Our new issue’s about bolder, brighter worlds – built by people sick of the status quo.
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.
A feverish subculture is emerging from the favelas of Northeast Brazil – one that challenges prejudice in a city where just being visible can feel like an act of resistance.
On her latest record, the alt-country singer confronts the problems of her past, and takes her sound in a bold new direction.
The avant-pop artist has just released her first ever solo record, recorded on the remote and idyllic island of Elba.
In their first memoir, the indie pop duo journey through their adolescent years – an odyssey of sex, drugs and self-discovery.
Alien, offputting and euphoric: writer Seamas O'Reilly pays tribute to the artist’s otherworldly genius.
The drum and bass pioneer open up about drugs, artistic recognition and his complex feelings towards Eric Clapton.
Nouvelle Vague frontman Marc Collin makes his directorial debut with The Shock Of Future: a filmic homage to the power of electronic music.
Alexander Giannascoli has grown from cult online artist to indie rock heavyweight – without ever sacrificing his DIY approach.
Frontman Joseph Mount reflects on his career, nostalgia, and learning to age in the music industry: ‘I'm trying to work out why I'm doing this, and who I'm doing it for.’
The former Smiths guitarist looks back on four decades in the business, and why he feels more fearless than ever.