5 things you need to know about jessie reyez
Meet the artist making trippy R&B and taking on sexism in the music industry.
'struggle is what creates beauty' — a conversation with juliana huxtable
Brooke Powers and Juliana Huxtable talk being trans, tumblr, DJing, and practical humanism.
we asked teen dream popstar shawn mendes for his favorite swear word
The Canadian pop sensation may only be 18 – but with his second album, "Illuminate" debuting at number 1, and legions of adoring fans across the world, this young man just wants to swear.
premiere: chuck grant directs a super 8 reverie for jesse jo stark's new single
Hollywood princess Jesse Jo is set to open for Guns N' Roses this summer.
hailee steinfeld’s guide to female solidarity
Celebrating the brilliance of women with her latest single "Most Girls," the 20-year-old actress-turned-pop-star is a shining beacon of girl power in a world of shade. Want to stop looking for validation in all the wrong places? Wish we could all bake...
faye webster is the alt-folk standout on atlanta's awful records
The 19-year-old creative renaissance woman is also a photographer.
perfume genius is the queer singer turning his fetishes into pop
Ahead of his sold out London show at Heaven, i-D caught up with Mike Hadreas to talk about new album "No Shape," calling on spirits and running away from "evil Trump babies."
i-Q: jack antonoff has some serious questions for ivanka trump
With his second Bleachers record, 'Gone Now,' out now, we met up for some quickfire fun.
in conversation with lorde: what ella did next
Ahead of the release of her massively anticipated follow up album, i-D spent a few moments of calm with Lorde and learned the singer, whose birth name is Ella Yelich-O'Connor, has a lot of secrets.
harriet brown makes extraterrestrial r&b
L.A.-based musician Harriet Brown's new record, 'Contact,' is a tribute to Prince and Carl Sagan. He tells i-D what music he'd send into space in a 2017 edition of the Voyager Golden Record.
introducing vagabon: the new york songwriter breaking down the barriers of indie
Lætitia Tamko is the engineer turned indie rocker bursting out of the New York underground.
mitski tells us what's on her mind, and what she's listening to (k-pop)
As she tours her breakout fourth album 'Puberty 2' across the U.S., Mitski talks to i-D about her songwriting strategies and favorite sneakers.
VICE on TV
© 2018 i-D Magazine
Watch more from i-D
© 2018 i-D Magazine