‘proud’ is the new beats 1 radio show celebrating lgbt+ music and history
Hosted by i-D alumna Hattie Collins.
what does london sound like at night?
BBZ, NTS and Boiler Room are each shaping the capital's nightlife in their own unique and innovative way. We meet the geniuses behind the platforms.
exhibition an eye on grime opens tonight in leeds
A brief history of the culture, as told by its most formative visual documenters.
i-D presents: this is grime - stormzy, jme, novelist and d double in conversation
i-D Features Director Hattie Collins and photographer Olivia Rose document the UK grime scene from within in new book This Is Grime. Join us at Rough Trade East next Tuesday 13 for a very special book launch and intimate Q&A.
back to the east end with kano
The grime great's new record 'Made in the Manor' is an ode to Mission FM and Moschino, Yankee’s Chicken, PG Tips, Zippy and Bungle and Super Cat, Wagon Wheels and free school dinners.
this is grime: the new book exploring the most urgent british music subculture since punk
OG grime fan and i-D Features Director Hattie Collins teams up with photographer Olivia Rose for the first publication ever to collect an oral and visual history of grime from within the scene itself.
to do or not to do dry january: we argue for and against
In the aftermath of the heady days of Christmas, many of us kick start our New Years Resolutions and opt for a ‘Dry January’, 31 days of chosen sobriety to cleanse one’s mind, body and spirit. But faced with dreary weather, returning to work and...
i-DJ: howie lee on china's emerging edm scene
Get down and dirty with the freshest sounds of China’s electronic scene, thanks to an exclusive i-DJ mix from Beijing’s Howie Lee.
fetty wap: catching up with the king of trap
In a candid interview, we find out what makes Fetty Wap, Fetty Wap.
j hus is standing out from the rap pack by being himself
Shot in the autumn/winter 15 Space Soldiers collection from luxury sports brand Les Benjamins, we talk to J Hus about his awesome Afrobeat accented party anthems…
who run the world?
Having only men in key positions in the music industry isn’t only regressive, it also has a direct impact on the way in which women in music are being signed and sold.
willow smith: fluorescent adolescent
Willow Smith inhabits a world fueled by an imagination and inquisitiveness that extend far beyond her 14 years on Planet Earth. She’s one of the most interesting young minds making music today.