Mac DeMarco made his name as the ‘lovable prince of indie rock’. But after 10 years of singing about growing up, he’s become a homebody just trying to keep his head screwed on.
Following the addiction and infighting that characterised their last release, many felt the Fat Whites wouldn’t make it. But against the odds, they’re back.
After spending a year in isolation learning how to build chairs, the Welsh musician is back with her most personal album yet.
The filmmaker has spent 30 years exposing corruption in the country. But now, he’s turning his focus to a feature made, and set, outside Thailand.
Jennifer Herrema and Neil Hagerty are back, almost 20 years after their relationship imploded. Naturally, things are as messy as ever.
After almost four years away, the Loveless brothers are back with their third album. ‘We’ve grown up,’ they say. ‘Though not sure in what particular way.’
In his new book, the offbeat comedian opens up about his experiences with alcoholism, suicidal thoughts and sex.
Elijah Berle has always been surrounded by skate. But that doesn’t mean earning his stripes came easy.
We speak to director Hepi Mita, whose new documentary explores the life and work of his mother, Merata – a director, producer, activist and pioneer for indigenous filmmaking.
We speak with the London artist about confidence, clubbing and why she relates to people who don’t necessarily feel comfortable on-stage.
Nuanced depictions of male sex workers are rare in cinema. But with his debut feature Sauvage, Camille Vidal-Naquet is looking to buck the trend.
The band – self-dubbed makers of “East African retro-pop” – have curated an eclectic sound that celebrates transience and self-expression.