Meet Lee Martin, the digital thinker creating unique web experiences in the viral age

The LA-based creative utilises technological advancements to make music fans a part of the story. We caught up with him to talk narratives and digital experimentalism

Grabbeplatz Forever

What the Cambridge Analytica scandal means for musicians on social media

As users abandon Facebook in the fallout of recent scandals, has the relationship between musicians and social media been irrevocably soured?

The complexities of PoC artists coming under fire for cultural appropriation

Tirhakah Love examines how racial ambiguity has allowed artists to cross cultures

Junglepussy: Feeling Good

Whilst prepping for her shoot in a north London studio, the sex-positive rapper talks indulging in a healthy dose of self-love

DJ Taye © Thomas Chatt

DJ Taye: Space is the Place

With the responsibility of footwork’s legacy on his shoulders, we talk to the young producer who is unlocking new sounds with his imagination

Listen to a playlist of exclusive tracks from Tzusing, The Golden Filter and more

The hyper-limited releases will be made available at The Run Out, London, on 21 April

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

The Update: Novelist

As he gears up to release his debut album, we catch up with the Lewisham MC to talk broadening his sound, the explosion of grime and retaining creative control

London director Bafic creates visuals informed by the intensities of contemporary city life

The rising filmmaker explores the political energy and pace of London in his music videos

Harmonising with Artificial Intelligence

As Artificial Intelligence evolves as a tool for musical processes, should we be hopeful or fearful? We investigate the complex relationship between technology and music

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Daniel Avery: There’s a time, and a place

Amongst a demanding tour schedule and the pressure to follow up a hit album, the DJ/producer has never stopped searching for that special feeling

Rising filmmaker Dan Emmerson maps out his cinematic vision with electronic sounds

We caught up with the London-based director to discuss how music and technology drives his narratives forward

Fatima: See How Things Grow

We caught up with the Eglo Records signee on Kingsland Road, in London, to talk her newfound focus and secret master plan

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Kali Uchis: California Dreaming

Kali Uchis hustled hard to make it as a musician. Now, a generation is in love with her timeless style

How Matthew Herbert used music to create a portrait of A Fantastic Woman

“We wanted to treat her like Marilyn Monroe and give her a big melody, to give her this elegance and this grandeur”