Stealing fans is not underhand if you do it with a smile, explains 18-year-old Atlanta rapper Raury.
Pakistani musician Arooj Aftab had to ignore other people’s idea of success in order to go her own way.
As Worldwide festival’s tenth edition kicks off in the south of France, here’s our pick of the shows you’d be crazy to miss.
Bruce Pavitt’s iconic label Sub Pop lead the indie charge out of Washington state and introduced Nirvana to the world. Here are some of the label’s biggest moments.
Behind the scenes at SST Records, producer Glen Lockett - aka Spot - helped some of punks most iconic records spring to life. But it was an encounter with an unknown musician in the 1970s that ended up leaving the biggest mark.
Documentary Shield and Spear reveals the limits to freedom of expression in South Africa today and introduces the "Rainbow Generation" driving an exciting new wave of creativity.
Before Hot Water Music became a pillar of punk rock, frontman Chuck Ragan found himself doing time.
Minnesota hip hop duo Atmosphere have risen to the top of the independent heap by being confrontational, hilarious and adaptable ‒often at the same time.
As the documentary of Aitken’s immense pan-American train journey hits the screens, Station to Station pulls into the Barbican for a 30 day creative takeover.
Jenny Hval's career has seen her toy with genre and image constantly. On her new record, she's found a voice that speaks clearly for her.
Jalal Mansur Nuriddin aka Lightnin' Rod's pivotal album Hustler's Convention set the template for hip hop to come.
Discover challenging filmmaking and up-and-coming directors of the 14th East End Film Festival.