Before lockdown, Charlie Kwai ventured to the Pâté en Croûte world championships – a larger-than-life event where tradition and innovation combine.
When the island was under Nazi control during the Second World War, two avant-garde artists attempted their own resistance campaign.
The Dysturb Collective use street art and photography to deliver COVID-19 information that reaches beyond the mainstream bubble.
After a prolonged period of isolation, therapy and introspection, the French singer and actress returns with her hotly anticipated third album.
French economist Thomas Porcher explains why the current global crisis has been a long time coming – and that radical action will be key to whatever comes next.
Following the release of his second solo album, the producer talks revolution, retirement and why he’s angry at the internet.
The movement fused film, art, photography and graphic design to create a radical new style of communication.
After an eight-year wait, the French producer is back with his second album. He tells us why it took so long – and why he sees his musical role as that of a ‘midwife’.
The nameless movement has been plastering urgent messages on walls across the country: ‘Our objective is simple: for the deaths of these women to stop.’
Nouvelle Vague frontman Marc Collin makes his directorial debut with The Shock Of Future: a filmic homage to the power of electronic music.
Enter the fantastical world of Sônge: an insomniac synesthete who writes songs about devils, death and deities.
The cult French artist, who is gearing up to release her first full-length album in over three decades, takes us on a tour through London’s Soho.