Playing with gender identity and what is means to be British in 2024, our NOTION 89 cover star Bimini tells us in their own words how they've reclaimed the Union Jack.
The British jazz quintet and Mercury Prize winners talk their endless list of accolades, conversations with Steve McQueen and more.
Musician of the Mescal family, 20-year-old Nell is on the road and carving her own lane where friends are in love and Irish folk can be indie pop.
The north West London hailing artist lays bare the story of MAX MANTRA: a tale of Times Square billboards, Mick Jenkins collabs and creative freedom.
Covering Notion 94, Delilah Montagu looks toward the release of her highly anticipated new EP, reflecting on creative processes, working with Fred again.. and what it's taken to reach this point.
Chatting with the talent on set, we learn the ins and outs of Jägermeister's Music Collective of 2023, from their pre-show rituals to how they stay hydrated behind the decks.
Looking back from new heights, The Kid LAROI reflects on refining his constantly-changing vision, overcoming creative blocks and the people who keep him grounded, for Notion 94.
Covering Notion 94, George Riley reflects on the experiences that shaped it her new EP, Un/limited Love, from finding freedom in experimentation to embracing bell hooks' definition of love.
Covering Notion 94, Mercury Prize winners Ezra Collective reflect on their award-winning album, Where I'm Meant To Be, and its impending impact on the scene that made them.
Black Sherif has been a fixture on the blossoming Ghanaian drill scene since its inception. Covering Notion 94, he takes us on his journey into the consciousness of music fans worldwide.
The rapper and TikTok star reflects on his viral videos and the power of music to transform lives, catalyse obsession and become a better person.
Meet British-Lebanese rapper, producer and AIM Awards' 'One To Watch in association with BBC Music Introducing' nominee, Laughta.
To honour his nomination for Best Album at this year's AIM Awards, Avelino discusses GOD SAVE THE STREETS, how dreams save lives and why rap is the new punk.