Cathartic dance pop from Gaga and Grande, loved-up ambience from Arca and dubby road rap from Pa Salieu.
She writes her name in capitals and makes anxiety-addressing music with Australian singers. She's GRACEY and she's mega (as demonstrated by her soon to be chart-bothering new single Empty Love).
The LA-based singer who cut her teeth writing songs for Beyonce, Dua Lipa and Mary J. Blige unpacks her new semi-autobiographical Wasted Youth EP, for which the title track’s music video premieres on The Face today.
Lagos party rap, quarantine pop and eccentric soul.
The New York duo’s ambient blends take you to another place.
With her forthcoming LP Couldn't Wait To Tell You set to drop this summer, the Texan-raised producer-songwriter teases two left-field, experimental tracks.
The Mercury-winning band's guitarist spent his down time post-tour volunteering at a north London food bank. Now he’s releasing an album of folk instrumentals to raise money and awareness. We speak to him, and to centre manager Abi Odujoko, about the scourge of food poverty – and how it’s immeasurably worse now.
The R&B singer and producer – buoyed up by Brockhampton and Charli XCX – is releasing his own quasi-album that makes for a killer driving soundtrack.
The German DJ rose from the dimly-lit underground to headline some of Europe’s biggest dance festivals, smashing out intense electro for thousands. But is she about to pack it all in to work in an Italian restaurant?
History has been made thanks to the Doja/Nicki and Meg/Beyoncé tag-teams.
With brilliant new album A Hero’s Death, the quickfire follow-up to 2019 breakthrough Dogrel, the Irish band refuse to rest on their laurels, lockdown or no lockdown.
As part of the band’s takeover of The Face, we broadcasted cover versions of their songs by Phoebe Bridgers, Rina Sawayama, Clairo, Gracie Abrams, Cavetown, Pales Waves and Beabadoobee.
Featuring tracks from Yaeji, SOPHIE and Sevdaliza.
The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman opens up about losing friends, and finding clarity and sobriety.
The Primal Scream frontman talks authenticity, Andrew Weatherall and how rappers are channelling the spirit of rock’n’roll.
The Bright Eyes’ legend marks his band’s return after a nine-year absence with an in-depth, intimate discussion of raw music and real emo.
The artist and former Sonic Youth member discusses her many inspirations.
The avant-garde composer shares some of his mind-expanding wisdom.
The Midwestern emo trailblazer discusses his multiple bands and squirms as Healy acknowledges the debt his songwriting owes the American’s open-hearted brand of rock.
The artist, producer and ambient pioneer shares his big-thinking opinions on abstract art, David Bowie and the thrilling potential of gaming.
Their epic, new, 22-track album feels like a coincidental soundtrack for isolated living. Beaming in from lockdown in an English countryside hideaway, Matty Healy explains how Greta Thunberg, FKA twigs and Phoebe Bridgers helped him map out Notes on a Conditional Form.
The soulful singer on life after lockdown, taking advice from Ed Sheeran and adventures within avocado-based cooking.
With her new, nine-track EP and accompanying visuals, the singer explores “a lot sexier, darker lezzy fantasi” (spelling and ambition, artist’s own).