meet 'tight', the female-run platform showcasing kyiv's underground music scene
From drinking with Nastya Muravyova to lecturing on the state of music criticism, this trio are creating content beyond the dancefloor.
a glimpse of seoul’s pulsating rave scene
"No one knows what will happen tomorrow, after the loud music has stopped."
vibbefanger are the norwegian label creating their own underground scene
Putting out the best local music, building their own studio, and booking Princess Nokia to play their festival -- this lot are the exciting future of independent Scandi music.
if you like techno, you'll love borshch
Party in Berlin, Kiev and Copenhagen as this music zine leads the way through the old and new metropolises of electronic sound. We met the founders.
a guide to the new tokyo underground
As part of its latest exhibition, Japanese art collective Chim↑Pom gathered some of Tokyo’s most off-beat performers together and set them loose on the city. Virtually unknown overseas, here are the gritty talents hidden under Tokyo’s surface.
throwback to the new old techno
Ahead of World Unknown's Easter Special, Ian McQuaid explores how the club night harks back to rave's utopian dream.
venus x changed new york and now she’s coming for the world, one party at a time
i-D caught up with the DJ and founder of GHE20G0THIK to talk culture, partying, misogyny and Rihanna.
drake and skepta join section boys in shoreditch: everything got lock ‘arff
South London’s finest welcome October’s Very Own fresh from the Brits to their headline show in Shoreditch.
underground delve into london subcultures in new photo series
In a new photography series, king of the brothel creeper, Underground, explore the UK’s new youth tribes.
crash of the london underground
Is London becoming unsustainable for the rebellious fashion subcultures who once defined it?
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kanye to executive produce score for new tv show on slavery
Continuing to tackle serious issues through music, Yeezy will exec produce 'Underground.'
life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all
Unafraid to take risks, London’s young designers are pushing fashion forward with their vision and creativity.