Review: FKA Twigs’ haunting second studio album features cut glass vocals, production from Nicolas Jaar and playful references from Kate Bush.
Bright, emotive house music from the Peach Discs boss.
The Chilean-born DJ chats debut album inspiration, production ventures and her love of the colour orange.
Review: Last night the Detroit singer preached a gospel of #selflove to 5000 party-ready fans.
Director Nabil gives us the lowdown on Dua's latest earworm.
With plays from Four Tet and showcases on NTS, the trans musician and activist is finally getting the adoration he deserves at 74 years old.
The Australian singer has opened for Shawn Mendes, been praised by Elton John, and is about to detonate like a dormant pop land mine.
Review: Guests like Headie One, Stormzy, WizKid and Tory Lanez – and plenty killer tracks – show that Krept & Konan mean business.
A month packed full of stuff worth getting out of bed for.
Next Big Thing, Victoria Monét, talks Charlie's Angels, Ariana and hot new music projects.
The nightlife trailblazers instrumental in building the city’s booming techno scene discuss what needs to be changed and where it can go.
Badgirl$ emerged from a 5am chat at a warehouse rave. During an intense creative period, they created a moody brew of trap production and grunge. Now they’re having a laugh with it.
The Melting Point crew is throwing “fundravers” in solidarity with Latinx asylum seekers and migrants.
Review: With her sparkly pop anthems, Charli provides a cathartic release for her Scottish stans.
Melina Duterte, aka Jay Som, embraces collaboration on her album, Anak Ko.
Despite years of painful – and ongoing – legal battles, Kesha is back with a joyful new album. Say hello to Kesha 4.0.
Getting to know King Princess.
Kanye West unveiled his heavily religious project, nature sound effects and MAGA-esque merch.
Hip-hop artists have been celebrating the religion in their songs for decades. But recent controversies have got Muslims wondering where the line needs to be drawn.