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Cryptic aesthetics and maximalism defined the first era of Amnesia Scanner. These days, they’re pivoting to real emotion
We spoke with Night Slugs co-founder Bok Bok at the halfway point of their crackaud.io residency for a deeper look at the label’s legacy
We catch up with Bob Bhamra, aka West Norwood Cassette Library, as his label WNCL Recordings supplies the second mix in its crackaud.io residency
Growing up a shy teen, Jorgeline Torres found her voice online. As Madrid’s ascendant star, she’s discovered her inner extrovert. We meet Ms Nina in her neighbourhood
We meet Chattanooga, Tennessee’s outrageous, sex-positive superstar Bbymutha for this month’s Aesthetic
DIY collective NiNE8’s latest breakout star, Nayana IZ is claiming 2020 as her own
Having left the bustle of London for a calmer life in Lisbon, Bullion is making some of his most stirring music yet
She was once mad as hell. Now, U.S. Girls’ Meg Remy is tempering her rage with reflection
Mike Hadreas is finding a new freedom in physicality – and nobody is more surprised than him
The south London artist rose from the underground as part of rap outliers House of Pharaohs. Now, he’s making his own mark
Soccer Mommy captured a generation with her candid songwriting. With her second album, Color Theory, she holds her darkest fears up to the light
Ahead of the release of Suddenly, Caribou talks family life, his friendship with Four Tet and how he came to make his most personal album yet
As the imprint launches its crackaud.io residency, we catch up with founder Gaz Williams to chat turning points and China’s underground scene
We meet New York via London rapper Goya Gumbani in our latest style shoot
Moses Boyd makes jazz that speaks to a new generation – but his ambitions don’t end there
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