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Past articles by Alex:

Dry Cleaning on doughnuts, meal deals, and the terror of everyday life

The London post-punk antipoets speak to Alex Denney about capitalism, charity shops, and the delirium that inspired their new album, Stumpwork → Read More

Sorry break down the songs on their debut album, 925

The downer London band share the inspirations behind five songs on their killer debut → Read More

How alternative pop is embracing the surreal

From Cate Le Bon to Weyes Blood, a clutch of female musicians are ‘trawling the secrets of the psyche’ to create some of the year’s best albums → Read More

Euronoize unites punks and weirdos to send up Europe’s shift to the right

The alternative Eurovision party, taking place at London’s Scala tonight, is a loud spin on Europe’s flag-waving obsession → Read More

How Weyes Blood raised the Titanic for her new record

The LA musician’s most ambitious album to date is a lush meditation on love and looming climate catastrophe → Read More

Faye Webster is the alt-country ATLien perfecting the accidental love song

The Atlanta songwriter, photographer, and Awful Records associate tells us about her new album, Atlanta Millionaires’ Club → Read More

The story behind the bold and bizarre street style of The Warriors

Costume designer Bobbie Mannix talks us through the film that changed the face of NYC on screen, 40 years on from its release → Read More

These New Puritans: paradise lost

Jack and George Barnett on the brutal, cosmic paradise that is their new album, Inside the Rose → Read More

Dazed Mix: These New Puritans

The Essex band share a mixtape about a mythical England-not-England, featuring Depeche Mode and drum’n’bass-era Bowie → Read More

Remembering the incomparably vivid movie scores of Jóhann Jóhannsson

A year on from his death, we speak to those close to the Icelandic composer about his innovative soundtracks for films like Arrival, mother!, and Mandy → Read More

A new photo book offers a portrait of a changing and troubled Britain

Invisible Britain profiles the marginalised, misrepresented, and ignored people living in various cities around the UK → Read More

The Studio Ghibli disciple who became an anime master

As his new film Mirai screens at London Film Festival, here’s a brief guide to the work of Miyazaki student Mamoru Hosoda → Read More

Cola Boyy is a disco crooner, songwriter, and Marxist organiser

Oxnard’s Matthew Arango writes pop songs with a radical beat – listen to his new EP, Black Boogie Neon → Read More

Massive Attack’s Mezzanine and the death of the multicultural dream

Following its 20th anniversary and with a new book about the Bristol band on its way, we look back on their fraught third album → Read More

Revenge is the French, feminist Kill Bill-style thriller you need to see

Director Coralie Forgeat on rejecting ‘good’ feminism, and why France's response to the #MeToo movement sucks → Read More

Mark E Smith speaks to Can’s Irmin Schmidt in one of his final interviews

In one of his final interviews, the late Fall frontman talks to Irmin Schmidt about the greatest gig that never was → Read More

Cult cartoonist Jesse Jacobs selects his favourite frames

Guiding us through some of his favourite work, the artist unpicks the secrets of his psychedelia → Read More

We asked Daphne & Celeste to review a bunch of hit songs from the year 2000

The Y2K teen boppers look back on tracks (and their favourite behind-the-scenes memories) from Steps, Sisqo, and more → Read More

The weird science behind must-see alien thriller Annihilation

Alex Garland’s genre-splicing sci-fi is a riot of the uncanny, but Jeff VanderMeer – author of the book it’s based on – says its roots lie in plain sight → Read More

Exploring anime legend Satoshi Kon’s last unfinished film

We speak to the man tasked with completing the late filmmaker’s Dreaming Machine, but was the magical movie just never meant to be? → Read More