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In Photos: Global Climate Strike, London

Highlights from the huge Climate Strike protest in London


The Click: Pixies

In his own words, Frank Black looks back at the transient spell that inspired him to form Pixies

(Sandy) Alex G: It’s a mood

He’s worked with Frank Ocean, attracted ardent fans and amassed a genre-defying body of work. Still, (Sandy) Alex G hasn’t got used to talking about his music. We catch up with the artist in London’s Granary Square

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Biig Piig: Together, apart

After a nomadic upbringing in Ireland and Spain, Biig Piig found her home, and her sound, in south London

Perera Elsewhere

Perera Elsewhere is blurring the boundary between the artificial and the real

Be the first to watch the new video for the experimental producer’s latest single Sunk in Motion


Lola is the London R&B singer floating up from the underground

With only two songs to her name LOLA has attracted a following for her dreamlike R&B

How Björk and collaborator James Merry brought Vulnicura VR to life

Björk and her collaborators tell us about the 20-year process behind the creation of her new album Vulnicura VR

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Angel Olsen is ready for her close-up

We meet Angel Olsen in New York to chat goths, high drama and her new album All Mirrors

Rising Cuco

Rising: Cuco

A unique voice in the world of bedroom pop, Cuco has found a global fanbase with his sunny but sad take on the genre

James Massiah

James Massiah is the poet and producer finding hope in dark times

We premiere the video for James Massiah’s new Joy Orbison-assisted track ‘Natural Born Killers’


Miink is in complete control

We premiere the music video for Miink’s new single Miss Me More

Róisín Murphy, The Click

The Click: Róisín Murphy

In her own words, Róisín Murphy reflects on motherhood and the breathing space that gave her creativity a second wind

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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

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DJ Screw’s 3 ‘N the Mornin’ (Part Two) burnt itself into rap mythology, manipulating time itself

DJ Screw’s magnum opus distorted time and changed the future of Southern rap forever

20 Questions: Jubilee

The Miami-born producer talks club survival tips, words of wisdom and a house party in Jamaica with an unlikely guest

After five years of self-imposed exile Vladislav Delay is ready to return

Five years ago Vladislav Delay sold his gear and stepped back from a 15-year career in electronic music, later this month he returns. Ahead of his performance at Berlin Atonal we spoke to the ambient producer to find out what the future holds