Volume 4 Issue 001: Down the rabbit hole with British-Albanian superstar Dua Lipa on the cusp of album two.
The experimental hip-hop producer provides a taste of New York’s underground.
Unmasked and cranking out tune after tune, the South London artist is not slowing down.
Volume 4 Issue 001: Featuring fan fiction levels of adoration from Stevie Nicks, Elton John and Alessandro Michele. Read the full interview now.
Volume 4 Issue 001: The Mancunian MC on the pull, on the lash and on top of the world.
She entered the stage like a gangster. We catch Spanish singer Rosalía during the summer she went global. Click the link below to order now.
“I got dropped from corporations. Banned from countries. I got for real cancelled before it was a twitter hashtag”
We pin down Tyler, The Creator: the elusive Pied Piper of Fairfax and most influential artist of the decade. Click the link below to order now.
The cheeky Mancunian takes centre stage for our third Revelations episode.
The boy is back. Harry Styles speaks and bares all for The Face. Click the link below to order now.
It's a Dua party! The Face goes down the rabbit hole with the British-Albanian superstar on the cusp of album two. Click the link below to order now.
Guest verses can be key to the promotion and quality of a hip-hop album. In today’s world of streaming and relentless content, how much do they cost and what’s the payoff?
The best contemporary music – refreshed weekly.
Review: Lana Del Rey's most stripped-back album is a seductive but foreboding end-of-summer soundtrack.
He helped soundtrack the biggest tunes of last year, now he’s ready to put his name front and centre.
The pop rockers invited fans to fuck around with facial AR technology for their new music video, People. Here the directors explain how it’s the first of its kind.
Review: In 2016, Kano delighted grime loyalists with Made In The Manor – a return to form musically. His new album sustains his second wind.
The German artist has cooked up a potent pop recipe, with pinch of Charli, Britney and Madge.
The best contemporary music – updated weekly.
Review: The superstar’s seventh LP is a shimmering ode to long-term romance.
The skateboarding veteran and UK dance producer have found a creative kinship. It’s a love-in!
Melbourne’s nightlife scene may be under a club-closure crisis, but DJ Andras is here to prove the party is still well and truly alive.
An emotive representation of London’s underground.
In light of new documentary Devil's Pie, Reba Maybury reflects on the emotional, musical and sexual complexities of D'Angelo.
As he releases his new single Nowhere Like It, the rising star shows us why there’s no one like him.