the sounding off issue
he's not heavy, he's my brother
Keeping things in the family, Selena Forrest and her brother Robert get behind Zoë Ghertner's lens for the latest issue of i-D.
the kids of mexico city, straight up
Amy Troost takes to the streets of Mexico City, to meet a generation of young Mexicans looking to change the world.
suburban dreams with luna b and imaan hammam
Shot by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and styled by Julia Sarr-Jamois, suburbia never looked so fashun.
the future sound of africa
We head to West Africa to explore the roots of Afrobeats and discover the singers, producers and activists pushing the sound forwards and into the pop charts.
jazz, but not as you know it
Across London a new generation of musicians are drawing on broken beat, house and grime to create a sound that reflects the diversity of the capital. We meet the stars of the scene.
10 years of martine rose
As she celebrates a decade of her eponymous label, the birth of her second child and her return to the London catwalk, 2017 belongs to Martine Rose.
an interview with lil peep from september 2017
On 1st September, Gustav Åhr came to the i-D office for a cup of tea. We shot these portraits and he told us that he was in a good place with drugs, friends and his career.
muna created their own safe space, and want you to join them there
Totally fearless LA band MUNA’s debut album About U is utterly in its own lane. With the record splashed across a load of best of 2017 lists, get to know Josette, Katie and Naomi.
an A-Z guide to PRETTYMUCH
This generation has been crying out for an all-singing, all-dancing boy band and PRETTYMUCH are here to answer our prayers.
the experimental producer behind our favourite techno record this year
Chinese-born experimental producer Pan Daijing's debut album is the one of the most exciting and experimental techno records to have ever come out of Berlin.
Alexandra Bondi de Antoni
the sounding off issue
"so what if I like men? I can still rap" – jay boogie
The Dominican American MC is making spellbound rhythms with his tail feathers high.
starcrawler are bringing mystery and madness back to rock music
“The album is like being slapped by rock ‘n’ roll once again. You’ll be like, ‘What the fuck was that?’”