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Lana Del Rey on LA weirdness and defining her generation

MusicFeature

‘Is this the mysterious Lana Del Rey?’ — set to release her era-defining fifth LP, pop's dream-queen shoots the LA breeze with grunge hellraiser Courtney Love

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Noah Cyrus's cyberpop crash lands into 2017

MusicProfile

“Music was also something I wanted to do, but I wanted to grow up a little before I did it’’ - tearing into 2017 with a cyberpop sound, Miley's sibling is more than your average Valley girl

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How China keeps gay people off TV while dating apps go viral

Arts+CultureLongread

Caught up in the politics of censorship and extended traditionalism, Chinese homosexuals are finding themselves erased from the country’s popular culture

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Talking to the stars of Ghost In The Shell

Arts+CultureFeature

We catch up with Rupert Sanders, Scarlett Johansson, Michael Pitt and the visionary special effects team about the making of the future world thriller

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an all female fight club

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Amandla Stenberg on taking her activism to the big screen

Arts+CultureProfile

‘Now is the moment to move from conversations to action’ — Amandla Stenberg talks to kindred spirit Amma Asante about the fearless new film that brought them together

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No Bra and Bruce LaBruce are pissing on the patriarchy

MusicFeature

“(Trump is) obviously sexually frustrated’’ – hard at work on her new album, genderfuck icon No Bra talks Trump, tyranny and trans rights with film incendiary Bruce LaBruce

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Actress on rebirths, requiems and radio static

MusicQ+A

The epochal electronic musician is back sounding rejuvenated on new album AZD – we talk radio interference, black art and making music that sounds like chrome

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Why are some African Americans so threatened by black Brits?

Arts+CultureOpinion

Unpacking the debate sparked by Samuel L. Jackson, John Boyega and Black Twitter as to whether black Brits are really stealing the culture and jobs of African Americans

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Soulwax on the joy of drums + their first album in 12 years

MusicProfile

Three drummers, one take: the genre-smashing Belgian duo take us on a tour of their studio as they reveal their first album in over a decade

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Elysia Crampton: club music is changing the face of pop

MusicLongread

“I guess I’m really good at floating” — with her warped tunes referencing an international web of sounds, Elysia Crampton is ushering in music's nomadic age

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the #interview

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Capturing the chaos and community in Trump's new America

Arts+CultureLongread

In the wake of Trump’s election, photographer Ethan James Green joined thousands of protesters lining the streets of New York, while writer Diana Tourjee penned a document of LGBT defiance

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Meet the young US activists fighting for change

Arts+CultureActivism Week

The events of 2016 galvanised a generation of young Americans to speak out — we spotlight the activists organising for real change in the last of a three part series