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We check in with the group of 21st century jazz misfits currently changing the perceptions of jazz for a new generation
Talking Snoop Dogg, Prince and meeting Bill Clinton with the All Saints singer
Nadya Tolokonnikova and Nikita Chaika have seized radical pop music for its political power. We meet the core of Pussy Riot to get to the heart of their activist mission
We spoke to the emerging theatre-maker about communicating identity through theatre, finding a place in Bristol and how much of herself she is prepared to give.
In a personal essay, Shukla pens a love letter to the vibrant city in which he’s flourished
Danielle Doobay is a Bristol-based illustrator, and one of the DJs behind Mix Nights – the informal DJ skills workshop run for women, by women
The IDLES frontman confronts people, politics and his own personal experiences with brutal honesty and wry humour
Meet the curator, producer and performer behind Thorny, a platform for Bristol’s marginalised voices
Nigar Zeynep’s blend of dark, crunchy techno and Turkish psych is earning her bookings around the world
Released in 2008, the raucous record was a pin-drop of discontent in the English capital
In celebration of the UK’s ongoing Pride Season, we asked some of our favourite artists to shout out their unsung queer icons, from Victoria Ruiz to Christine McCharen-Tran, Lotic and more
Manchester has one of the largest homeless populations in the UK. Meet the young promoters hoping to help change that.
Nines is a superstar in his area. As he overcomes legal setbacks, the chart-busting rapper is spreading light in his community. Ciaran Thapar spends a day with him in his neighbourhood for our July cover story.
‘Coda’ explores the much-loved composer’s career, while piecing together the influence of events like the 9/11 terrorist attacks, global warming and nuclear power on his extraordinary work
From David Bowie to Nick Cave and mohawk-styled punks, trace the visual trajectory of one of Europe’s largest, and most celebrated, cultural events
Bursting with small-town angst and big dreams, we travel to his hometown to find the rising rapper standing tall with pride