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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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Mumbai’s leading electronic lady on where to let loose.
Hard-hitting techno from the renowned NYC DJ and Jack Dept. boss.
In our fourth episode the pop star sensation dreams about living in a non-digital world and gives advice to her younger self...
Volume 4 Issue 001: Rampaging sheep, his brother’s weird ear and the perils of cheesecake: sitting down with the 47-year-old former Oasis frontman as he releases his second solo album, Why Me? Why Not.
Volume 4 Issue 001: The teenager with a big smile and big ambitions.
The Face delved inside the south London singer's “busy brain” for top tips on ultimate relaxation and finding The One.
The Tottenham rapper has transcended the UK drill scene and climbed the charts. He speaks to The Face about family, success and a growing sense of responsibility.
Volume 4 Issue 001: The outlandish rapper bringing rhymes out of the nursery.
Following her scores for Under the Skin and Jackie, the London experimentalist is now orchestrating for a new teen survival thriller.
Before Instagram existed, Tyler and his crew built their own aesthetic universe, inviting fans along for the wild ride. The music industry watched closely.
The Face cover star Tyler, the Creator scored his first number one album this year. In honour of his vibrant masterpiece, here’s a run down of the art and music which (potentially) inspired it.
Volume 4 Issue 001: Pinning down the pied piper of Fairfax (and the most influential artist of the decade).
Volume 4 Issue 001: From Coachella to Glastonbury, how the Spanish singer went global.