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In a personal essay, the creator of new book Lady of the House remembers the challenges she overcame in the industry – and lays out her hopes for the future
A new generation of fans are freeing artists from the narratives that once overshadowed their art. We take a look at how music consumption has changed with the rise of TikTok and a shift in tabloid culture
The UK government want to send undercover officers to raves – what will this mean for clubs and who will it affect the most?
Stephanie Phillips considers the downsides of using black women as our personal positivity cheerleaders
William Doyle, fka. East India Youth, explains how he found beauty in the brown brick and cul-de-sacs of England’s suburban spaces
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
Historically erased by the mainstream, queer female masculinity is now being celebrated online and in music. It’s about time, says Gina Tonic
Ambient music gives listeners space to tune out the world around them, as capitalist chaos grows, that may be a problem
As Pride celebrations roll out around the world, brands and corporations are falling over themselves to signal allyship. Here, Manchester DJ and producer LOFT reflects on why we should be on high alert when it comes to the marketisation of queerness.
Writer and author Hannah Ewens unpacks why being a hardcore fan isn’t so black and white
An ode to the social media platform and the role it played in the consumption of music in the 00s
Dan Hancox pays tribute to the wheel up, an egalitarian and thrilling facet of sound system culture that recently spurred a Twitter outrage
An ode to the Canadian superstar who taught writer Tom Rasmussen that he was a star in a world that was desperate to make him disappear
While negative media coverage has painted the area as a hub for gangs and knife crime, Big Zuu pens an op-ed on growing up with the many sides of the west London space
As the iconic mix series comes to an end, Thomas Frost recalls the musical pathways Fabric mixes can lead you down
The Bristol artist shares his thoughts on the National Healthcare System – from its unification of the people to the compassion of its staff