Toronto’s scene is struggling, but Ciel is determined to support its community of underground ravers.
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The British-born Ghanaian producer whose discography includes work with Lauryn Hill, Burna Boy, Mr Eazi, Not3s and Kojo Funds takes us on an hour-long tour through the Ghana highlife genre.
Y,IWO team up with bodybuilder and designer of Gold Gym’s legendary logo, Ric Drasin, for a collection inspired by the golden age of Muscle Beach.
With temperatures hitting a record-breaking 45.9°C in France, The Face sent Anthony Seklaoui to get some answers.
A “sad tumblr girl” aesthetic with an indie sound to match, Pen Gutt shares the DIY visuals for his track Bare Dans.
The notoriously complex concept that replaces particles with vibrating strings working across a ten-dimensional universe – as envisaged by an acid tripper with a B+ Physics GCSE.
Sweatlife sees 6,000 fitness junkies descend upon London’s Tobacco Dock for a high-intensity weekend. It’s a mecca for fitness devotees in the age of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop.
Rappers are scoring hits by threatening to link your girl. It’s a form of ridicule with a long history in literature and folklore.
Meet the brash four-piece with a glossy image, a killer sense of humour and a bitch-pop sound to match.
An inside look at the sub-reddit in which 16-year-olds are trolling exam boards.
Blackpink is in your area: Lauren Maccabee documented the ‘Blinks’ in Manchester when the K-Pop superstars came to town.
“I’m City ‘till I die/I’m City ‘till I die/I know I am I’m sure I am/I'm City ‘till I die.”
The politically-minded musician explains what dozakh means in Farsi and argues for the boycott of Israel.
“When I’m angry I think that’s when the most savage lyrics kind of come out”.
“With so much exposure to what a man thinks is sexy I was left wanting to explore my own desires and this book is a taster of that.”
The all-frills designer proving that streetwear doesn’t have to be so serious.
The Chinese born, Berlin-raised artist creates a beauty look inspired by Chinese guóhuà paintings, while in conversation with Margaret Zhang.