Founding band members Dave Maclean and Vinny Neff discuss the making of their latest album, Glowing in the Dark, and how the small mistakes that happen along the way often make for the best tracks.
We speak to musicians and brother-in-laws Tom Fraser and The Verve’s Simon Tong about reviving a late relative’s legacy after stumbling on her music by chance.
To mark the release of his new LP, the frontman of south London group 67 calls from prison to discuss his fraught past, dismantling the Tories and embracing the multitude of ways drill has evolved.
The 25-year-old artist has followed up a period of prolonged introspection with her most expansive work yet.
The Trinidadian artist has long used his instrument as a tool to fight oppression. His new album is the latest instalment in a life defined by resistance.
A new release from some of the country’s most exciting musicians challenges the notion that the fight for freedom is a battle of the past.
In the early noughties, Owura “Tony” Nyanin and Kofi “Teddy” Hanson were two of the UK’s most influential MCs – then they disappeared. Now reunited over a decade later, the pair say the world wasn’t ready for them.
The comedian discusses his new documentary, which looks to recover the legacy of the relatively forgotten band, The Nightingales, through following its renegade frontman, punk icon Robert Lloyd.
BC,NR aren’t just anxious young people making music for other anxious young people: they’re a raw reflection of the society that surrounds them.
Ahead of an event hosted at the ICA in his memory, three of the late Mark Fisher's students remember their lecturer and describe the ways they have endeavoured to keep his fierce spirit and energy of his music writing alive.
The hip hop legend shares what he’s picked up after almost 40 years spent speaking truth to power.
While the rest of the world entered the uncertainty of 2021, in recent months, hundreds of thousands of Facebook users have signed up to groups that offer an escape from current times.