Emma Seligman’s debut feature is a whistle-stop tour of the anxieties of the digital generation, which feels both timely and worryingly relatable.
Strawberries & Creem pledging to a 50:50 line-up shows hope, but there are industry problems running deep that must be unpicked first.
Joy Anonymous Meetings are changing the tides for live music as they lay down the soundtrack to the reopening of the world.
Dave’s incredible BRITs performance still sends shivers down the spine. Spotify’s new music analysis podcast, Decode, brilliantly explores that moment as part of its deeper exploration of Dave's 'Psychodrama' album.
As masks cement their place in the future of live music, we look back on the history of face-covering. The mask’s trajectory is far and wide - these are some of its maestros.
Despite illness, injuries, battles with anxiety (and of course the pandemic), ATEEZ have already proven that they’re the unstoppable 4th generation boy group who is breaking the K-Pop mould.
As she drops her catchy new single “Same Old”, Notion reflects on the deserved rise of South London rapper, singer, songwriter and shining star, ENNY.
“Music makes the people come together” sang Madonna as we crept into the 2000s, a period in life where a new generation would witness the total factuality of that statement.
Describing itself as “a fully immersive digital entertainment platform”, Hydeout: The Prelude presents somewhat of a solution to our COVID-induced live music drought.
Why Female Collaborations Like Saweetie and Doja Cat’s “Best Friend” Are Redefining Women In Hip-Hop
Saweetie and Doja Cat's BFF anthem “Best Friend” is the latest female collaboration to redefine women in hip-hop by amplifying female voices and perspectives.
Promising Young Woman, starring Carey Mulligan, is one of the most 'promising' examples of narrative ownership in a revenge film to date.