The climate justice campaigner speaks to Diyora Shadijanova about the inspiration behind her debut book and why environmental activism isn't all that radical.
The viral pop queen talks rewriting her narrative and regaining pop-ready confidence.
Ahead of the release of their highly anticipated sixth studio album, This Is Why, BRICKS sits with Paramore to discuss the upcoming record.
BRICKS founder Tori West meets rising star Baby Queen to discuss honesty, Heartstopper and her hopes for the future.
Get to know the Caribbean-born, Birmingham-based queen and star of the BRICKS 2023 Calendar taking the drag and fashion world by storm.
For our latest VOICES digital cover, the Detroit native is making their claim as a future pop-star with their latest record.
Following an extended hiatus, musician RAYE is set to release her debut album as an independent artist. Liza Bilal sits down with her to talk about creative expression, freedom, and the importance of being bold.
For London Trans+ Pride, Politics Editor Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin speaks with organisers Janeway, Mars and Lulu-Belle on finding community, championing change and the importance of protest.
As she gears up to release her debut EP, the multitalented make-up artist-turned musician talks new challenges, Lana Del Rey and merging her offline and online lives.
On the heels of releasing their confessional second album, Glitch Princess, the future-pop artist talks virtual communities, digital intimacy, and finding identity on the internet.
To celebrate their career-defining year, BRICKS and drag star Bimini Bon Boulash share an exclusive 2022 calendar to sashay in the new year in style.
The elusive frontrunner of garage folk-rock paints psychedelic sounds of nature in her joyful new album ‘Things Take Time, Take Time'.
After the phenomenal success of her ethereal coming of age album Saturn, Nao is back, making music more powerful than ever.
From a viral moment to a female bass-playing movement, Digital Editor Madeline Reid speaks to the NYC native about her career-defining year.
The 'Feet Won't Fail Me Now' singer speaks to Francesco Loy Bell about her new album 'Skin', her heritage and storytelling songwriting.
Following the release of ‘Last Day on Earth’, Beabadoobee opens up about the evolution of her stage name, violence against Asians, and showing hope.
From the 'Make Noise' issue, Politics Editor Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin speaks with yoga sensation Jessamyn Stanley about caring for your inner child, embracing queerness and centring yourself in your practice.
For our latest BRICKS Voices digital cover, meet the captivating contemporary RnB artist JGrrey as she discusses her new single ‘Down’, her creative process, and the power of believing in yourself.
Princess Nokia speaks to Ashnikko about new single 'It's Not My Fault', paying homage to Jennifer Lopez, breaking free from stereotypes and how she protects her energy.
The Pale Waves frontwoman talks female icons, finding love and queer representation on their upcoming sophomore album, ‘Who Am I?’
Ahead of the opening night of their latest work, OVERFLOW, Travis Alabanza speaks to Ted Lavis Coward and Tajah Hamilton.
For our latest BRICKS Voices digital cover, meet an organiser behind Bristol’s history-making BLM demonstration, Liza Bilal, as she discusses racism in the UK, Black Lives Matter and mental health.
For our latest BRICKS Voices digital cover, meet the celestial alternative R&B goddess LOLA as she discusses mysticism, her creative process and the power of vulnerability.
Following the release of her fourth studio album ‘Good To Know’, BRICKS Editor Tori West chats to JoJo on the importance of growth, self-development and her hopes and dreams beyond a COVID-19 world.