Yo Zushi is a contributing writer for the New Statesman. His latest album, It Never Entered My Mind, is out now on Eidola Records and is on Spotify here.
What does it feel like to have your work “remixed” – maybe even ripped off – by Bob Dylan?
Twenty years after his cult classic Either/Or, remembering Elliott Smith.
Billionaires are a symptom of a badly structured economy. We'd all be happier if we were more happy to be mediocre.
How Star Trek could have averted the global financial crash, eradicated racism and kept Britain out of the Iraq War.
Coates draws on a rich, modern African-American mythology to turn T’Challa into the Black Panther: Marvel’s African superhero.
A new exhibition a the National Portrait Gallery shows Eggleston's talent for capturing ordinary ecstasies.
I thought that boxing was a display of pointless violence – but an unheralded prizefighter changed my mind.
All of acting is pretending – so why do we demand that a character's race be "real"?
His songs dealt in fantasy, and fantasy is supposed to be a matter of forever.