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Aimee Cliff


United Kingdom

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Past articles by Aimee:

Zhala in conversation with Robyn

The two artists discuss their creative relationship, their taste for adventurous pop music, and Zhala’s single ‘Holes’ – the latest release on Robyn’s Konichiwa record label → Read More

Eight trans and non-binary people on the UK media’s transphobia epidemic

Transphobic headlines cause real damage – we spoke to people around the country about how the vitriolic press affects their wellbeing → Read More

Pure is the daring Channel 4 sitcom shedding light on little-understood OCD

Intrusive thoughts are a living nightmare – this new show somehow manages to show the reality of living with them while also making you laugh → Read More

James Blake: learning to share

On the eve of his fourth album Assume Form, the singer-songwriter talks opening up, dealing with his mental health, and collaborating on love songs with Travis Scott, André 3000, and Rosalía → Read More

The future-spanning work of video artist Meriem Bennani

The Moroccan artist’s latest work imagines how the advent of teleportation and biotechnologies could impact the geography of culture → Read More

Sincerity is scary, Matty Healy is brave

As The 1975 release their most compelling album yet, the frontman talks uninhibitedly about his recovery, the internet, his teenage fanbase, and why he’s already making the next record → Read More

Getting real with viral pop star Clairo

Claire Cottrill is the archetypal pop star for the digital age – in her new music, she's ready to get real about the offline battles she faces → Read More

ARTHUR writes songs that sound like ‘the earth collapsing on itself’

Read our interview with the experimental, Pennsylvania-based singer-songwriter as he releases his debut album Woof Woof on PLZ Make It Ruins → Read More

Nimmo left their label and found themselves

The London-based band chat to Dazed about working with Maya Jane Coles and making their most infectious music to date → Read More

A new Amy Winehouse doc raises the question: who gets to tell her story?

Back to Black is just one of several posthumous projects that have been announced recently, including a Hollywood biopic and a touring hologram → Read More

Watch Robyn deconstruct AI-generated poetry

For our Dazed Texts series, the ‘fembot’ reads some poetry by an actual bot – and offers up one of her favourite human poems as a comparison → Read More

Belfast’s creative scene: northern soul

In response to recent creative clampdowns, a young cabal of Belfast musicians, designers, and performers are promoting fierce individuality and a collective DIY spirit → Read More

Desiree Akhavan’s new show is the bisexual TV drama we needed

Five bi and queer writers discuss what Channel 4’s The Bisexual means to them → Read More

Moses Sumney makes music that’s like a Rothko painting

The LA artist reflects on his rousing recent EP Black in Deep Red, 2014, and the importance of nuance → Read More

The musicians leading the AI revolution

Could AI really replace songwriters? Sorting fact from science-fiction with Holly Herndon, Mat Dryhurst, Ash Koosha and more → Read More

Why the world needs CupcakKe

In her unapologetic embrace of pleasure and pain, the Chicago rapper is a fresh radical voice → Read More

Rising UK athletes Morgan Lake and Dina Asher-Smith talk life off the track

The sprinter and high jumper on getting glammed up to compete, the music they love, and how social media puts the pressure on athletes today → Read More

The rise of the Instagrammable pop song

Data and recent trends suggest that pop songs are getting shorter – we asked the experts how streaming and social media are making new rules → Read More

How the viral story of #PlaneBae brought out the worst in everyone

Viewing other people as pieces of content isn’t cute – it’s dehumanising and really fucking creepy → Read More

How Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s tour stage reflects their narrative of forgiveness

Speaking to the architect of the OTR II tour about how they created a 26-tonne floating stage and a video screen the size of a London street → Read More