Mura Masa, Shygirl and Channel Tres go all Y2K on us, I. JORDAN captures a dancefloor mood and Dave gets deep on his 24th birthday.
Sampled by Charli XCX and now referenced on Beyoncé’s comeback single, the rave classic is everywhere in 2022. But what does the originator think about its resurgence?
On new single Break My Soul, Bey said: hand in your notice. This lot have only gone and done it.
With Beyoncé and Drake embracing the club, THE FACE’s team picked out their favourite mainstream floor-fillers from the past.
The groovy artist is juggling her education with modelling and a blossoming music career.
Can someone make a coffee for our heads, please? With the right amount of sugars?
She sings about her love for sushi, isn’t afraid of being vulnerable and makes bops for the it-girl that resides in all of us. Now, BAYLI is back with another intimate single, Think of Drugs.
We promise this lot are worth leaving your tent for.
The Danish band lost their singer to suicide last year. Now, talking about it for the first time, they’re ready to release the beautiful album they completed with him.
The Happier Than Ever tour finally hits the UK, including a Glastonbury headline slot. But before that, Billie gets up close and personal in Germany.
Chal Ravens’ column collects the best DJ mixes and radio sets that have dropped in recent weeks.
Check out some of the best party get-ups from the ravey weekender.
THE FACE cover star just topped the US Billboard Chart via her feature on Future's Wait For U. Does Tems' fast rise reflect a wider change for female African artists?
After writing and producing music for the likes of Griff, Ed Sheeran and Finn Askew, the Londoner’s impressive first EP, Kwong, is a poignant love letter to his family.
By the age of 21, the producer had gone from making beats in his bedroom in Guernsey to winning a Grammy and performing with A$AP Rocky at Coachella. After a few left turns and lockdown lethargy, he's stopped overthinking things and embraced mischief for his new album, demon time.
Rave Report: These community-building parties celebrate the city’s “ugliness, beauty and rawness.”
Here's what when down at Hazza's Brixton Academy show last night.
When her debut album, Fake It Flowers, was released just before the UK went into lockdown, Beabadoobee became a bedroom indie star who would have to remain in the bedroom. Now, with an expansive second album, the musician is at the top of her game – and out in the world.