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Past articles by Jack:

Jim Jarmusch on harnessing the chaos of the news in his new collage book

Some Collages came together during lockdown and is the culmination of years of newspaper collaging → Read More

Dewey makes dream-pop on the cusp of fantasy and reality

The Rottingdean songwriter mines dream-states and rebirth on her epic two-part debut album → Read More

Lil Nas X: how the west was won

Blazing the trail for a new kind of cowboy, Lil Nas X is the viral star whose country-trap sound brought chaos to Nashville, and sent thunder through the internet → Read More

This teen millionaire hacker is leading a new era of internet privacy

The story of ‘ethical’ hacker Santiago Lopez, and the war between good and bad vigilantism online → Read More

High Life: Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson in conversation

‘Why would something seem perverse if there’s no one else around?’ French auteur Claire Denis talks taboos and black holes with Robert Pattinson, the star of her existential sex odyssey → Read More

The Present Tense: photos from a divided Britain

We asked Jeremy Deller, Viv Albertine, and more leading UK figures to select their favourite images taken by Dazed readers on the politically fraught streets of the UK and Ireland → Read More

Goldie’s visions of the future

Goldie’s new collaborative album is another fearless stride into territory unknown — here, the jungle pioneer reflects on the power of moving forward, and the enduring legacy of his label and clubnight Metalheadz → Read More

Watch SOPHIE and Sophia the Robot discuss the future of creativity

A futurist pop prodigy and the world’s first citizen humanoid caught up on Skype to discuss their dreams, hopes, and creativity in the age of AI → Read More

Lords of Chaos: heavy metal

Jonas Åkerlund’s darkly comic film follows the trail of murder and Mayhem that made Norwegian black metal the heaviest subgenre ever — here, we speak to the cast and crew telling rock’s scariest story → Read More

Watch a film about Dazed’s Address The Nation project

Together with The Illuminator, we shone statements about the state of the UK on landmarks across London — watch a film about the action here → Read More

Culture jamming: the power of taking the piss

Remote-controlled monster cars, Santa flash mobs and Chuck Palahniuk are all part of the anarchic multimedia movement using humour to reclaim public space → Read More

Ewen Spencer and the Liverpool FC casuals

When Liverpool’s young football fans are turfed out of the stadium, they hike Snowdonia – cult photographer Ewen Spencer finds out why → Read More

Inside Yang Li’s HUMAN MAS/CHINE with Pharmakon

‘Yang invited me into a space that I would be an alien in’ – confrontational noise titan Pharmakon discusses her recent live collaboration with Yang Li → Read More

Lauren Auder: Saint Lauren

The British-French artist is creating a sonic tonic of biblical proportions, inspired by a childhood spent in the shadow of cult symbolism → Read More

King Krule: downtown lights

Powered by the madness of the city, The OOZ was 2017’s essential album — a portal into the mystical, magical universe of King Krule → Read More

Powell and Wolfgang Tillmans: back-to-back

Ahead of their performance together at Club-to-Club festival tonight, techno prankster Powell and iconic imagemaker Wolfgang Tillmans discuss their audiovisual collaboration → Read More

Bruce LaBruce’s photo-diary: the stories behind the scenes

Opening tonight, the queer-punk auteur’s first UK solo show surveys his thirty year career. Here, Bruce LaBruce offers a peek into his long-kept, top-shelf picture diaries → Read More

Insecure: a new night for coy clubbers

Returning tomorrow night, zoee’s new party is encouraging London’s nightlife to take their coyness to the club with them → Read More

LCD Soundsystem: sound the alarm

Putting the American Dream under the lens on a new album of dance-punk anthems, James Murphy discusses his band’s politically-charged resurrection – and decking Nazis → Read More

Dancers in the dark

Fusing the hauntingly bleak with a twisted, anarchic energy, Kelora are leading a new wave of Glasgow musicians in capturing the realities of modern Scotland → Read More