January 1990: After a year of underground success, Stone Roses and Happy Mondays crowd into a Top of the Pops dressing room to celebrate their entry into the national charts. With Britain at their feet the world will surely follow, and if you're looking for the sound of the Nineties, these are the Mancunian candidates.
Joining forces with fashion powerhouse Browns, the Lagos festival has a jam-packed schedule of online events celebrating Africa and its creativity, alongside an e-zine that’s exploring the influence and exchange that Afro culture has on pop culture.
Politics, surrealism, psychotherapy and laughs delivered by a man with a plastic bag on his head – welcome to 2020.
From FKA twigs, to Kehlani, Rico Nasty and Cardi B – there’s been a surge of cam girl and pole-dancing references in mainstream pop culture. In a pandemic, support for sex workers is crucial. But where’s the line between homage and appropriation?
From James Jebbia, founder of Supreme, to Cactus Plant Flea Market founder Cynthia Lu, we take a look at the power players utilising anonymity in a world in which shouting the loudest is often the best way to get heard.