At Grace Wales Bonner’s Devotional Sound event, the New York crowd was bathed in soul-calming vibrations from Harlem’s distinguished sound artist.
Following the first live performance of When I Get Home documented here, Grace speaks to Solange about devotion, the spectrum of research that informs her work, and the voices that have helped her better understand herself.
Since getting kicked out of home in Venezuela, the curator and DJ has made his mark on Boston’s nightlife scene.
A party scene collision of east and west, with members spread out across Hong Kong, Shanghai and London.
An intergenerational set of players and guests grace Flamagra, including Herbie Hancock, Solange Knowles, David Lynch, and Tierra Whack.
The BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ has put together a mix which merges his usual genre favourites; afrobeats to dancehall, and hip-hop covering all angles.
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The police broke it up. The fans styled it out.
“All of the people in the alté movement are solely driven by a strong desire to create without limits, that’s all that matters to us.”
As the co-founder of liberal São Paolo club night Mamba Negra, Laura Diaz is attempting to fight far-right Brazilian politics through raving.
The trio’s new video celebrates a cultural wave they’ve pioneered.
Review: On his highly-anticipated album Nothing Great About Britain, the rapper relishes in grittiness.
The politically-minded musician explains what dozakh means in Farsi and argues for the boycott of Israel.
“When I’m angry I think that’s when the most savage lyrics kind of come out”.
The Face sits down with the seminal rap group to get the truth behind the Wu-Tang folklore.
The Kali & Jorja Tour, look by look.
Experimental artist Cobrah recalls her initiation into Stockholm’s queer and fetish scenes, charting the city’s kinkiest clubs, performers and events.
SF once had a thriving scene of scuzzy rock bands – but gentrification has chased it all the way to LA.
On the first night of the avant-pop performer’s new tour at LA’s Palace Theater, twigs unveiled a hypnotic new show.
The police and patriarchy haven't stopped the 21-year-old Glasgow rapper.
Alter-egos, privacy and surveillance are just some of the reasons behind drill’s masks and balaclavas.
One of the faces behind Paris’s burgeoning Creole scene.