Gorillaz: Man vs Machine

The world’s biggest band might be fictional, but does that even matter? Augustin Macellari connects with Gorillaz to find out where they’ve been hiding.

In Photos: Sonos and Gorillaz’ Spirit House Berlin

Berlin photographer Stephanie Third steps beyond the threshold of Gorillaz’ pop-up abode in the German capital

Selections: Russel Hobbs

Gorillaz’ wayward drummer picks out 19 tracks that capture his forceful ambition

Denzel Curry: Miami After Dark

The Raider Klan graduate dissects his distinct, hard-hitting style and recalls the impact of coming up in Carol City, ground zero for America’s race protests

‘Kung Fu Kenny’ and the Hip-Hop / Kung Fu Connection

Film curator and cinema academic Tom Vick pinpoints Kendrick’s place in the interwoven tapestries of hip-hop and kung fu

Octo Octa: Move On, Let Go

After publicly transitioning, Octo Octa’s ‘Where Are We Going?’ feels like a fresh start. Here the producer talks strength, queerness and why she won’t quit be quitting the US anytime soon

Actress: Altered Identities

After what many assumed was his final album, the producer returns with a new sound palette – a conscious break with the past. We enter his world to find an artist in constant flux

Belly Squad: Catching a Vibe

Belly Squad’s blend of Afrobeats and UK hip-hop has put them at the forefront of a new London wave. Hamda Issa-Salwe meets them to find out more

Katie Harkin remembers the empowering influence of Sleater-Kinney’s Dig Me Out

On the 20th anniversary of Sleater-Kinney’s revered third album, Katie Harkin recalls her journey from teenage fandom to touring member