The pop-R&B artist shares her thoughts on major-label limbo and staying true to her creative spirit with her latest release, Songs for You.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The drug-soaked hip-hop duo taking the PTSD of London’s streets into the charts.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Sue Horne is the head of space exploration at the UK Space Agency. Here she talks new space stations and Europe’s first mission to Mars.
The smooth-singing, self-aware musician played a collection of new songs and old covers to a micro audience at Brooklyn’s Harvey Theater.
Photographer Rosie Marks went inside the annual art fair so you didn’t have to.
Inside an intimate party at Apple HQ to celebrate the newly-anointed Global Artist of the Year.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Stuart Russell, Professor of computer science at the University of California, weighs in on “digital personal assistants” and the tragic prospect of “AI-powered genocide”.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Whether singing about cows, waffles or cunnilingus, Doja Cat is here to surprise and entertain.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Journeying from EastEnders to Hollywood blockbusters with the “fucking crazy” anti-thespian.
Photographer Anna Pollack talks us through the hair raising action on the set of the Safdie brothers’ new film shot in New York’s Diamond District.