Dan Ozzi talks about his latest book 'SELLOUT', which documents the major label "feeding fenzy" that swept through punk in the 90s and 00s.
DJs, producers and the scene's major players tell the full story of dance music's most divisive genre.
Yeah, they say capitalism is bad, and you could get them a rare 7" or something, but they'll secretly be grateful for these life-improving presents.
The West London punk act want you to join your local union.
Bristol three-piece Svalbard say there's power in shouting about things you hate.
Not content with riling grown-up babies who love heavy music, the seven piece masked crew have brought their antagonism to the stage.
This Is Hardcore has been postponed, but smaller shows in New York continue to pop up—and people continue trying to stop them.
In our second Heavy Britain column, the Newport group chat sexual politics, privilege, evil – and how humans beings are the real devils.
"People are paying attention to Indigenous artists...And that’s great. But it’s not the kind of music that I listen to."
With seven female rappers in the Hot 100 for the first time in a decade, we revisited the 1997 single that pioneered rap's sisterhood.
The Dallas-born producer thinks the freaks are ready to take over EDM.
A brash attitude, true pioneering lyrical skills, and hardcore energy made him a star. Here's where to start with his vast catalog.