The Bristol DJ/producer showcases the softer side of his club music peers.
The New Yorker blew up last year off the viral track Big Drip. Now with a Quavo and Lil’ Baby remix, new banger Wetty and an upcoming mixtape, the rapper is set to take over this year.
Yaeji enlists her rapper friends, The 1975 team up with Phoebe Bridgers and Biig Piig dabbles in drum 'n' bass.
The NYC duo are one of the most exciting new acts in underground club culture. Despite the crisis, they see light at the end of the tunnel.
The Croydon hitmaker pulls no punches for The Face’s questionnaire.
Marking the release of her new mixtape What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던, the Brooklyn-based singer, DJ, producer and artist talks us through the anime-inspired characters who star in the video for lead track, Waking Up Down.
The NYC-based artist talks us through her new mixtape What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던. Merging anime, club music and Korean culture with help from her inner circle of collaborators, the project feels like a warm hug between friends.
The self-produced bedroom artist soundtracking life’s highs and lows.
A new photography zine captures the Tottenham rappers’ summer block party.
Jess Smyth has charmed the likes of Billie Eilish with her soothing neo-soul. The Irish singer’s new track Switch proves she can turn it up a notch.
Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall on life after loo roll.
The London DJ captures the energy of rave’s recent past.
Volume 4 Issue 3: On 31st March 2019, Nipsey Hussle was shot dead in the parking lot of his Marathon Clothing store. The Face speaks to the rapper's partners and protégés who are running the metaphorical marathon in his absence.
As the founder of XL – the British record label that brought us The Prodigy, Dizzee Rascal, Adele, The White Stripes, Tyler, The Creator and more – releases his new multi-artist album under the name Everything Is Recorded and publishes his memoir, we take you on a wild ride through 30 years of groundbreaking music.
The American musician-singer-songwriter loves cartoons as much as mind-melting jazz. Here are his tips for beginners.
Brace yourself... Rihanna’s back with sensual vocals alongside PARTYNEXTDOOR, Rosalía hits us with a raw break up track and Dua brings the party with her new disco album Future Nostalgia.
That’s Rita Ora, of course. A string of hits, kinky feature films, judging Masked Singers, walking in Miu Miu’s AW20 show – and now, partnering with the UN and bringing us the perfect pop song for now. Is there nothing she can’t do?
With a Glastonbury-shaped hole in our summer, The Face team reminisce on the best sets from the last 50 years.
Plus, a list of new ones to look forward to in 2020.
Fun, feminist and disco-flavoured, Future Nostalgia might be the biggest pop album of the self-isolation era.
The London-via-Merseyside duo have created a network of free-spirited collaborators.
1997: They’re Number One pop stars and the architects of Amyl House. They’re Dr. Ed and Mr. Tom, and they’re ready to unleash more weird science on you. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Belt the latest synth pop banger from The Weeknd, a blissful new track from Shura and soulful sounds from Childish Gambino.