From Bowie to Gaga, Daft Punk to Snoop, Mick Rock has shot them all and lived to tell the tale – just about.
Cyrus Shahrad sees electronic music as an emotional outlet, but he knows how draining the creative process can be. Here's his advice on how to keep going.
On his first album, Alex Cameron created a grandiose alter-ego as a way of dealing with his anxieties. Now he’s taking on apathy – and forcing us all to listen.
Branded a ‘wrecker of civilisation’ by the establishment, Cosey Fanni Tutti is a creative force who ripped up the rules in the realms of sex, music and art. Now the rest of the world is finally catching up to her.
We went along to the NYC Downlow's messy, sweaty and wild tenth birthday celebrations at Glastonbury this weekend.
Photographer Bekky Lonsdale captures the atmosphere at the summer's most celebrated festival.
In Man of the World, Vampire Weekend's Chris Baio deals with the aftermath of the Trump election, addressing his own feelings of anxiety and guilt as an American expat living in London.
Outcasts often seek shelter in the music of Perfume Genius. But after finding stability in his own life, Mike Hadreas has realised that sobriety doesn't fix everything. It just casts a harsher light on the underlying problems.
Josh Tillman shot to stardom for his sardonic wit and bare-all songwriting. Now that he's drawn the world's attention, he's got a message for all of us: life is a cosmic joke.
Peep Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's new music festival as it happens, at the revamped Dreamland in Margate.
In northeastern Iran, heavy metal band Master of Persia are flogged, imprisoned and exiled for writing songs with the power to give a voice to those otherwise unheard.
From '60s space cadets to modern-day mavericks, the far-out sounds of Silver Apples are finally getting due recognition.