LSDXOXO, object blue, Julianna Huxtable and some of London’s best underground DJs will be at the two-day event this spring.
Designed by Berghain’s architects, ∄ is a countercultural hub in Ukraine’s capital. The parties stopped when Russia’s invasion began, and now the venue’s team is raising funds for those in danger.
TokenTraxx is on a mission to revolutionise music NFTs. The London start-up explains how.
The musician’s new EP Getaway is full of tender, diaristic detail.
The London-via-Leeds artist has perfected her combination of neo-soul songwriting and sound system-ready beats.
We’re presenting the Spotlight Stage at the Brighton festival this year.
As she releases her second album, Painless, the West London artist reveals the strummers and shredders who have inspired her.
Chal Ravens’ column collects the best DJ mixes and sets that have dropped in recent weeks.
The 19-year-old musician has scored two massive hits, but industry rumours suggest he’s hit a bump on the road to success.
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.
The actress, musician and Broadway performer just released her new single, Fast Times, a warm, feel-good anthem about navigating your early twenties. But for Sabrina, this is only the beginning.
What’s strong, grounded and makes Usain Bolt run faster? Koffee’s next-gen take on reggae has already earned her a Grammy award. Now she’s preparing to release her debut album, Gifted.
Tems, Enny and Gabriels are playing on the Spotlight Stage at the Brighton festival.
The Londoner is the soundtrack composer for Sam Levinson’s can’t-miss drama, embedded on the filmmakers’ set. As the series finale approaches, he gives us the scoop on making music with Zendaya.
New single Imposter reveals a side to R.A.E we’ve rarely seen: vulnerable and introspective, writing music only for herself.
Central Cee is the UK’s new rap superstar. He’s pushed his sound beyond the limits of drill, has millions of admirers obsessing over his every move – and he might just be the first British rapper to do serious damage in the States. But is all that enough to satisfy him?
The first great TikTok artist has arrived. Building an army of devoted fans while maintaining mystique in an age of constant sharing, PinkPantheress draws on the past to create a sound that might just be the future.
Acts i & ii of the new Netflix doc follow Ye as he breaks through with prodigious talent and unflinching confidence, often under the guidance of his late mother Donda.
Gareth Kelly from the cheeky Bradford trio blends bassline heaters especially for you. How sweet.
If there’s one person who knows how to put on a show at the BRIT Awards, it’s Dave – and TAWBOX, his live-show creative directors.
The Rising Star 2021 winner sits down with the Global Head of Music at YouTube, a key partner of this year’s BRIT Awards. Up for discussion: songwriting, Central Cee, and championing new talent.