Perspective: The Real Potential of Our Digital Dreaming

Internet Age Media’s Andrés Colmenares argues that the internet can be used to redistribute power – if we harness the potential of imagined utopias

Brits 2017: A continued snub of the black British experience

Last night the #BritsSoWhite backlash reappeared. Bex Shorunke argues that the racial undertones are not imagined here, they are apparent.

Perspective: Maria Minerva remembers Mark Fisher’s Infectious Intellectualism

Musician Maria Minerva, one of Mark Fisher’s former students, reflects on his legacy as one of our most essential thinkers

How KLF Communications Killed the Music Industry (the Easy Way)

Following the announcement that Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty are reviving their Justified Ancients of Mu Mu project, we trace the legacy of pop’s arch-provocateurs

Remembering Nat Hentoff, an acclaimed critic and singular voice

Francis Blagburn celebrates the life of an influential and, at times, controversial columnist, novelist and jazz critic who died on 7 January

Perspective: Wolfgang Tillmans says All is Not Lost

The artist and social activist still believes that progressive, compassionate values can return and thrive

Perspective: gal-dem and the Elevation of Unheard Voices

Reflecting on their landmark V&A event, gal-dem opinions editor Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff discusses creating the spaces that are needed

Perspective: What Happened to the ’24-Hour City’?

Dance music academic Luis-Manuel Garcia explores how Europe has been moving towards recognising the significance of club culture

The Subversive
Stride of Mykki Blanco

Mykki Blanco explains how the expanding of mainstream narratives surrounding queer and trans issues has intersected with his career. As told to Jake Hall.

Mutual Core:
Björk’s Fearless Environmental Activism

Adam Corner reflects on Björk’s unparalleled efforts to engage with climate change

People Just Do Nothing New

Robert Bates examines the current trend of parody DJs and questions why we’re increasingly choosing pastiche over reality

Perspective: ‘Undies’ – youth, police and race in Brixton

Ciaran Thapar is a youth worker and writer living in Brixton, south London. With Black…

A Final Fuck You:
Revisiting Suicide’s
Last Ever Show

In the wake of Alan Vega’s death, Suzie McCracken looks back on Suicide’s final show and considers how performance in the face of illness might be the most punk act she’s ever witnessed

The Land Is Ours

Nikesh Shukla is a novelist, screenwriter, and the editor of Rife Magazine. Here he considers the impact of Brexit on the UK’s disempowered youth

How Glastonbury could decide the fate of Britain
in Europe

Joseph Charlton examines whether the exodus of Glasto-goers this week will affect the already “knife-edge” EU vote

Against Trump

How rap’s hive mind has turned against a certain Republican figure