Posts by Douglas Greenwood

Kacey Musgraves: The sun also rises

Golden Hour made a household name out of country outlier Kacey Musgraves, even as her personal life was coming undone. For its follow-up, she leans into tragedy to find inner peace

KKindness © Scott Gallagher

Kindness: Lean on me

Through their heart-swelling new solo album, Adam Bainbridge has found solace in self-discovery. During their shoot, we chat Philippe Zdar, grief and the upcoming LP

Brockhampton © Damien Maloney

Brockhampton’s dreams came true

We went to LA to shoot Brockhampton, America’s strongest creative brotherhood


MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. is a fascinating portrait of a controversial star

Steve Loveridge’s long-delayed documentary of the Tamil rapper explores a complicated artist – and the emotional context behind her work

Tirzah © Yis Kid

Tirzah: Slow Motion

We gatecrash a session with lo-fi Londoners Tirzah, Micachu and Coby Sey to get to the heart of Tirzah’s intimate new album Devotion

SOPHIE, Bilbao BBK Live 2018 © Óscar L Tejeda

Bilbao BBK Live 2018: Serene surroundings and inevitable crowd pleasers

Mount Cobetas, Bilbao 12 July

The confrontational power of Act Up activism

A new film about Act Up-Paris remembers how the protestors forced the world to address the AIDS epidemic, reminding us that there’s a lot more fighting to be done

Another Kind of Life captures the world’s most elusive countercultures and persecuted communities

From the street kids of Seattle to queer, crossdressing men in 1960s New Jersey, a new Barbican photography exhibition finds beauty in difference

Remembering Jóhann Jóhannsson, a composer who elevated good films to greatness

The Icelandic composer died last weekend at the age of 48

Kiddy Smile: Time to Shine

In an Uber heading towards a Voguing ball, the Parisian DJ talks cultural appropriation and progressive politics