After struggling with suicidal thoughts, Constance Keane found refuge in a hospital's music room. Now, having realised the role that played in her recovery, she wants to end the stigma around psychiatric care.
Ahead of the release of the post-punk band’s fourth album, we catch up with Elias Bender Rønnenfelt – a man once described as ‘rock’s most difficult frontman.’
After years honing a sound unlike any other, Damon McMahon has crafted his best work yet. But it also meant facing up to some uncomfortable truths...
The lo-fi punk four-piece are back with their long-awaited second album, I Don’t Run. We meet them to talk love, politics, and the lessons they’ve learned so far.
The composer, known for his dreamy and evocative surf film soundtracks, shares his Monday mix – featuring tracks from Nils Frahm, Colin Stetson and Boards of Canada.
After a breakthrough album that exposed his personal life, Ruban Nielson is back with his best work yet – and some hard-won life lessons to go with it.
The rapper discusses fame, high-profile feuding, and MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A – a new, years-in-the-making documentary about her life.
Despite the city’s darkening political climate, its youth have found a space of freedom and resistance in Hidden Agenda – a local punk venue on the brink of extinction.
Lee-Ann Curren is coming of age at a time when her passions feel inseparable. But as the offspring of trailblazing figures, she’s ready to carve her own path.
Lead singer and group founder Greta Kline reflects on her years growing up in NYC, taking us on a tour of her favourite bookshop, museum and strolling spots.
The American singer talks radical judaism, building queer-led communities, and why success is just a distraction from making art.
The ‘sad-boy pop’ pioneer gets introspective for the latest Monday Mix, bringing together tracks from Sufjan Stevens, James Blake and Owen Pallett.