Featuring Cardi and Meg’s sex-positive smash, mean and melodic rap by Lil Baby and Lil Keed, plus a helium-fuelled love song from 654AR and FKA twigs.
The BBC Radio 1 DJ and Deviation co-founder shares his mix with tracks inspired by Morgan Simpson and Pa Salieu's musical journeys.
Drake earns his UK drill credentials, Dua Lipa joins forces with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, and Dean Blunt reprises Babyfather.
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The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman opens up about losing friends, and finding clarity and sobriety.
The Primal Scream frontman talks authenticity, Andrew Weatherall and how rappers are channelling the spirit of rock’n’roll.
The Bright Eyes’ legend marks his band’s return after a nine-year absence with an in-depth, intimate discussion of raw music and real emo.
The artist and former Sonic Youth member discusses her many inspirations.
The avant-garde composer shares some of his mind-expanding wisdom.
The Midwestern emo trailblazer discusses his multiple bands and squirms as Healy acknowledges the debt his songwriting owes the American’s open-hearted brand of rock.
The artist, producer and ambient pioneer shares his big-thinking opinions on abstract art, David Bowie and the thrilling potential of gaming.
Brace yourself... Rihanna’s back with sensual vocals alongside PARTYNEXTDOOR, Rosalía hits us with a raw break up track and Dua brings the party with her new disco album Future Nostalgia.
Belt the latest synth pop banger from The Weeknd, a blissful new track from Shura and soulful sounds from Childish Gambino.
Hard beats with sweet melodies from the Brooklyn DJ and designer.
Listen to ferocious lyrics from Megan Thee Stallion’s alter ego Suga, the latest from Afropop artist Darkoo and a climate crisis anthem from Kelly Lee Owens.
Volume 4 Issue 003: The American artist talks terror, trauma and America’s inability to reckon with itself with Acyde and Tremaine Emory.
Fresh from playing at London’s much-loved Adonis party, the former professional cyclist joins the Face Mix series.
A brand new banger from the legendary Gaga, a genre-bending track from experimental duo 100 gecs and the return of London-via-Eastbourne collective, 404 Guild.
Proper club bangers from the Brooklyn-based DJ/producer.
Listen to fresh indie pop from Jay Som, a slinky tune from Nigerian star Rema and Manchester's finest Aitch at his best.
The BRITs 2020 Producer of the Year can count Stormzy, Ed Sheeran, Headie One, Mist and Stefflon Don as collaborators. Now he’s stepping out on his own.
The Copenhagen DJ/producer builds towards that warehouse rave feeling.
Listen to the return of King Krule, slick guitar licks from Niall Horan and a guaranteed dance-floor-filler from Eris Drew.
Dua Lipa goes power pop, Headie One gets experimental and New York’s AceMoMa duo deliver fresh rave energy.