In his new book, Notes From An Apocalypse, the Irish author investigates our in-built obsession with the end of the world.
After a prolonged period of isolation, therapy and introspection, the French singer and actress returns with her hotly anticipated third album.
The head of XL Recordings has jammed several lifetimes into his 49 years. Here, he shares some of the advice he’s picked up along the way.
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.
As the country went into lockdown, we jumped on the phone with the new Shadow Justice Secretary to talk about his book, Tribes.
Following the release of his second solo album, the producer talks revolution, retirement and why he’s angry at the internet.
The newly-elected Labour MP has been accused of homophobia and inciting anti-fascist violence. Here, she discusses her tumultuous first month in Parliament.
The competition to replace Jeremy Corbyn is already in full swing. Here, we catch up with Clive Lewis MP to talk through scandal, loss, and his plans for the future.
With his new record 2020, the Newcastle songwriter is looking to the (close) future; a world of dead-end jobs, bigoted butchers and retractable extension leads.
Nadia Guo’s professional reputation was wrecked by Canadian tabloids, forcing her to rebuild her life from the bottom up.
With two albums and two film projects on the way, the Mael Brothers are proving that five decades into their careers the best may still be ahead of them.
On her latest record, the alt-country singer confronts the problems of her past, and takes her sound in a bold new direction.