The east London artist’s new single oozes attitude. Watch the visuals exclusively via The Face.
The 21-year-old New York-based DJ has been making spontaneous beats across the pond with British DJ Tommy Gold.
If anyone knows the dedication it takes to get to the top, it’s Angelo Baque. The founder of Awake NY visited The Face House in Miami to weigh in on the shifting retail landscape and the changes we’re set to see in the decade ahead.
Featuring a Drake and Future reunion, a massive tune from 070 Shake and a precious song by Mac Miller.
The breakthrough rapper sits down with two thirds of No Vacancy Inn to debate how musicians can succeed with their integrity intact.
Review: Madge pays homage to Portuguese traditions in her current home of Lisbon, chucking in a few classics and a dick joke for good measure.
After being snubbed by the music industry for years, Mr Strange generated over a million views with a fearless freestyle.
The DJ, producer and environmental toxicologist visited The Face House in Miami to discuss how we can be kinder to the earth we’re dancing on.
Review: With clever flourishes and hip-hop inspired sounds, Gomez’s third studio album is a well-honed artistic revival.
The Ecuadorian-Lithuanian artist kicks off the decade with an urgent protest mix.
The Sydney stalwart persevered while lockout laws nearly crushed the dance music scene.
Meet the biggest new musical talent of the year, already.
Talks of a nationwide sex drought have been circling for months. Now it seems self-enforced celibacy is hitting the music scene.
Biebs is back, Naira Marley has a new dance and a new rapper from Coventry has Twitter talking. Keep up-to-date with our regularly updated playlist.
The DJ on Grace Jones, Chicago house and her debut art installation at Potato Head Beach Club, Bali.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The Latin artist is ready to spread reggaeton internationally and to remind the world of the music’s Panamanian roots.
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.