With Kashmir under a curfew and a communications blackout, rapper Ahmer's debut album is providing a voice for a people being kept in the dark.
The Mercury-nominated singer talks growing up, coming home, and the teenage kicks she enjoyed before she became ‘too nice’.
Jim Marshall’s images have become a visual diary of the rebellious and revolutionary spirit of the genre.
The 21st-century rock veteran talks ear appointments, dogs, and why he’s considering moving to a monastery.
As leader of New York garage punks Surfbort, Dani Miller is on a mission to champion self-acceptance in the name of outsiders everywhere.
After a three-year hiatus during which she was dropped by her label, fell in love and moved to the other side of the world, Shura is back with a second album.
After Mashrou’ Leila had a gig cancelled following pressure from ‘homophobic’ Christian groups, thousands flocked to The Palace Beirut to take action.
Dalston’s Total Refreshment Centre closed as a music venue a year ago – and although it may be gone, its legacy lives on.
Bringing together eight musicians, 16 surfers and three oceans, Self Discovery for Social Survival subverts the format of surf's cult classics to hypnotic effect.
With her new album, the Californian musician, composer and planetary scientist has constructed a post-apocalyptic sci-fi story that takes aim at the one percent.
In the ’90s, WHY? put Cincinnati on the rap map with a new breed of experimental hip hop. He looks back on what’s changed over the last two decades.
American photographer Henry Diltz uncovers his archive of shots from the legendary music festival, now over half a century old.