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Nines, UK rap's humble hustler, is preparing to go global
In his only editorial interview for ‘Crop Circle 2’, Nines speaks to Joseph ‘JP’ Patterson about his climb to greatness in UK rap and taking his multi-disciplinary approach to the next level
Need for speed: Why the UK fell back in love with bassline and speed garage
Warped basslines and inched-up garage have been hurtling through UK clubland since the late ‘90s and rippling through the noughties. Decades on, these sounds have come back into the charts and the underground with a burgeoning new wave. What do the originators think about it?
“Making good music is completely different to writing hard bars”: SamRecks is doing UK rap his own way
SamRecks is no underdog but a man on a mission within the UK rap game. The newcomer talks about how he has mastered lyric-writing, finding his sound and polishing his look.
How the original rave spirit is still driving youth culture today
As Berghaus releases its new rave-inspired collection, we speak to musicians and creatives at the forefront of the new generation of rave culture about the community, fashion and sounds of the past that inspire them today
Dual perspective: Mount Kimbie’s new album is a unique insight into the duo's artistic connection
Becky Buckle speaks to Dom Maker and Kai Campos aka Mount Kimbie about trust, growth and working over 5000 miles apart
Kanye West defends selling Yeezy and Gap collab in construction bags
Ye has appeared on Fox News to defend the decision of selling his clothing line in this way following backlash
Kanye claims that Adidas created ‘Yeezy Day’ without his permission
Ye says that new colourways, silhouettes and names for sneakers released yesterday were not run by him
Gabber Resistance is keeping early hardcore alive in Spain
Alejandra Cabrera Abasolo journeys into the depths of Madrid's underground to dance at 200 BPM with Spain's only gabber collective