Why It's Naive to Think Musicians Should Keep Out of Politics

How protesters and bands at London's anti-Theresa May protest felt about the "stick to the tunes" view.


Your Favourite Bands Are Doing A Charity Covers Show to Benefit Refugees

Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, Years & Years and more are teaming up for the one off London gig.


A Shining Ring Rises Over the Brazilian Rainforest

Acclaimed Japanese artist Mariko Mori has installed an enormous illuminated ring in Brazil to coincide with Rio’s 2016 Summer Olympics.


How Beautiful Is Whatever Frank Ocean Building About to Be?

Have you ever seen a sunset that moved you to tears? Imagine that.


Photos of Love and Hope from the Stonewall Vigil for Orlando Victims

On Sunday people gathered at America's most famous LGBT gathering place to show solidarity in the face of tragedy.


These PSAs from the 80s Are More Relevant and Powerful Than Ever

In the 80s, Jim Mckay, Tom Gilroy, and Michael Stipe produced a series of powerful PSAs that turned the often stale, conservative-leaning genre of ads on its head.


My Purple Circle Revolution: Living in a World Without Prince

"Even though the words 'Lansdowne and St. Clair' meant nothing to me, I was willing to bike up the steepest, slipperiest hills to see him."


Large-scale Projections Light Up 70 Years of Humanitarian Aid

Tonight, President Hollande and world leaders descend on UNESCO’s Paris headquarters in a call for peace.


Prayers and Protests at Australia's Most Controversial Mosque

Parramatta Mosque, where 15-year-old Farhad Jabar prayed before shooting a police employee, has become the site of the latest conflict between anti-Muslim activists and their opponents.


Behold: Arguably the Worst Music Video of All Time

It may be terrible, but the worst music video of all time brings with it a message of deep hope.


Peter Crouch Hates Emos (in the New Video from Peace)

The video for "Gen Strange" is a slapstick tribute to Warriors set in the British countryside.


Photographing the Middle East in Peacetime

Photographer Jade Cantwell travelled through Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Egypt in the months before the Arab Spring. Several years later, her photos are reminders of the lives behind the news reports.