Rod Stanley is the editor of Dazed & Confused. His work has appeared in a number of other magazines, websites and newspapers, as well as championing albums from Slayer to Spiritualized in the book 1,001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. He has put on nights in London featuring the likes of Kid606, Wevie Stonder, Simon Munnery and Ken Campbell, and once spent 24 hours driving non-stop round the M25 with a former KLF road manager and lived to tell the tale. He lives in south London.
As the race for the Labour leadership heats up, we revisit our 2011 interview with man of the moment Chuka Umunna
In 2009, Vivienne Westwood met James Lovelock – the man who named Gaia. This Earth Day, read their inspiring conversation from the archive
The unwitting father of experimental disco paved the way for the likes of Giorgio Moroder and Aphex Twin – and was largely unaware of his enduring influence
A snapshot of South Africa's youth underground shot by Chris Saunders and Rod Stanley.
In the October issue of Dazed & Confused, Natasha Khan talks about two-day trips, posing naked and keeping a nice bed of dahlias
With NASA's Curiosity rover safely landed on Mars, the scientist and explorer is here making the case for manned missions to the red planet in an interview from Dazed's June issue
On the Good Doctor's birthday, we revisit a 2006 Dazed interview with his friend and collaborator, artist Ralph Steadman
Premiere of the first video from the Hyperdub 'South London meets South Africa' project
Ahead of the Olympics, Rod Stanley chats to the French academic about his hatred of organised sports
The Johannesburg electro-rap duo say it’s time to misbehave
Mind-melting acid house beamed in from a bygone era
The journalist and author takes a break from dodging teargas to explain what’s behind the global revolution
Face to face with the forgotten musical heroes of the apartheid era
Art historian Paul Koudounaris' latest book is a collection of images and insights into ancient religious masterpieces, crafted from human remains
Dazed remembers the first time (Jarvis was on the cover) and talks about the past, present and future of Pulp
Spaza rap and connections in the Cape Flats – Dazed editor Rod Stanley on the final week of our partnership with the youth magazine
Township style, corporal punishment, yoga challenges – Dazed editor Rod Stanley blogs from South Africa
In the second week of our partnership, Dazed editor Rod Stanley blogs from Masi, a township outside Cape Town
Dazed editor Rod Stanley blogs on our month-long partnership with the South African youth magazine project
In the new 20th Anniversary Issue of Dazed & Confused, we interviewed Chuka Umunna, the 32 year-old Labour MP for London's Streatham about politics, sharp suits and the impact of the London riots
In Dazed's 20th-anniversary issue, we interviewed the enigmatic musical legend behind 2006's disturbing masterpiece The Drift
Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci guest art-directs Dazed's 20th anniversary cover shoot
A young amateur filmmaker captures the truth in the heart of the riot - see them here exclusively on Dazed Digital
As she prepares to launch her multimedia music school on the world, Björk explains out how iPad apps, the Icelandic banking crisis and explorers that sleep in trees became part of her new project
In the August issue, Dazed editor Rod Stanley visited Björk at home in New York to talk iPad apps, the Icelandic banking crisis, and explorers that sleep in trees
Dazed travelled to Lagos, Nigeria to make this short film with some of Africa's hottest young music stars
In April's Money Issue of Dazed, we spoke to author Nicholas Shaxson about tax havens, UK Uncut and why economics is really bloody difficult
In anticipation of Dazed's first live event in April, we compile a playlist featuring some of the most exciting acts on the line-up including the likes of Gang Gang Dance, Black Devil Disco Club, Factory Floor and so many more
Posts from the edge with Los Angeles' most subversive ‘blog with a talkshow’
In the December issue of Dazed, John Carpenter - creator of some of the finest horror films of all time - told us why he’s about to get his party started... again
Dazed travelled to Nigeria for the third annual MTV Africa Music Awards to be chased off the red carpet and get crunk with kuduro superstars
In a world exclusive for Dazed's December issue, the robot lords of the dancefloor revealed all about their orchestral score for the year’s biggest sci-fi spectacular
Dazed get up-close-and personal with the most notorious redneck family in America
Dazed heads into downtown Jo’burg with four DIY designers from Soweto
Dazed Digital meets the man behind cult film sensation Birdemic...
Documentary maker Bryan Little shows how five suburban punks revitalised the Afrikaans community
Dazed Digital flicks through photographer Ruth Bayer's latest book with pictures of people playing around with Poppers
Brian Butler invites satanic filmmaker Kenneth Anger and the legendary Vincent Gallo to dance with the devil in the pale moonlight...
We publish an unseen interview between Spike Jonze and Maurice Sendak as the film gears up for its UK release.
The UK collective have just released their second eerily beautiful album Troubled, Shaken, Etc and we take a look at the first video to come off it.
Designer and activist Vivienne Westwood meets a hero and inspiration of hers, scientist James Lovelock.
Rod Stanley and photographer Jason Nocito got a chance to explore the outsider artist's collection of sideshow curiosities, waxwork figures, and pickled freaks in jars.
Dazed went into the desert with Bat for Lashes for the February issue and Dazed Digital have put together extra images, Q&A and video of the far out journey.
Featured in this months Dazed, Zomby cooks up a Where Were U in 92? mixtape especially for Dazed Digital readers with an updated rundown of the carefully selected tracks.
Jamie Hewlett has taken 400 prints of his artwork from the 'Monkey: Journey to the West' and packaged them up with a double-vinyl boxset priced at £250.
The Brooklyn psych-popsters warm up for a marathon tour.
Heavy policing takes the sting out of the anti-coal power protest, with batons, horses and dogs threatened.
"People have no shame and no class," says Bobby Gillespie at a party launching the new Primal Scream album Beautiful Future.
Plus the Mighty Boosh, Dawn Mellor and Tricky.
Patti Smith and Kevin Shields at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 11th September 2006