The Post Truth Truth Issue

Music

Meet Walt Disco, the handsome Scottish post-punks of your dreams

"The best review we ever got was someone saying: Walt Disco should rewrite The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
Frankie Dunn
11.15.19
Music

step on our throats, coucou chloe!

“Making music has allowed me to understand the complexity of my own emotions.”
Frankie Dunn
11.15.19
Music

Lafawndah is the multilingual musician who knows pop isn't a dirty word

“Different languages are better at expressing different things. French is playful and poetic, but Farsi is very extra. It’s really cool to be able to tap into different selves. I feel all of them.”
Frankie Dunn
11.14.19
Music

Carrie Stacks wants her music to be more gay

“It’s only recently that I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’ve always wanted to be a female singer.”
Frankie Dunn
11.13.19
Music

Deijuvhs isn't Soundcloud rap, he's post-genre actually

“I don’t know what the fuck it is. It’s just new age shit. We live in a generation where we’ve had so many musical genres before us that now everything’s just mashed up.”
Frankie Dunn
11.13.19
Music

djs sherelle and fauzia are proudly smashing down the musical establishment

"It’s great to be part of a scene at a time where all the best DJs are female."
Frankie Dunn
11.12.19
Fashion

a celebration of new york's new generation of creatives

For The Post Truth Truth Issue, Mario Sorrenti and i-D Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm shoot a portfolio of the artists, musicians, activists and creative minds redefining how we see NYC.
i-D Staff
11.12.19
Music

vegyn just released your new favourite album

“People always wanna understand, you know? But I feel like it’s good to not understand sometimes... so if I can help confuse people, I think that’s a good thing.”
Frankie Dunn
11.11.19
Music

shygirl's music is sexy, south london asmr

“I love seeing emotions that’re considered to be taboo, the worst of us, and just being like: fuck it, I’m gonna explore that.”
Frankie Dunn
11.11.19
Music

it's all falling into place for ama lou

“You know when you’ve done a lot of behind the scenes work and start manifesting the future? I’m really excited to get things moving now and actually start doing what I was always supposed to do.”
Frankie Dunn
11.8.19
Music

this is the sound of london's nu jazz scene

“We have a space which allows emotionality and vision and dreaming – with craft, practise, analysis, political discussion.”
Frankie Dunn
11.6.19
Photography

mary manning's photography shows us what life can look like after patriarchy collapses

For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the artist sits down with Charlie Porter to discuss art, emotion and her creative process.
i-D Staff
11.6.19
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