i-D MIX. Lee Foss, Karma Kid, Christophe, Fonti and Bushkin, Klose One and Hutch warm London up for Glastonbury.
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MR SCUFF. The world’s first and only tea drinking, club dwelling scribble of a man drops his i-DJ.
AW13 SHOW SOUNDTRACKS. Hear our exclusive edit of the season’s most memorable runway music.
PHORIA. Cuddle up to this Brighton five piece’s comfort blanket of an exclusive mix.
KARMA KID. Lock into this week’s mix, an uplifting, future bass laced, garage fuelled extravaganza.
CONI. The rising Parisian producer delivers an exclusive mix and shows us around his city.
We join forces with Love Bullets for a Glastonbury closing party and an XOYO warm up next week.
How Reggae informed the Punk mind, by Dennis Morris.
APRIL. Celebrate the return of the sun with our round-up of April’s most infectious drops.
LE YOUTH. Tropical tunes for lazy days. We’re going back to the 90s.
REPTILE YOUTH. Step into the Danish duo’s monochrome world with i-D cover girl Kolfinna Kristófersdóttir.
KYLE HOPKINS. Bejewelling Brooke Candy and working with Nick Knight, Kyle turns his hand to music in an i-D mix.
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS deliver 66 minutes of real colours and real house flavours.
ATLANTA DREAM$. Tyrone Lebon takes us to the home of the hustle in his Sundance documentary. You’ll like it.
COACHELLA. Follow Bella Howard’s lens around two long weeks of fun drenched, sun fuelled anarchy.
HOMEBOY. The 90s house music honcho shares a mix and shows i-D around his favourite Croatian city.
SPOEK MATHAMBO. The South African creative on the tightness and energy of his country.
STILL CORNERS. The Sub Pop Records signed duo serve up a cocktail of strange pleasures.
PETER HOOK. The Joy Division and New Order bassist on Ian Curtis and blowing Buzzcocks offstage.
RUDIMENTAL. Hit play on the quartet’s sonic scrapbook.