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On her soft-rocking debut album the young west Londoner remains fiercely independent while setting up a path for world domination.
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The queer cowboy and pseudonymous country singer discusses his evocative campfire torchsongs and debuts the music video for his latest single “Turn To Hate.”
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The director opens up about the film's stellar soundtrack—featuring cathartic cuts from Aphex Twin and Daft Punk—and the ways a beautiful night out can turn really dark.
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Music Videos Have Revolutionised Our Views on Sex and Gender

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Foals Will Be Drunk-Dancing Until the End of the World

I met frontman Yannis Philippakis in his south London flat to chat about their new album over a few drinks.
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The Real Story Behind Skengdo & AM’s Public Controversies

The drill duo have been vilified by the UK press and police. Forget all that: here's what was going, as told by the duo and their label head.
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Fat Tony Takes Houston With Him Everywhere He Goes

The Houston rapper and new Vice Live co-host explains how his southern roots influenced his recent album, ‘10,000 Hours,’ and shares the 10-song playlist he listens to before filming.
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