13 songs that deeply inspire lorde
Before she was a phenomenon, she was a fangirl. We compile the artist’s eclectic and extensive list of favorite songs.
san francisco's sex workers fight for justice with art
How will Trump's immigration policies affect sex workers in the sanctuary city?
beyond bey: a guide to the most interesting small-font coachella acts
Who to see (or download) from the fifth row and below of music's most hotly contested playbill.
photographer viviane sassen on working with frank ocean and her playful next chapter
Sassen discusses her current joint show in San Francisco, which showcases her 'Pikin Slee' series, and the importance of spontaneity.
an exclusive look into the world of parsons' mfa
Will Parsons' MFA grads kicking off all spring/summer 17 shows worldwide signal a change in NYC’s commercial vs. creative attitude?
the she's have rocked san francisco since they were in middle school
When they started making dreamy pop-rock together, they were eleven. A decade later, The She's are still bringing an ever maturing sound to the San Francisco indie music scene.
petra collins reclaims running mascara and 'female hysteria' in raw new series, ’24-hour psycho'
Among the neon, tear-streaked portraits of her recently opened show in San Francisco, the photographer talks to i-D about depression, dark comedy, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
carly rae jepsen on her power pop evolution
As anyone who's listened to her contagiously uplifting, infinitely relatable new album 'EMOTION' knows, the former 'Canadian Idol' star is in the middle of a killer second act. She speaks to i-D about wearing her heart on her sleeve.
pwr bttm, the queer punk duo harnessing the power of drag
Performing in sequins, glitter, and lipstick, PWR BTTM is bringing punk back to its radical roots.