The genre-blurring star, currently in the studio with Mark Ronson, reflects on viral fame, ‘queer pop’ and her love of gak (not that kind)
A decade on, collaborators Kleerup and Sophia Somajo and famous fan Charli XCX reflect on the Swedish star's incendiary musical trilogy
A new exhibition sheds light on the overlooked history behind electronic music. El Hunt speaks to pioneer Suzanne Ciani and scene newcomers such as Ela Minus.
Mary Anning is an overlooked palaeontologist who has reached the end of her tether, but the arrival of a meek young woman may finally bring happiness
The darkly funny musician on her latest release, ‘Whole New Mess’, which peels back the layers of her songwriting process and mysterious persona
A hot North Carolina day: the first hints of hurricane season hang in the air and Angel Olsen is running around her home in Asheville, which she describes as a “little hippy town”, searching for her massive cat, Violet. “My house is a mess, sorry,” she apologises via video call, bustling past a room filled with houseplants and the sofa on which she l...
From what we fantasise about to hooking up with our exes (sorry).
The rise of livestreams has opened up the conversation around accessibility for disabled music fans.
When a series of troubling allegations against the Californian garage label Burger Records surfaced over the weekend, it didn’t come as a surprise – instead, it felt like yet more overdue confirmation that indie music harbours poisonous levels of toxic misogyny.
This year's socially-distanced celebration of queer culture is a valuable reminder of just how important our LGBTQ+ spaces are in the first place
Mike Hadreas’ stunning fifth album takes traditional rock’n’roll sounds and queers them up, continuing of his lifelong love of going against the grain.
Born in Doncaster, raised on emo, hardcore and the NME, it’s easier to list off the genres that India Jordan doesn’t touch upon: and new EP ‘For You’ is their most eclectic release yet