In conversation with 1883 Magazine, Deanna Petcoff talks about discovering her own voice, writing an album that would reflect her own journey and stand the test of time, and why the underlying message of the record revolves around love in

Dive into the human psyche with MyCompiledThoughts' latest track Pentagon. The Haitian-Boston raised, LA based MyCompiledThoughts is reminding us of the layers of humanity in his latest track Pentagon. With his silky smooth vocals, MyCompiledThoughts seeks out answers in the aftermath of a

A friendship born in their teens and consistent creativity shared between Texas production trio Wavedash and Korean-American talent James Ivy has come to life in the form of their latest single Chicago Loop, a track which was first introduced three years

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For some people the name Muni Long may be synonymous with the TikTok hits Time Machine and Hrs and Hrs which completely took off on the platform last year, yet for others the name Priscilla Renae might also right a bell. As a songwriter,

With their upcoming album, Under The Shade of Green, The Happy Fits move into the next phase of their career filled with bigger venues, a devoted fan base, and a fresh perspective.

Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla is a Ghanaian Afro Dancehall, Reggae artist who hails from Ashaiman in Ghana. As somebody who has been cemented in the space of Afro Dancehall, he is a multi-Grammy nominated artist and is somebody who

Season 3 of The Boys brings Israeli actor Tomer Capone front and center as it delves further into his character’s backstory and relationships.

Imen Siar is the new kid on the block when it comes to pop music but she's already proving to be one to watch. Ever since growing up in Milan, Italy, Imen Siar dreamed of pursuing music. She took the time

Charly Clive is taking on the role of Sarah in the brand-new Sky Max Action-thriller The Lazarus Project, which follows George, played by I May Destroy You's EMMY and BAFTA-nominated Paapa Essiedu. He is an everyday guy living his life alongside

Baz Luhrmann’s latest flick Elvis (which releases in cinemas this Friday) brings the glitz and glamour as it chronicles the rise and fall of rock & roll legend, Elvis Presley. If you were to make a list of the most influential

1883 Magazine heads to New York to catch everyone from Tom Odell to COIN at Gov Ball. With the return of summer brings festival season and there is no other festival that celebrates the mix of cultures and genres like Governors

If you like your indie-pop music full of tongue-in-cheek lyricism, catchy guitar hooks and strong vocals, then you need to meet the new rising artist, Sophie Kilburn. The Derbyshire-born artist released her first single back in 2019, a brilliant debut EP

The latest in new music from Lupe Fiasco, Sara Diamond, Nova Twins, Cub Sport, & more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is Lupe Fiasco’s new song Drill Music In Zion. The legendary Grammy award-winning rapper is releasing

1883 Magazine’s Editor Kelsey Barnes speaks with Emma Appleton about portraying Nancy Spungen in Pistol and Maggie in Everything I Know About Love, finding similarities between two antipodal characters, what recipe she’d include in her memoir, and more.

There's a good chance you already know The Walters track I Love You So, a nostalgic and timeless song that went viral on TikTok at the end of 2021 and catapulted them onto Top 40 radio across America and Europe.

Anjli Mohindra discussed her roles in Vigil and The Lazarus Project, how she prepared for Munich: The Edge of War, what it was like to film two projects in Cardiff 10 years apart, and much more.

For the Italian creative powerhouse, Livia De Paolis, the film industry is in her DNA. Ever since Livia De Paolis's early childhood, she can fondly recall memories of growing up on film sets, getting to play on them as a child

Robert Nava has made a name for himself with his canvases depicting otherworldly creatures hovering between the mythical and the supernatural. Shaped by a range of different inspirations, they are rendered in a deliberately naïve style to conjure memories of

The Brighton-based duo PELA are showing what they're made of on debut EP Little Ceremonies. The singer-songwriter duo have been making waves since their debut single was released in 2020 but they've stepped up a gear with their hypnotic debut EP.

Macy Gray is on a roll! Two decades after her hugely successful first record, On How Life Is, she remains more booked than ever. To say Gray is a successful artist is an understatement. Her timeless breakthrough single, I Try,won her

Moonchild Sanelly is entering a new phase of her career and that is one of world domination. After what has been 14 years of grafting and cementing herself as one of the leading and most versatile artists that have dominated

The latest in new music from DORA, Melle Brown (with Annie Mac), Rayowa, Iann Dior, & more on this week’s 1883 playlist. After a short interval, we’re back with our latest playlist. On rotation this week is Te Vas the new

Winona Oak has just released her debut album, Island Of The Sun, a beautiful collection of personal tracks. Growing up in the forests of Sweden on a small crop of land called Sollerön, Winona Oak spent her time reading books and

Irish actress Jamie-Lee O’Donnell is paying homage to the city she loves in both new and familiar ways. When Derry Girls first aired in 2018, the show bloomed into an immediate success. The Irish News reported that it was “the most-watched TV

Singer-songwriter Ariana Savalas has shared the gorgeous new single What Do You Wanna Know. Taken as the first single from her forthcoming new studio album, Ariana Savalas's new tune What Do You Wanna Know is an operatic, elegant and heartfelt experience. It's a vibrant track

