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Charli XCX: “I like playing games with pop music. I enjoy poking fun at it”
The pop innovator’s blood-splattered, chart-topping fifth album ‘Crash’ embraced the dark arts of the music industry. Following its immense success and the end of her record label contract, Charli XCX’s destiny is in her hands
The story behind the UK’s biggest LGBTQ+ helpline
After picking up their first ever call in March 1974, the phones at Switchboard haven’t stopped ringing since. Supporting the community through decriminalisation, the AIDS epidemic, Section 28, and into the present, their volunteers are there to listen around the clock; no matter the query.
Should straight actors play queer roles? Refocusing Hollywood’s most misunderstood debate
Actors, filmmakers and industry experts tell El Hunt why LGBT+ representation needs to go further than like-for-like casting
"How lockdown helped me discover my sexuality"
For some, lockdown provided an important space to reflect on their sexuality and gender identity.
Years & Years’ Olly Alexander interview: I’m still committed to being ridiculous
The It’s a Sin star has drawn up an all-queer lineup of support acts for his forthcoming Night Call tour
Christine and the Queens live review – a glittering solo circus
He has ditched the dancers but not the theatricality in this showcase for new album Redcar Les Adorables Étoiles
Access All Areas: Making space for Deaf and hearing impaired music fans
With new technologies opening up fresh possibilities and more festivals working with charitable organisations, El Hunt looks at the progress being made for Deaf and hearing-impaired music fans.
Sky Ferreira: “I’m starting to realise: I’m glad that I sound like me”
After almost a decade of delays, the game-changing pop star’s second album ‘Masochism’ is finally on the way.
Alison Hammond Is Iconic – & She Knows It
As the telly legend publishes her first children’s book, Black In Time, we discuss her favourite huns and the power of the past.
Bree Runway at Electric Brixton review - surely a superstar in waiting
The Hackney star had the venue in the palm of her hand for this short, sweet and flawless set
Alice Glass: “I never thought I would be talking openly like this… about anything”
How the brutally honest artist, who has poured the “pain” of Crystal Castles into her debut solo album ‘PREY//IV’, found her voice with some like-minded musical pioneers
“We wanted togetherness and community”: how gigs came back with a bang in 2021
Starved of connection, music fans finally found a reprieve when live shows returned in the second half of this year. The "buzzing" folks behind the scenes told me how they upped their game
Self Esteem: “I want to use the palatable nature of pop to Trojan horse in my agenda”
Rebecca Lucy Taylor is sick of society’s unrealistic expectations of women and, with sensational second album ‘Prioritise Pleasure’, refuses to take it lying down
7 Things I Noticed Rewatching Footballer’s Wives in 2021
Arguably the most chaotic show of the ‘00s.
Snail Mail: “It’s awesome seeing lots of women and queer people in music”
How Lindsey Jordan found solace in a like-minded music community and, with new album ‘Valentine’, penned a love letter to living on your own terms.