A new film tells the true story of ’60s psychedelic folk star Richard Atkins, who disappeared after suffering a manic episode in one of his early showcases.
25 years of Jamie Hewlett's work are catalogued for the first time in a new book by Taschen, looking at the artists' iconic style and legacy.
Louisahhh has been hailed as techno’s next superstar, but to get there she’s battled addiction and convention – a struggle overcome in the most unexpected way.
With an EP trilogy on the way and a European tour to follow, we caught up with Stuart Murdoch from the band to discuss peace of mind among the chaos.
Blind since birth and reclusive by nature, Pauline Anna Strom’s spacey electronic music has been building a cult following for decades – but she remains little-known in the mainstream music world.
Six years after a breakthrough album, punk intellectual and synth-pop savant John Maus is back to "interrupt the untrue world". We tapped into his brain power to understand why.
With the Wu’s new album signalling a mighty return to form, RZA and Mathematics discuss its conception – from facing up to criticism, to weekly Clan conference calls.
The Inertia Variations, a documentary by Johanna St Michaels, follows the mercurial Matt Johnson as he battles with feelings of disenchantment & writer’s block.
Blending music, art and film, Kirkis has been busy constructing his very own strange, synthy universe. We spoke to him about his haunting new record.
Over the last year, the Chicago artist has gone from spoken word poet to critically acclaimed musician, collaborating with Chance the Rapper, NoName and Ryan Lewis. She shares the lessons she’s learned so far.
As the legendary band round off the biggest tour of their career, we catch up with drummer Jim Sclavunos to discuss progress, punch-ups, and the ‘pornography of violence.’
Former model Carmen Villain goes mellow for our new Monday mix, sharing a selection of downbeat minimalism and experimental ambient tracks.