Featuring Brent Fayiaz's hearbreaker R&B, Jeshi's world weary rap and a fan fave from SZA.
2021 in review: After surging in global popularity last year, the suspenseful South African genre became the to-go sound for Hennessy-sipping London ravers.
THE FACE contributor Lina Abascal has chronicled the intense ’00s genre in her new book Never Be Alone Again. Here, she picks out some classics from the movement.
Having collaborated on gritty club-adjacent tracks, Nottingham trio Lukas Wiglex, Son of Philip and Des Hagenasty share their wide range of influences.
When the techno figurehead hosted a rave with the fashion house at the Tate Modern in London, Prada Extends was the talk of the town. Here, Hawtin discusses his creative chemistry with the label, also sharing his hopes for dance music’s future.
Chal Ravens’ column collects the best DJ mixes and sets that have dropped in recent weeks.
The late visionary created collisions in fashion and music, using his platforms to boost the careers of the artists who inspired him.
Every month, Wale Oloworekende covers the continent’s most exciting releases and music news stories for THE FACE.
The South East Londoner discusses the potent messages of The Power In Us.
Pop-punk is back and KennyHoopla is one of the new generation’s leading lights: a one-man band who left Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to follow a yellow brick road to Hollywood... then, um, back to Wisconsin again.
The DJ and club runner-turned-artist discusses his journey from Mike Skinner to Caroline Polachek via Skepta. His Reebok Workouts won’t fail him now.
The new artist blends her own emotive material with tracks by Overmono, Eartheater and Joy Orbison.
After surprising listeners this summer by announcing his departure from NTS Radio after 10 years, the London DJ has set up his own Do!! You!!! platform. THE FACE visits him as he draws up his new blueprint for organised chaos.
Following Adele’s request, the streaming giant has hidden the shuffle button. Here, THE FACE’s editors pick out LPs with genius song sequencing.
Unpacking the powerful references in the visuals for the duo's collaboration with Pa Salieu.
Arm’s Length, the new EP from the California-born Londoner, is a brooding and intoxicating meditation on how to figure things out, interspersed with lo-fi beats and glorious acoustics.
The London DJ takes us around the world with her eclectic Face Mix. Dig in.
You know the one: all-black tracksuit, impeccable mani, very serious phone call. Here’s what was happening on the other end of the line.
Adele meets Queenie author Candice Carty-Williams to talk music, motherhood, dogs, divorce (babe, divorce) – and her record-breaking comeback.
Who wouldn’t like to have a sesh down the pub with one of the biggest musicians of the 21st century? We’ve put together a list of Adele’s most hilarious moments – so grab a beer, put your feet up and enjoy.
Meet the fans who were exactly the same age as each of Adele’s albums – and who used her music to soundtrack the growing pains of young adulthood.
The Grammy-winning, record-breaking artist discusses how she avoids the endless scroll.