100%: After 10 years of writing songs, the eccentric Baltimore artist is finally getting his flowers. Here’s what he thinks about Joe Biden, London life and The Sims.
The 24-year-old has taken her beloved genre into fresh territory and earned the respect of the scene’s older heads. Her next trick? A debut album that fuses euphoric breaks with the guitar-powered swagger of Britpop. Let’s have it.
The Metalheadz co-founder, jungle pioneer and all-around British legend calls in from his home in Thailand to talk Bowie, ’shrooms and that machete he keeps under his bed.
With their explicit lyricism and infectious trapwave sound, D-Block Europe have certified themselves as one of the most popular UK rap acts of all time. We met the duo on the day they scored a Number One album to talk sex, religion, money and mental health.
She's pop music’s fearless trailblazer, a committed experimentalist who’s navigated the music industry machine and kept her integrity intact. Now, Charli XCX is back with a rowdy, ravey record which laps up the drama of friendships, fall-outs and fame.
Rated by The Face: a playlist featuring Nia Archives, Dua Lipa, Saya Gray and Tierra Whack.
THE FACE meets the shadowy duo at Clockenflap festival to talk about surviving in one of the world’s most expensive cities.
100%: The French couple chat UFOs, onion tatins and “upping” the “ante” on their excellent second album.
Rated by The Face: a playlist featuring I. Jordan, Little Simz, Erika de Casier and GloRilla.
The rowdy and raunchy trio are the hottest new act in Detroit’s club scene. They share their manifesto just before hitting the stage in London for the first time.
100%: The soul-soothing artist talks dreams, desserts and wanting to play Busta Rhymes in his biopic.
We report from the buzzing sibling duo’s New York show, for which they were both the support act and the headliners.
Here’s your weekly cultural digest – rounding up the stories that you should care about in film, fashion and music.
Rated by The Face: a playlist featuring John Glacier, Jawnino, Daine and Zlatan.
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Here’s a chance to perform at the world’s most iconic festival.
100%: With about 20,000 selfies on her phone, the Kingston-via-London musician is poised for superstardom. Here, she talks Megan Thee Stallion, bacon sarnies and never paying on dates.
Since 2017, the controversy-baiting trio have nurtured a DIY Irish-language music scene. Now, they're on the cusp of an international breakthough, and their drug-addled biopic has won an award at the Sundance Film Festival.
Rated by The Face: a playlist featuring Skepta, Ice Spice, Sainté and Megan Thee Stallion.
100%: Ángel Ballesteros, the lead singer of the Mexico-based trio, talks Justin Bieber, their Nick León-produced debut album and finally listening to mum’s advice.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom on the making of Dave – voice of a generation and creator of the defining British rap album of its time – taken from his new book Where We Come From.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Nia Archives, Smerz, Kim Gordon and Teezo Touchdown.
100%: We quizzed the Rotterdam-based singer-songwriter about Sting, Real Housewives and healing from heartbreak.
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