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Music

A new dawn for alt black girls

Black alternative people have always existed, but faced alienation in the scenes they inhabited, or ridicule within their own community. Now, propelled in part by poster girls like Rico Nasty and Doja Cat, things are changing, writes Yomi Adegoke.

Beauty

Why airbrushed hair is all the rage right now

Multicoloured, skunk pop princess hair is cropping up all over the feed, with hairstylists trialling evermore inventive methods that look brilliantly bonkers. Here’s how to get the look for yourself, you wild thing.

Culture

Queer eye for the literary high

Shuggie Bain is a Glasgow-set tale of crumbling families, ruinous addiction and blossoming sexuality. It’s also the Booker-longlisted best book of the summer. Its author, New York-based Scotsman Douglas Stuart, explains his hard road to publication, both on and off-the-page.

Culture

A Tár Is Born

Alongside Cate Blanchett, newcomer Sophie Kauer is the stand-out in Tár. As the brilliant psychological drama starts hoovering up awards-season love, we speak to the 21-year-old music student from Guildford – and tap her for an exclusive "Introduction to Classical Music" playlist.

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Music

Pa Salieu is African, stubborn and proud

Digital cover story: The Coventry rapper has proudly tapped into his Gambian roots for new EP Afrikan Rebel. Although he’s recognised as one of Britain’s brightest stars, his struggles are far from over – and his mission has just begun.

The rise and rise of Creams

They serve a million scoops of gelato every week and want to open 300 cafes by 2022. How Creams is taking over the British high street.

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