Watch: Charli XCX on the infinite interpretations of Charli XCX
The self-professed “saviour of pop” swings by Arvos to chat success, workaholism and her new album.
Feature Interview: FKA twigs on harnessing the power of vulnerability
Tanya Ali talks to FKA twigs in the pop icon’s first interview since releasing Cellophane, and takes you through the majestic Sydney debut of twigs’ show Magdalene.
Rational mature middle-class Asians talk Crazy Rich Asians
With the release of Crazy Rich Asians and the subsequent landslide of think-pieces, Race Matters asks: does Asian representation in the media today cut it?
Review: Solange at the Sydney Opera House
“For women of colour particularly, the show touches our soul in a warm and rare way. Solange is a community-builder, a true queen, and we’re so fortunate to witness her art in real time.”
Tinariwen chat Desert Blues, the Sahara and music as protest
Renowned worldwide for their incredible musicianship and powerful rebellion, Tinariwen are a Tuareg band who have been making music since 1979. Ahead of their Australian shows this March, we spoke to the collective about music as protest, their latest record Elwan, and the evolution of their live show.
Downtown Boys on American politics, productive anger & punk rock
Rhode Island outfit Downtown Boys chat with Tanya Ali about industry labels, their album ‘Cost Of Living’ and the difficulties of being political – particularly in America’s current climate.