In the 2010s, the trap beat became one of the defining signatures of contemporary music. Simon Reynolds traces its migration from the streets of Atlanta to the pop charts, spawning scenes across the globe.
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After a devastating performance in God’s Own Country, the actor swaps the Yorkshire Dales for Buckingham Palace in the new series of The Crown. Here’s why even punks, anarchists and republicans should tune in.
The off-beat LA rapper spitting bars about race cars, Tony Hawk and coca cola lovers.
Daisy Jones’ contribution to Glastonbury 50 – the new book celebrating five decades of the festival – is a tribute to its late-night antics, the clubs and stages that make the site’s southwest corner come alive after dark.