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Should We Be Worried About the Rise of a Cashless Society?
Money money money, it’s so funny, in a cashless world!
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Introducing Scam Rap, Where Card Fraud and ID Theft Reign Supreme
Like Atlanta and lean, or LA and weed, Detroit's new strain of rap has its own set of signifiers: bank account drops, Bitcoin and fraud.
SL, Tropical Drill’s Teen Mastermind, Is Just Getting Started
The London rapper can pull in millions of views on a video where you don't see his face. But his laid-back flow speaks volumes.
Introducing… The E-Boy
"Emo... but do it on TikTok" is the new definitive Gen Z subculture.
The Return of Kano
The actor and rapper's back with a new album, due out in August, and shares a filmic video on serious youth violence exclusively with us.
We Played Palms 'Plantasia' and Heavy Metal in the Name of Science
How do plants react when you play one ambient 70s classic 'Plantasia', and the other Megadeth?
Glastonbury Looks Its Most Strange and Lonesome at 6AM
Photos of what might be the quietest time at the massive festival.
sex and relationships
Men Worry They'll Never Be Settled Enough to Have Kids
Between being financially worse off then our parents' generation and the climate crisis, there's plenty to consider.
Mindfulness Is a Capitalist Scam
In his new book, Ronald Purser cuts through the woo-woo hippy-dippy hype to show how the practice has been co-opted for nefarious means.
'Clued Up' Delivers Exactly What You Want from a Teen Filmmaker
18-year-old Callan Allen's debut (which he wrote, starred in and directed) presents a cliche-free depiction of big city life.
What Your Favourite Movie Says About You
Whether 'Pulp Fiction' or anything Wes Anderson does, hold tight for a completely rational assessment of who you really are!
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Hope Tala Makes Neo-Soul that Warms Like a Ray of Light
Introducing the 21-year-old Londoner who makes break-ups sound far less horrible and teary than they feel, on new track "DTM."