We were ready to share our new issue back in March. Then the world fell off a cliff.
New York music manager Michele Saunders dusts off her three-decade-old photo albums to pay tribute to the city’s club scene.
South American director Pablo Larraín discusses his new film Ema: an anarchic, dance-fuelled redemption story.
This week saw the tragic passing of Philippe Zdar, a much-loved visionary and pioneering force in French electronic music.
Dancers can dedicate their entire life to their career, for it then to be forcibly cut short by the time they turn 30. So what happens next?
Jay Jay Revlon’s community-centred club night, Let’s Have A Kiki, brings the pioneering dance movement of the ’80s and ’90s into the present day.
We speak to director Lukas Dhont about Girl: his new, moving, and richly observed drama about a trans teenager who attempts to become a ballerina.
Formed in the aftermath of Stonewall riots, the Trocks are an all-gay dance group hoping to inspire change. In a new documentary, filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart celebrates their legacy.
Against a backdrop of rocketing inflation, student protests and violent crackdowns from the Venezuelan state, a group of dancers have found a way to leave politics at the door.
Maceo Frost's latest documentary, Raised by Krump, is a powerful insight into the lives of people who have turned a dance into a battle cry.
The Kiki scene is blowing up out of New York. But veterans of the voguing community know it’s no passing trend. This is a subculture backed by some serious history – and it’s got the political bite to prove it.