The Insecure Men and Fat White Family man has made a 10-track album full of karaoke covers. We met up to talk Tory governments, turning 30 and duetting with Peter Andre.
From Snoop Dogg and Tupac to A$AP Rocky – photographer Mike Miller has spent decades documenting the world of West Coast hip hop.
Ahead of the release of new album Bottle It In, we sit down with the Philadelphia native to talk anxiety, editing yourself and why you shouldn’t be offended if he tells you he’s not Kurt Vile.
To celebrate the release of her novel Paradise Rot, we speak to the fearless musician and writer about lust, language and why we need to rethink how we talk about our bodies.
The immaculately coiffed north London duo don’t want to talk about politics with their music. They want to talk about God.
The most interesting mind in music talks breaking rules, chasing fame, and soundtracking the World Cup Final.
Ahead of her show at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, we speak to the Memphis singer-songwriter about finding your way out of the dark places.
As the music publication celebrates a decade of editorial independence, founders John Doran and Luke Turner reflect on the highs and lows of their tumultuous tenure.
Brooklyn Wildlife is the New York art collective putting on weird shows in weird places. We catch up with founder Chris Carr about why it's so important to recontextualise the way we experience music.
Following the release of Marauder, the band’s sixth studio album, we sit down with Paul Banks to discuss chaos, confrontation and why he’s not as delicate as he used to be.
The London MC is challenging the idea of a single narrative, creating a series of calls-to-arms for anyone that considers themselves an outsider.
Ahead of Discwoman’s Concrete Lates show at London’s Southbank Centre, we speak to the women-led collectives fighting for a safer, more representative nightlife.