Once again, Wireless proved itself to be the UK’s essential rap festival.
The British-born Ghanaian producer whose discography includes work with Lauryn Hill, Burna Boy, Mr Eazi, Not3s and Kojo Funds takes us on an hour-long tour through the Ghana highlife genre.
The Melbourne artist has endured heartache, drug addiction, a mental health crisis and a run-in with the law – now she’s back with the stunning new release Body by Crystal.
Having shrugged off cosigns from the likes of Justin Vernon and GOOD Music and signed to 4AD, the Minneapolis artist is creating something he truly believes in.
The Tottenham heavyweights have joined forces for new single Back to Basics. The Face was there on the shoot.
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Review: Gou has become a high-demand club DJ. Her instalment of the esteemed mix series explores some of her softer musical preferences.
20 years ago, blink-182 broke through with Enema of the State and starred in American Pie, ditching traditional punk principles and defining late ’90s teen culture.
A “sad tumblr girl” aesthetic with an indie sound to match, Pen Gutt shares the DIY visuals for his track Bare Dans.
DJ and former Phonica employee Danielle guides us through one of the UK’s most exciting nightlife cities: Bristol.
Review: Nine songs of stress-electronica, elegantly crafted, and revealing hidden depths, meanings, melodies and anger.
Absorb an hour of pure intensity from the Paris artist.
Review: The young London band’s vocals sometimes feel like an afterthought, but their innovative approach to playing justifies a lot of the hype.
Now free from major label bullshit, the daring artist is no longer limited by anyone else’s fears.
The performer’s fragile vocals have recently appeared in teen properties like The Goldfinch, The Society, 13 Reasons Why and Eighth Grade.
The light heavyweight boxer made a playlist for The Face, featuring Drake, Dave & J Hus and Take That (yes, really).
A photography book documents the much-loved footwork pioneer from 2011-2014, as he pushed the underground Chicago sound across the globe.
A few years back, the Copenhagen indie pop band caught a buzz. After some healing, they’re ready to share new material with the rest of the world.
Rising from Melbourne’s scuzzy punk community, Amyl and The Sniffers’ rowdy frontwoman recommends some Aussie peers.