Inside Lagos’ go-to-week-breaker, plus a mix from its co-founder DJ Debby.
The Face guide to the 2020s: “In the next 10 years auto-generated music will benefit people who are less interested in the creative process but understand the value of generic music as a means to augment their celebrity.”
Listen to eclectic hip-hop and indie beats from the FKA Twigs collaborator.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The DJ might be new rap royalty but she’s also a deep-down neek.
Review: Two of Britain’s best stars shared a tiny stage in front of a passionate hometown crowd at Camden’s Electric Ballroom.
The pop-R&B artist shares her thoughts on major-label limbo and staying true to her creative spirit with her latest release, Songs for You.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The drug-soaked hip-hop duo taking the PTSD of London’s streets into the charts.
The smooth-singing, self-aware musician played a collection of new songs and old covers to a micro audience at Brooklyn’s Harvey Theater.
Inside an intimate party at Apple HQ to celebrate the newly-anointed Global Artist of the Year.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Whether singing about cows, waffles or cunnilingus, Doja Cat is here to surprise and entertain.
Intimate photos of the breakthrough indie pop artist’s US tour.
We teamed up with the Brixton station to discuss the trials and tribulations of our new cover star.
Deep in the moshpit of the world’s leading rap festival.
For fans of the band, this carousel of studio sessions, concert clips and, um, not much else will prove a disappointment.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Sitting down with the 26-year-old former One Directioner as he releases his debut solo album, LP1.
The monthly party which began as a nomadic gathering of like-minded hedonists in illegal warehouses has grown to include a music label, a permanent home at the canal-side club Griessmuehle and, now, a book.
Volume 4 Issue 002: He’s the bad boy of Nigerian music – a controversial hit machine who’s built an empire of loyal fans and topped the African charts. The youth love him and the press is obsessed with him. So why does the government want Naira Marley behind bars?
Nigerian musicians are making a major impact across the globe – but in their home country, the industry has a different set of rules. Lagos-based journalist Joey Akan provides a beginner’s guide.
From underground club tracks, to pop bangers and memeable viral hits – listen to 100 songs which soundtracked our 2019.
“It was easier for me to have a photoshoot with Hedi Slimane than to become a dishwasher in Marseille.”
Villejuif Underground frontman Nathan Roche hadn’t had more than €200 in his account since 2014. And then he became a model and muse for Celine.
The DIY darling’s just released two new tracks. Listen here to see why all eyes are on him.
The Smartbar regular reports on the current state of Chicago’s storied club scene.