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We premiere the new double video, Duality, from British jazz drummer Yussef Days
The Crack Magazine Archives: A decade of shoots & the stories behind them celebrates 10 years of independence and cultural exploration with a stunning 248-page spread – take a look at some of our favourite images
We celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Chemical Brother’s iconic third studio album in a conversation with Kate Gibb, the visionary behind its cover sleeve
This month we catch up with Detroit’s finest to talk comedy, personal hygiene tips and crying on the first day of school
Now more than ever, club spaces provide a much-needed space for creativity to flourish and communities to grow. But what makes a club successful, and what risks are at stake?
Meet Hiro Kone, the New York-based producer who pays homage to her personal histories through the diversity of electronic music
We catch up with the Russian producer and premiere the video for his new single from badtrip
In his own words, Clams Casino remembers the moment he dropped his double life and started taking music seriously
Shanti Celeste has charmed dancefloors the world over with warm, uplifting house music. Now, she’s pushing her sound further than ever before
Lil’ Kim’s ‘Hard Core’ left all inhibitions at the door
As the dust settles on a particularly turbulent decade, we’ve been in a reflective mood….
In her own words, Natasha Khan remembers the Beat-inspired trip to America in 1999 that motivated her to pursue music seriously
We meet the singular songwriter and premiere the new video for breakout track Janet
As Latinx music continues to climb up the charts, we take a look at how it’s become subject to miscategorisation – and what this means for Latinx people
After pioneering the new 80s punk movement as a part of Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore continues to experiment with the genre in his solo work – we get to know the living legend a little better.
Minnesota artist vōx talks her newfound spiritualism, church and the new EP I Am Not a God