Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Conducta, Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar, Kaytranimé and K-Lone.
As Kaytranada and Aminé drop their joint album Kaytraminé, THE FACE team picks out some of our favourite collab albums of all time.
100%: Ahead of her US tour, the soul singer chats spa days, bad highs and all those Nina Simone comparisons.
The LA-based producer used Grimes’ Elf.Tech software to mimic her voice. After Grimes declared it a “masterpiece”, the song has become the artist's first official AI release.
In defiance of prudish algorithms, a new wave of silly selectors are heading to a good club near you.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Potter Payper, Sofie Royer, Jorja Smith and Overmono.
After recently being released from jail, the unique Californian rapper swiftly dropped a 33-track mixtape. He speaks to THE FACE about his new found happiness and the flaws of the US prison system.
100%: We quizzed the Stormzy collaborator on his go-to cereal, rock music and his new project, three.one.
The musician and fashion icon reflects on the profound impact of the late rock'n'roll pioneer.
After going viral with political lyrics and claims that he’s a Premier League player, Dide has football and rap fans speculating on his real identity. In his first ever interview, he tells THE FACE about the motivation behind the mask.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Amaarae, Skiifall, Yeat and Snow Strippers.
After rising up the ranks of the UK club circuit with hyper-emotional anthems, the Welsh brothers are having a crack at international stardom. THE FACE finds them enjoying piña coladas at Coachella and DJing in a Bristol roundabout.
Fred Durst’s in an A24 movie, Deftones have done a Heaven collab and a new wave of bands have revived the muscular, moshpit-opening guitar sound. So why was the genre out of fashion for so long?
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Jim Legxacy, Avalon Emerson, Louis Culture and Kalabash.
After hosting talks for Boiler Room x Ballantine's True Music Studios in Soweto, Mfula explains the sgija sound and bacardi revival. Like amapiano? Love this.
Skepta and Jammer on their new house label Más Tiempo: “This is something we were always capable of”
The grime legends talk Ibiza, their early DJing years and the future of Boy Better Know.
After hosting workshops for aspiring club architects across the globe, the crew’s founder John Leo Gillen has made a book that celebrates the short lives of iconic nightlife hubs.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Nines, Bree Runway, Beabadoobee and Bar Italia.
Centred at The White Hotel in Salford, the events series has built a community of musicians and artists inspired by pagan practices and radical philosophy.
THE FACE met with the fashion figure and GUESS USA ambassador at the California festival to chat about all things music.
100%: The sibling duo on weird DMs, jazz and, er, Gotye.
A report from weekend one of Coachella.