Posts by Anna Cafolla

Reorganised fun: Big Dyke Energy are the party community dancing into a brighter future for festivals and queer spaces

Ahead of a jam-packed summer of raving, from a stop at London’s GALA to their first-ever festival, we catch up with BDE’s Elliott and Melo


With a Hammer XL Recordings

George Riley

Running in Waves PLZ Make It Ruins

Lous and the Yakuza is dreaming up her own boundaryless universe

Lous and the Yakuza builds worlds with her music. We connect with the Congolese-Rwandan artist for Issue 134’s Aesthetic feature


MUNA Saddest Factory Records

Perfume Genius

Ugly Season Matador Records

Fontaines D.C.: Tender Joy

No strangers to evolution, Dublin’s Fontaines D.C. interrogate modern Irishness and its metamorphosis on their latest album Skinty Fia

U.S. Girls

U.S. Girls: A fresh perspective

She was once mad as hell. Now, U.S. Girls’ Meg Remy is tempering her rage with reflection

Aesthetic: Jenny Hval

In this month’s Aesthetic feature, the Norwegian artist delves into how her music is tied to occult imagery on the album The Practice of Love

Retrospective: Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?

As Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? turns 15, Anna Cafolla connects the definitive debut to her teenage years spent on the north east coast of Ireland

Perspective: Standing up to the DUP

In light of the recent developments in UK politics, Anna Cafolla lays out the toxic policies of the DUP party and those fighting against them

Gaika brought London to a stand still with his Club 88 experience

Roundhouse, London 11 August


Alongside our extensive shoot, Steven Julien, aka Funkineven, talks ditching his moniker and mapping the demise of a fallen angel for his debut album