With help from friends Honey Dijon, Zadie Smith and Robyn, the iconic musician revisits her Raw Like Sushi era.
We surveyed the 10-year cohort of young people who slipped into teenagehood and adulthood over two years of Covid – that’s 314 of you, to be exact. Here are the results...
Following the disturbing revelations of a Black schoolgirl being strip-searched by police officers, crowds rallied against a culture of police abuse and racism. Here’s what went down in East London.
LSDXOXO, object blue, Julianna Huxtable and some of London’s best underground DJs will be at the two-day event this spring.
TokenTraxx is on a mission to revolutionise music NFTs. The London start-up explains how.
We’re presenting the Spotlight Stage at the Brighton festival this year.
We handed out limited copies at the Swedish collective’s London show. Couldn’t make it? Download your copy here.
The Swedish artist merges trance, trap and jungle ahead of his tour with Drain Gang.
Tems, Enny and Gabriels are playing on the Spotlight Stage at the Brighton festival.
To mark the second anniversary of the first lockdown, we want to hear all about how the pandemic has impacted your life, both good and bad. Take this super-quick survey for the chance to be featured on THE FACE and win one of 20 special goodie bags.
Last night, we paired up with our friends at Moncler to toast our spring issue with Central Cee at the West Hollywood EDITION. Mind the sore heads, please.
Gareth Kelly from the cheeky Bradford trio blends bassline heaters especially for you. How sweet.
22 for ‘22: listen to the artists who are going to smash it this year.
The German sportswear giant hosted a series of events and an installation at London’s Coal Drops Yard to commemorate the launch of their new NMD_S1 sneaker.
Hosted by Telfar and PDA on the 10th floor of London’s The Standard, the party celebrated the UK’s subversive LGBTQIA+ brains shaping British culture right now.
The Bone Soda DJ has blended some tunes to soundtrack your drive home.
No, Die Hard doesn’t count.
Photographer Bolade Banjo meets Rain: a self-styled “technomadic vampire” who eats raw steak and bone marrow, and drinks a glass of blood every morning. You can read more in the Winter issue of THE FACE, out now.