moses sumney on aromanticism: the lack of romantic attraction to others
Moses Sumney has forged a career out of questioning society’s obsession with falling in love. With his second studio album on the horizon, we caught up with the 28-year-old to chat music, politics, and finding the one.
watch south london mc flohio ‘fly’ in nadira amrani’s short film
Surreal realness and mythological references galore in this supernatural documentary.
the future sound of africa
Discover the singers, producers, and activists pushing the sound forward and into the pop charts.
it’s a shippin’ excursion: giggs takes fans up the thames
“I wanted to do something for the day ones.”
here’s everything you missed at the 2017 mercury prize awards last night
From Sampha’s win to Idris Elba’s shirt.
an almost a-z guide of how to get through trump’s first term
Donald Trump is real and he's not going away. From the films to watch to the hoodies to wear, here's some ways to stay woke.
the documentary exploring the murder of mark duggan
The Hard Stop takes us back to August 2011, when police officers shot and killed 29-year-old father of four, Mark Duggan. As the film is released we met its director, George Amponsah.
desiigner talks new york, making movies, and blasting 'tlop' in kanye's rolls royce
By day he’s in the studio with Kanye, by night he’s ripping up stages with Pusha T. This 19-year-old rapper isn’t getting much sleep.
santigold is back and wants to challenge an industry in flux
After a four-year hiatus, Santigold returns older and wiser and with her own ideas on how to make the music industry work for her. i-D talks motherhood, Makonnen and makin' money with the Philadelphia-born, Brooklyn-based genre bender...
seven minutes with charli xcx
SOPHIE, sweat and Justin Bieber’s aftershave with the Boom Clap singer.
how the screen is tackling hip hop in 2015
If Empire is Dynasty 3.0, then does that make The Get Down Dallas 2015? With a flurry of films and TV shows about to hit screens, hip hop is once again being mined for celluloid gold...
how hip hop got its political voice back
In the wake of the killings of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, hip hop has rediscovered its conscious roots.