“People are scared of connecting the dots between these cultures.”
"I wanted to talk about culture as an act of resistance."
“Collage is an art of crisis. It embraces chaos."
"We grabbed a Captain Morgan and got the fuck out of there."
Having moved away from his native France, MATHIEU LAMBERT talks about the culinary uses of tear gas, and being an artist in periods of political unrest.
Kamal Rasool of the hypnotic and diverse FLAMINGODS talks inspiration, deportation and cultural appropriation.
Exploring the relationship between the digital and physical, Danish artist, KATJA ANGELI, lures us into her surreal, carnivalesque world.
Part of the younger generation of South London's burgeoning scene, SHAME discuss their accidental acclaimed live performances, shit jobs, and a fateful encounter with a chandelier.
Community-led art label CAUSTIC COASTAL are opening up the artistic dialogue in Greater Manchester with their artist-focused ethos and innovative space.
John Hassell of SEEKAE talks progression, Australia and the inevitable trappings of the mainstream alongside their latest release.
Artists OBSOLETE WORLD and experimental composer ELUVIUM talk collaborating, and the process of creating art.
Documented over four years of travel, photographer WILL GRUNDY offers a frank and moving insight into the human condition with his latest project.
Outpouring duo VIRGINIA WING share an exclusive new track, discuss swapping guitars for synths and moving away from indie culture.
Fresh from recording an album of original material, DEEP THROAT CHOIR are fronting the new wave of indie ensemble singing and challenging our perception of “the choir”.
London artist GEORGE MORRIS discusses corporate culture's role in modern day society, performance art and power.
Producer, label owner and all round virtuoso, Israeli born MOSCOMAN evokes the sounds of the Middle East as his limits know no bounds.
Stevenage based BAD BREEDING carry the torch for the last angry punks as they talk Brexit, the meme generation, Trump and what to do next.
After transitioning from dancer to director, JENNIFER REEDER found herself stranded in a sea of peers unlike herself. Jennifer is now a renown director of films on relationships, traumatic moments and coping.
Charmed by the folk lore of her native Nigeria, Eno Williams of IBIBIO SOUND MACHINE gives further credence to the marriage of African and Western music.
Electronic artist TOBACCO is not interested in appealing to a mass audience, instead focussing his efforts on making music that makes some feel isolated, and others liberated.
Saved by a debut album produced between grief and writer’s block, Michelle Zauner, aka JAPANESE BREAKFAST, talks about the healing, redemptive power of art – and its limitations.
RACHEAL CROWTHER'S art work attempts to make sense of the things in our lives that affect us the most, but without us really realising.
MORGAN DELT, fresh from releasing a new album of west coast psychedelia, entertains the idea of an alien abduction and the theories of Terence McKenna, but has no time for self-proclaimed wise men...
Dave Okumu of THE INVISIBLE is one of the most in-demand producers around, but it's his work with his own band band that offers a window into his psyche.
Fresh from Bafta nominated success with short film about a Hasidic Jew dealing with a crisis of faith, BILLY LUMBY is preparing for a feature debut, delving into the weighty subject of mental health.