchy
Mika, Hikko and Emiko on confronting their country's conservative values and paving the way for women punk rockers in the 80s.
BENEE and Gus Dapperton turn breakup blues into sunny pop on Supalonely
The 20-year-old Kiwi pop kid premieres her vibrant new music video exclusively on i-D.
Okay Kaya turns raging melancholy into sunny pop on Watch This Liquid Pour Itself
The musician's latest album is a purge of her deepest and darkest emotions in the form of captivating dance tracks.
Meet the couple behind cursed viral anthem Where’s My Juul?
Full Tac and Lil Mariko sound off on important matters such as angry metalheads and the e-cig flavour ban.
Angelica Garcia’s Guadalupe is a vibrant affirmation of female power
The colorful music video was directed by Brockhampton collaborator Spencer Ford and arrives ahead of her new album 'Cha Cha Palace.'