Obongjayar: Some Nights I Dream of Doors review

This record is a tender confessional on self-discovery, set to earworming hooks and electronics-grazed production. Here, we witness Umoh’s artist journey on his debut

Binker & Moses are the London trailblazers exploring the boundaries of jazz

We meet London’s friendliest jazz revolutionaries – Binker Golding and Moses Boyd – in a Covent Garden pub. Taken from Issue 131

Listen to an uplifting playlist from Louise Chen

The London-based selector reaches for a set of groove-laden house jams and other club delights

Ethel Cain Preacher's Daughter

Ethel Cain: Preacher’s Daughter review

Preacher’s Daughter bursts out of the woods with a sound so monumental that it’s hard to take in all at once

Kenny Allstar has curated the ultimate festival playlist

The DJ, producer and broadcaster runs through the tracks set to define the upcoming festival season

Wake Up Punk: Director Nigel Askew on Vivienne Westwood and punk’s rebellious spirit

We catch up with the director and producer of Wake Up Punk to talk about the process behind the new documentary, working with Vivienne Westwood and what punk means now

Nia Archives is at the forefront of the jungle revival

The fast-rising 22-year-old producer talks paying her dues to jungle’s past in order to shape its present – and future. We meet her over Zoom for Issue 131

How Sharon Van Etten learned to take life a little easier

On a March day in London, the New Jersey singer-songwriter talks adopting a different mindset and letting go. Taken from Issue 131

Joy Yamusangie: On jazz clubs, gender euphoria and Feeling Good

We catch up with the visual artist Joy Yamusangie to talk their new exhibition Feeling Good, and the role music plays in their paintings