For those who didn’t spend all weekend listening to The Weeknd, get started with this definitive listening order.
The coronavirus pandemic is devastating for smaller artists. But last week proved that fans are willing to reach into their pockets to help.
Among the rap collective’s rugged, macho street raps, Plum has delivered prose with the precision of a silent assassin. Now, she’s ready to step out front with her solo material.
Volume 4 Issue 3: Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine and Benny the Butcher formed more than 15 years ago, developing a gnarly sound inspired by the slimy criminal underbelly of Buffalo, New York. In a landscape of youthful, Auto-Tuned rap stars, they stand out like ugly ducklings.
Maine has excavated personal trauma and heartbreak for his latest album, Ricky Music, which he made over the course of two years from his Manhattan apartment.
Quarantine culture arrives this week, featuring: Christine and the Queens, Diplo, Rita Ora, Clairo and Kim Petras.
There are a bunch of coronavirus-themed tracks doing the rounds – and it’s not the first time health officials have had help from musicians.
Get your ears around Yaeji’s silky new single, sultry synths from Girlpool and bask in the glory of hip-hop’s great enigma, Jay Electronica.
Sitting down with Niall “album guy” Horan as he releases his second solo record, Heartbreak Weather.
Fans of the mythologised rapper waited 13 year for A New Testimony. There’s a lot to process.
Sitting down and opening up with Haim ahead of the release of their revelational new album. “We didn’t mean it to be this way,” they say, “but it ended up being our most personal record.”
Tributes from those who knew him, loved him, raved with him and played with him.
After turning heads at fashion month in Paris, The Face speaks to the breakthrough rapper with entrepreneurial flair.
The Louisiana native makes pitch-bent pop that bangs on his recent album Cardboard City.
To coincide with the release of their new track El Vals De La Piedra, out this week, we asked the satanic-tinged reggaeton trio to curate the capital’s top DIY spots.
Hard beats with sweet melodies from the Brooklyn DJ and designer.
Listen to ferocious lyrics from Megan Thee Stallion’s alter ego Suga, the latest from Afropop artist Darkoo and a climate crisis anthem from Kelly Lee Owens.
New album color theory is a synesthetic portrait of the 22-year-old singer-songwriter’s demons, but it’s not all doom and gloom.
Club night Yard select six French rappers who always get the function turnt up.
Frank Ocean got his first taste of the music industry as a songwriter in the latter half of the ’00s. Collaborators detail first impressions of a young Lonny Breaux, his studio ethic and eventual rise to worldwide success.
Fresh from playing at London’s much-loved Adonis party, the former professional cyclist joins the Face Mix series.
Volume 4 Issue 003: The London rapper is riding music’s global collaboration wave and fucking with gender in her own easy way.