Mura Masa, Shygirl and Channel Tres go all Y2K on us, I. JORDAN captures a dancefloor mood and Dave gets deep on his 24th birthday.
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With Beyoncé and Drake embracing the club, THE FACE’s team picked out their favourite mainstream floor-fillers from the past.
Do your worst, Kim.
Check out some of the best party get-ups from the ravey weekender.
“Marry me?” and “I do” grillz in A$AP Rocky’s new music video for D.M.B. hint that the pair may have quietly hitched.
The indie rocker and producer shares his recent hip-hop faves.
The Toronto-based artist delivers an hour of pounding party music ahead of Flesh festival.
To celebrate THE FACE’s managing director, Dan Flower, turning 50 years young, friends and family took over the London EDITION’s basement and caused a riot on Saturday – in style, of course, sipping on Hennessy. Go on, wish him a happy birthday!
Brace yourself for 70 minutes of epic trance, thunderous techno and punk attitude.
In photos: For its sixth outing as Lagos’ No.1 music-slash-culture festival, Homecoming took over sexy concept store Alara, with exclusive bits from Denim Tears, Stüssy, Off-White, Mowalola and more. Just take a look at the happy shoppers – they’re bloody gorgeous.
The electronic music label and style brand come together for the best London-Amsterdam link-up since Dennis Bergkamp’s arrival at Arsenal.
Brits bloody love a rooftop, don’t they? And with the weather picking up, The Standard, London felt it was no better time to reopen its 11th floor. Throw in a Tems performance, flowing drinks and a bit ’o sunshine, and you’ve got yourself a decent party. Cheers.
Once a month, NTS and Bottega Veneta will treat us worthy listeners to collaborative sounds with a host of guest stars on the newly-formed station, Bottega Radio. And to celebrate, the powerhouse duo got the best-looking people in the city and threw a bash in a dark corner of Soho. The proof is in the pout...
From Ministry of Sound DJ to arranging strings for Ye, the founder of new NFT platform tells us how he’s bringing time-served musical experience to the digital space.
The Big Dyke Energy co-founder is a mainstay of South London’s queer clubbing scene.
With help from friends Honey Dijon, Zadie Smith and Robyn, the iconic musician revisits her Raw Like Sushi era.