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We spoke to the music supervisor for the show everyone is talking about
Oli XL is one of electronic music’s most intriguing breakthrough acts, firing out meticulous transmissions from another planet
Tomasa del Real is leading a movement for reggaeton’s misfits
At 19, Baby Keem is already hip-hop’s heir apparent, endorsed by superstars and mentored by the greats. But the hard work has only just begun
We premiere the new video for Double Sided Mirror and speak to Cold Beat singer Hannah Lew
Blue-haired viral sensation Ashnikko takes on this month’s 20 Questions
Fifteen years ago System of a Down showed the world that nu-metal could be so much more than grown men in boiler suits and white dreadlocks
On his debut album ‘Cape Cira’, Wisdom Teeth co-founder K-Lone imagines a paradise all of his own
In his own words, Stephen Malkmus looks back at the 30-minute lunch break that planted the seeds for Pavement’s success
On his new album Pavel Milyakov, aka Buttechno, swaps the dancefloor for post-industrial wastelands and musings on humanity’s relationship with nature. Here he breaks down the record’s key moments
Drunk secured Thundercat’s place among LA’s musical elite, but its follow-up would be shaded by tragedy. His response? Find the absurdity amidst the grief
Best known as the formidable frontwoman of Savages, Jehnny Beth is committed to love, and life, without limitations
Thomas Millar made Bill Clinton Swag as a joke when he was in college, eight years later it nearly broke the internet
With Fela Kuti, Tony Allen pioneered Afrobeat. His work as a solo artist and bandleader was just as foundational. We pay tribute to the late drummer who turned rhythm into joy
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