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How Me Too is changing British music

How Me Too is changing British music

A new wave of artists are tackling everything from male suicide to toxic masculinity in the post-Me Too era. (GQ) Continue reading

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Is time running out for R Kelly?

Is time running out for R Kelly?

As Surviving R Kelly arrives in the UK, I talk to some of the survivors about the world’s most notorious musician. (GQ) Continue reading

Kind Of Blues

Kind Of Blues

As the critically acclaimed Rag’n’Bone Man, singer-songwriter Rory Graham plays to his own rhythm – and is using it to reset old standards. (GQ) Continue reading

Be Here Then

Be Here Then

20 years on, Noel and Liam Gallagher speak about two nights at Knebworth in August 1996 that guaranteed their names would live forever. (GQ) Continue reading

Kano

Kano

Along with Dizzee Rascal and Wiley, Kano was one of grime’s pioneers. Now after three years on Channel 4’s ‘Top Boy’ he’s returning to music. (GQ) Continue reading

The Wolfpack

The Wolfpack

Documentary director Crystal Moselle on visiting the Angulo brothers for the first time and why she chose not to interrogate their father. (GQ) Continue reading

Christian Louboutin: The secret of my success

Christian Louboutin: The secret of my success

Twenty years after founding the business that bears his name, the 49-year-old Frenchman now sells more than half a million pairs of shoes a year. Following the launch of his first UK men’s boutique, on London’s Dover Street, he retraces key steps from his route to the top. (GQ) Continue reading

Ned Beauman

Ned Beauman

The Booker-shortlisted author discusses the parts of his books guaranteed to embarrass his friends, his love of Terrence Malick and how earplugs changed his life. (GQ) Continue reading