Editor of The Feminist Times and founder of ‘radical girl group’ Gaggle, Deborah Coughlin shares how she shaped her career.
Ten solo records and a cult following won't keep producer and musician John Vanderslice from finding true fulfilment behind the scenes.
Growing up on the outskirts of a scene spurred Gang of Four’s Andy Gill and music photographer Anton Corbijn to cement themselves at the centre of their own creative worlds.
A creative revolution is taking root in Soweto, led by young South Africans like fashion crew The Smarteez who refuse to be beholden to the past.
Sometimes the multi-instrumentalist powerhouse behind Arcade Fire has to step out alone and do his own thing. And while taking time off from one of the biggest bands in the world requires single-minded self-belief, it just wouldn't work without the ability to laugh at himself.
When Gary Inman started telling stories about everyday heroes, he created a home for bikers from all walks of life.
When The Kills’ Alison Mosshart first heard Jamie Hince’s guitar through the floorboards of a flat in London, it sparked her life in a new direction that took her all the way to the top.
Pioneer of conceptual art John Baldessari had to destroy the past to ask new questions about the future. These are the lessons he learned along the way.
Thanks to people like Banquet Records co-founders Jon Tolley and Mike Smith, record shops still exist in the age of music streaming.
Photography has taken Nick Waplington into different worlds, from raves and runway fashion to working-class estates.
New York City gave the world graffiti, and the world sold it on with a three-figure stamp. Through all the changes, the real pioneers like Lee Quiñones have found new ways to keep on keepin’ on.
Surfing changed Easkey Britton’s life. Now she’s using it to break social barriers and change the world.