a guide to music photography by neelam khan vela
The 22-year-old photographer takes us through her archive and tells us about partying with Selena Gomez.
watch dream wife become fembots in new animated dystopian music video
Kind of "Black Mirror." Quite "Akira." Very "Dream Wife."
the soundtrack to your weekend ft. charli xcx, steps, and dream wife
Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
Frankie Dunn and Matthew Whitehouse
dream wife's new music video is everything
Join the Icelandic-English band for a never-ending night out with their best friends, in association with MCM.
polyester zine and the coven collective are putting on a feminist tarot card art show
London’s coolest zine teams up with global art collective Coven, and Dream Wife bassist Isabella Podpadec to create an intersectional tarot deck, exhibited in London in January, for one night only.
life is a graveyard party with dream wife
Ahead of their Moth Club Halloween party, take an exclusive listen to a dark rework of F.U.U ft. a verse from Vidgis of Reykjavíkurdætur. Plus, read on and weep with terror as the girls invoke the spirit of their ultimate female horror queens.
the soundtrack to your weekend ft. pumarosa, earl sweatshirt and dream wife
Press play on the ten new releases we've had on repeat this week.
i-D presents: a night of icelandic hip hop with sturla atlas
Tonight they open for Justin Bieber in Reykjavik... next Friday 16 September they'll play a free show for you in East London.
dream wife's guide to visions festival
With 35 artists playing across seven of Hackney's best venues this Saturday, Dream Wife share their game plan.
kano, the internet, let’s eat grandma and dream wife among additions to iceland airwaves
Joining an already awesome bill that includes PJ Harvey, Warpaint and Reykjavíkurdætur.
art school riot grrrls dream wife go 80s in sporty new video
The new clip for 'Kids' is an ode to female friendship, eating flowers, and early MTV graphics.
step into dream wife’s twisted teen bedroom scene
The new Hey Heartbreaker video flits from pre-internet era zany TV presenters to guitarist Alice Go’s real, CD-stacked teenage bedroom in Bristol.