The Toronto-based artist delivers an hour of pounding party music ahead of Flesh festival.
Digital cover: While hip-hop’s trends have come and gone, the veteran rapper has never gone out of fashion. In his interview with THE FACE, he praises Kanye West and Pharrell for keeping his sound fresh on new album It’s Almost Dry.
Jacob Lusk, Ryan Hope and Ari Balouzian have made waves with their critically-acclaimed jazzy sound. Now, they’re going global with a packed summer on the festival circuit.
Brace yourself for 70 minutes of epic trance, thunderous techno and punk attitude.
The ever-expanding collective has revolutionised birdwatching. Now, they’ve released three EPs which merge soothing field recordings with contributions from artists based in London, New York and Tokyo.
The Kyiv-based artist made a name for herself with hard-hitting hip-hop and off-the-wall humour. Now, her focus is sustaining morale in a war zone.
Digital cover: Lasers, lightning and synchronised backing dancers – Charli’s Crash tour is the crowning point in her complex journey to pop stardom. THE FACE joins her while she laps up the glory in Los Angeles.
The NYC DJ makes dizzying blends for those who like their kicks tough and their pop super-sweet.
Chal Ravens’ column collects the best DJ mixes and sets that have dropped in recent weeks.
My Media Diet: The dancefloor legend talks through his upcoming album, stripping it all back and his fears for the future of nightlife (tip: get off yer bloody phones).
The 21-year-old is a torchbearer of Nigerian music. On Rave & Roses, he doesn’t disappoint.
Fresh off the back of a live performance in London, acclaimed rapper Wiki talks street oysters, being a Libra and ridding the world of billionaires.
First he unveiled his drop-dead-cool debut collection for the French fashion house. For his next trick: a hip-hop all-stars album called I Know Nigo.
From Ministry of Sound DJ to arranging strings for Ye, the founder of new NFT platform tells us how he’s bringing time-served musical experience to the digital space.
Two Ribbons, the new album from Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton, is a sparkling, life-affirming set of songs bringing light to darkness and celebrating a lifelong friendship.
The Big Dyke Energy co-founder is a mainstay of South London’s queer clubbing scene.
With help from friends Honey Dijon, Zadie Smith and Robyn, the iconic musician revisits her Raw Like Sushi era.
Ahead of London’s Risen festival, celebrating the “divine” feminine, we speak to a range of nightlife industry workers to gauge their thoughts on achieving proper progress.
The renowned bassist once toured the world with Daniel Caesar’s band. Now, she's exploring her own sound.
LSDXOXO, object blue, Julianna Huxtable and some of London’s best underground DJs will be at the two-day event this spring.
Designed by Berghain’s architects, ∄ is a countercultural hub in Ukraine’s capital. The parties stopped when Russia’s invasion began, and now the venue’s team is raising funds for those in danger.
TokenTraxx is on a mission to revolutionise music NFTs. The London start-up explains how.
The musician’s new EP Getaway is full of tender, diaristic detail.