Rated by The Face: a weekly playlist
The best contemporary music – updated weekly.
Taking the Revelations hot seat for our fifth episode is rapper Kojey Radical, where he talks nude beaches, herbs and the moment he realised he was gifted. There’s also a drum roll, too.
The Afro-futurist, butch femme rapper talks to The Face about some of the city’s most inspiring musicians and artists.
Volume 4 Issue 001: His songs helped make sense of the humdrum of his hometown. Then his self-recorded album racked up half-a-million streams.
Sun, sea and psychedelic sounds! DJ and producer Maft Sai gives us the low-down on the sleepless city, Bangkok.
We teamed up with SoundCloud to host a showcase with Ness Heads, Tabby Wakes, Jallal and Jay Gwuapo in our Face Apartment.
Rap shows used to encourage a play-it-cool attitude. So why have they become more like punk and metal gigs?
With a “Do It Together” motto and ideology inspired by anarcho-punk, the Post-Dreifing community are taking over Reykjavik.
At the beginning of the year, the Brixton duo were at the centre of a historic censorship story. This week they've got a new album, but the authorities continue to stunt their success.
The South London songwriter selects her top renditions that uncover new emotions while matching the originals.
Review: The rapper has rapidly shot to fame this year. His new LP has the feel of a major label debut, with more self-reflection and the obvious big name guests.
On the agenda: his spacey new direction, the need for a live scissors player, the importance of Vossi Bop, milking dry the Oasis cash cow and no questions about Liam (but we asked anyway).
On the weekend Jesus is King was supposed to drop, Kanye spread the gospel in Detroit, Chicago and NYC. The Face caught some time with organ player Philip Cornish in the Motor City.
With just a handful of sad and beautiful songs, the songwriter has a lot of people talking about him.
Honey Dijon, 032c, GmbH, Herrensauna and more weigh in.
From Weather Report to Wiley, here’s a tour of the renowned London jazz artist’s home vinyl collection.
Make room on your playlist for Squid and their punk-funk Krautrock pile-up.
We celebrated the wild imaginations of Tyler, the Creator and Lava La Rue at a DIY spot in Brixton Village.
Volume 4 Issue 001: Life is getting quite exciting for Jimothy Lacoste.
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