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.
The interviewer becomes the interviewee as the Chicken Shop Date host takes the Revelations hot seat for our eighth episode. Here we talk polo, salsa and Euphoria.
The London-via-Merseyside duo have created a network of free-spirited collaborators.
Belt the latest synth pop banger from The Weeknd, a blissful new track from Shura and soulful sounds from Childish Gambino.
Get your ears around Yaeji’s silky new single, sultry synths from Girlpool and bask in the glory of hip-hop’s great enigma, Jay Electronica.
Inside the famous footwear designer’s largest-ever exhibition.
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.
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.
The left-field, London-based rap collective returned to Eastbourne for this tender new track from subsidiary group Elison 404. Watch exclusively via The Face.
Listen to fresh indie pop from Jay Som, a slinky tune from Nigerian star Rema and Manchester's finest Aitch at his best.
Indispensable facts about the legends that are D-Block Europe, Aitch, Charli XCX, Celeste, AJ Tracey, Joy Crookes, Ashnikko and Burna Boy.
Beanie Feldstein takes the Revelations hot seat, and we talk llamas, British supermarkets and bagels.
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.
Rui Zhou, Private Policy, Sandy Liang, Dion Lee, Puppets and Puppets, Proenza Schouler, Eckhaus Latta, Christian Cowan, Marc Jacobs...
Dua Lipa goes power pop, Headie One gets experimental and New York’s AceMoMa duo deliver fresh rave energy.