House Of Pharaohs

House Of Pharaohs

On the rise Brit rap collective House of Pharaohs are the team players proving that there’s strength in numbers for Notion 84!

Doina Ciobanu

Doina Ciobanu

Doina Ciobanu is not your average influencer or model. With the mindset of a CEO and the heart of Greenpeace - we sit down with the girl here to provide the solutions one small step at a time.

Aimee and Emily Wood

Aimee and Emily Wood are the Northern sisters taking the South by storm with their undeniable talent, infectiously bubbly personality and ability to "chat out our arses".

Amelia Dimoldenberg

Amelia Dimoldenberg is the poker-faced journalist that’s taking rappers on chicken shop dates. We sit down with Amelia as she opens up about the notoriety of her Chicken Shop Dates show, building a YouTube empire and her big jump into television.

Earning My Stripes: New School Rappers – Old School Samples

In this month's column, Tiger Taylor explores the multifaceted aspects of hip hop sampling.

Mandla Morris: Coachella Diary

Meet Mandla Morris, son of fashion designer Kai Milla Morris and music legend Stevie Wonder who’s carving his own niche as an actor-musician-designer hybrid.

Creepy Yeha

We head to New York to hang out with the girl whose designs have been favoured by Rihanna, Lizzo and Nicki Minaj.

LGBT History Month: Nakhane

To celebrate LGBT History Month, we've asked a group of queer musicians to pen essays and share stories that reflect this years theme: Peace, Activism and Reconciliation.

LGBT History Month: Noah Slee

To celebrate LGBT History Month, we've asked a group of queer musicians to pen essays and share stories that reflect this years theme: Peace, Activism and Reconciliation.

Best of the Brits 2019

We take a look at the highlights from the biggest night in British music.

In Defence Of: Guilty Pleasures

From Hannah Montana to Avril Lavigne, Joey Crutchley pens an essay in defence of so-called guilty pleasures.

Guessing the Best Bits of The Brits 2019

We explore some of the best things to be excited about at the 2019 BRIT Awards.

LGBT History Month: Aaron Porter

To celebrate LGBT History Month, we've asked a group of queer musicians to pen essays and share stories that reflect this years theme: Peace, Activism and Reconciliation.