Collective thoughts: What’s next for the UK’s young creatives?

Choreographer Kloe Dean on bringing Little Simz’s Introvert video to life

We talk references, relationships and supporting Simz’s vision with the London-based choreographer

Carlota Guerrero: The Solange collaborator on femininity, performance art and her new book

We catch up with the Barcelona-based photographer to talk the release of her dreamy debut photo book Tengo un Dragón Dentro del Corazón

Jail Time Records: The collective running a record label inside a Cameroonian prison

Meet the collective and and non-profit record label based out of Douala Central Prison, Cameroon. We catch up with the team as they prepare to release their first album, Jail Time Vol. 1

Gabber Eleganza: The future is now

The DJ and producer reflects on formative club experiences, dance music’s futurism and how it all ties into MCQ’s new collection FANTASMA

Digital artist WEBB on the NFT trend and its possibilities

The hacker and visual artist breaks down why NFTs are so valuable right now, and talks his next digital projects

How director David Wexler made the new William Basinski documentary Disintegration Loops

A new documentary from New York filmmaker David Wexler reflects on the legacy of William Basinski’s ambient masterpiece The Disintegration Loops. We catch up with Wexler

Julien Baker: Break the mould

Julien Baker spent years building a devoted following with her raw songs about faith, sobriety and queerness. Then she started to doubt whether that was her at all

New book The Last Soul Company tells the story of Mississippi’s Malaco Records

We caught up with author Rob Bowman to discuss the book and find out more about the “soul-satisfying journey” explored within its pages

The gospel according to Ivorian Doll

The self-anointed Queen of Drill is on a mission to conquer the world. We meet Ivorian Doll for a four-cover UK rap special

Central Cee: Brave new world

The west Londoner’s outsider perspective and self-belief is setting him apart. We catch up with Cench for Issue 118, as part of a four-cover special on UK rap

Enny: A life less ordinary

The southeast London artist is learning to thrive in her comfort zone. Enny is the second of Issue 118’s four UK rap covers

M1llionz: Never too much

The softly-spoken rapper from Birmingham is ready to show, not tell. One of Crack Magazine’s four UK rap covers, available to read in its entirety now

Cakeshop is the Seoul club championing global dance music scenes

We catch up with the team behind Cakeshop to talk the club’s trajectory and its new in-house label Carousel Records

Saffron Records

Saffron Records: Redressing gender disparities in the music tech industry

The Bristol-based initiative discuss their beginnings as a label, helping people to upskill and their new 10-month programme Springboard

Remembering SOPHIE, the architect

In the wake of SOPHIE’s death, we take a look at the groundbreaking producer’s life, legacy and sound