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The price point of Dua Lipa’s Versace collection and Harry Styles’ Gucci line had the stans confused, but the garments aren’t actually meant for them.
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Every Dua Lipa song, ranked
The global pop superstar is back with a new glittering disco song from the Barbie movie soundtrack.
The photographer who captured the 00s' biggest popstars
From Destiny's Child to Britney, Markus Klinko created much of the visual language we now come to think of as 'Y2K vibes'.
The young goths of Cruel World Festival
Photographer Miriam Marlene Waldner documents a new generation of California misfits watching their 80s icons perform in Pasadena.
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From Tyler, the Creator’s latest to the long-awaited first Boygenius LP, spring's filled with ambitious records from newcomers and veterans alike.
Da Community is London’s East End collective for emerging Black artists
Musicians across rap, hip-hop, jazz and soul are joining forces to thrive in a notoriously inaccessible industry.
Club Eat's camp, electro-pop knows no bounds
The New York duo’s debut album 'START' finds inspiration in everything from bubblegum to a suburban Baskin Robbins.
Snow Strippers are the mysterious Detroit duo reinventing trashy EDM
In their first ever interview, Tati and Graham explain the ideology behind their intense, Crystal Castles-esque music.
The Beyoncé world tour is officially under way
Performing a setlist of her greatest hits alongside robotics, theatrics and custom couture, the star's 3-hour live show is rumoured to be a farewell.
Rare photos of the first Glastonbury festival
Paul Misso's new photo book 'In the Vale of Avalon Glastonbury 1971' takes us back to the festival's spiritual roots.