In conjunction with Women’s History Month, Globetrotter looks at 10 female creatives we’ve met or even admired from afar.
Aiming to educate, Malaysia-based DJ collective Public School makes music accessible through inclusive parties and an open-for-all creative space.
Globetrotter talks to first-time author Ray Shabir on making use of his anxiety to write a relatable essay compilation.
Co-founders Blake Rascoe and Patrick Boateng II are here to revolutionize the men’s skincare industry.
Jakarta-based TEMAN wants to change the world through musicals. We met them as they were preparing for their debut show, their own production of Into the Woods.
Motivated by his health conditions, the Philippines’ Caliph8 deconstructs and rebuilds tracks from different genres to get people out of their comfort zones.
Our Variations in Sound series continues with Diskoria Selekta, the DJ duo who makes classic Indonesian disco cool again.
Maintaining his nod to the East, the South African designer yet again creates timeless pieces that pay flawless homage to the ancient East and soulful sensuality.
This up-and-coming Ghanaian R & B singer’s video is an eclectic melange of boldness and intimacy that’ll have you transfixed. So is her ditty.