Flourishing, genre-crossing alt-pop artist Joviale talks about their musical inspirations, full moons, and more.
Swedish artist, Tove Styrke, gives Notion an exclusive look into a day in her life as she shares the music video for her latest single “Mood Swings”.
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Doja Cat, The Weeknd - You Right
Gorgon City are back with eighteen bass-house bangers to greet you when we regain our dancefloor freedom. They chat with Notion and make an exclusive mix.
Bilingual singer-songwriter Nina Cobham discusses her debut EP, 'what colour does this feel like?', shout outs from Demi Lovato and the ups and downs of youth.
Kojaque - Town's Dead
In Notion Now: Week 26, Aitch, beabadoobee, Kojaque, Headie One, Bastille, Doja Cat and many more have released new music.
Rated Reads shares our pick of the best articles from around the web. This week: the birth of skorts and breaking news on Britney.
Alfie Templeman x Amazon Music
A new 3-way collaboration sees the Dr. Martens 1461 shoe reimagined with A Bathing Ape's 'shark' and Mastermind Japan's 'skull and crossbones'.
Undiscovered is a weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.
Whether it's a return to live events, some tasty treats or a thought provoking exhibition, find out what's going on in July across the UK.
Canadian-Zimbabwean hip-hop superstar, Charmaine, ups the ante with her Latin-dance inspired track "A MI MANERA" featuring Valentino.
New York artist Paul Pfeiffer’s new exhibit turns his eye to Justin Bieber and the perhaps unholy adoration of pop stars by fans.
DJ titan Hannah Wants shares her new single “Never Gonna Tell You” and chooses 10 tracks she has on repeat.
A new immersive exhibition at 180 The Strand from Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda aims to make the imperceptible perceptible.