Rising German singer-songwriter LIAS lets us into his innermost thoughts and feelings on new EP Run Boy Run, a collection of sonically versatile tracks with vulnerable yet relieving themes that see him work through the pain of separation, fight against

R&B queen Mahalia hit the road for the first time in years and proved further why she is one of the UK’s leading ladies. Fresh from releasing her new EP, Letter To Ur Ex, Mahalia promoted the project by embarking on

With her new EP, let MYSIE take you on a joyride. For an artist that spent her most formative years in southeast London listening to everything from Chaka Khan to Thundercat, it's clear that MYSIE was always meant to be a

This month SKY tv debuts the eagerly awaited adaptation of The Midwich Cuckoos, the 1957 counter cultural sci-fi thriller written by John Wyndham. A modern day reimagining by David Farr, the 2022 series boasts a fantastical storyline that makes it as much a

Soft spoken and charmingly straight to the point, Talulah Riley just might be the prototype of the ideal conversationalist. It's no wonder ex-husband Elon Musk fell in love at first chat and proposed to her after ten days. Cerebral and creative,

At this point, it is no secret that I am an Afrobeats stan, as somebody who has been in tune and had many a conversation with a variety of Afrobeats artists its always exciting for me to see who the

London duo REUNIØN unveils their new uplifting track Caves. With lyrics that blend the introspective & imaginative parts of our brain, REUNIØN are reminding us what it means to be positive with their new single Caves. Born out of the idea of "emerging from

Multi-talented artist & painter Blonds chats with 1883 Magazine about his new single "Yesterday."

Rising singer-songwriter Bailey Tomkinson has unveiled her new EP, California Fire. The Cornwall-based artist first caught the attention of music listeners and tastemakers after the singer beat both Dua Lipa and The Pussycat Dolls to the no.1 spot on the Itunes

In conversation with 1883 Magazine’s Editor Kelsey Barnes, David Harbour discusses his Stranger Things return, why Jim Hopper has been an instrumental part of his personal and professional growth, his return to the theatre, and more.

The latest in new music from Savannah Conley, dexter, Just Wondering and more in this week’s 1883 playlist.

Genre-defying Canadian artist Teagan Johnston finds strength in music after heartache in her debut album Sentimental Ballad. Crafting a rich soundscape of minimalstic piano-driven tracks with a unique narrative-building world, Teagan Johnston is an artist to keep your eyes on. The release

Congee chats with 1883 Magazine about his new single Forever and his debut EP KWONG.

While festivals like Reading & Leeds, Glastonbury and The Isle of Wight Festival are home to legendary artists and established bands who have dominated the airwaves with their songs, The Great Escape acts as a melting pot for emerging artists

The latest in new music from Michael & Michelle, Foals, Mahalia, SOAK and more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is the new album from Michael & Michelle. You may know Michael Fox and Michelle Dockery from their

Spanish songwriter Shanghai Baby dazzles on her debut EP, EP01. You may know her as the bassist in the renowned indie band Hinds but Ade Martin has branched out into new territory by releasing her very own solo project. Under the

The four-piece indie rock group, Eliza & The Delusionals, have dropped their stellar debut record Now And Then. Comprised of primary songwriters frontperson Eliza Klatt, and guitarist Kurt Skuse, the pair are joined by fellow members Ashley Martin and Ruby Lee.

When we see the weather changing and the sunshine coming among that is a sign that summer is in the air, and with those seasons changing it means that we are bringing out all the vibes in terms of music.

LA-based hyperpop trio NOT THE MAIN CHARACTERS have just released their debut EP BAD THINGS COME IN 3s. NOT THE MAIN CHARACTERS consist of college friends Gabi Gotts, Perrin Xthona, and Tammy Gonzalez. The trio met while studying at Berklee College

Ben Racliffe chats with 1883 Magazines's Sydney Bolen about filming Masters of the Air, playing roles that matter, his Anatomy of a Scandal character, and more.

Brooklyn producer and artist Sea Glass recently unveiled his new five-track EP, Elevator Chat. Bringing the perfect soundtrack for those warm summer days, Sea Glass (A.K.A Jake Muskat) has developed a fail-proof recipe of chilled-out, lazy hazy music which is the

Laci Mosley opens up about the magnitude of becoming part of a nostalgic franchise, the ways in which fiction mirrors reality in her role as Harper, and the reality of accidentally placing mental health on the back burner in the

The latest in new music from Kendrick Lamar, Berry Galazka, BETWEEN FRIENDS, Paolo Nutini and more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is the new record from the inimitable rap icon, Kendrick Lamar. It’s been five long years

Creating, writing and producing an album independently is no easy feat. Nonetheless, for singer-songwriter and all-around creative force Mogli there was a need and a burning desire to express her story and universal message through different mediums. In the wake of

Norwegian singer-songwriter SKAAR has a penchant for crafting pop songs that are upbeat, serene and strikingly vulnerable. Growing up in the scenic little island that is Stord in Norway, Hilde Skaar AKA SKAAR, began her music career after being scouted by

Irish musician Aimée delivers a unique brand of nostalgic and empowering pop with her music. Channelling much-needed optimism on recent single Nobody Else, the rising talent delves into personal experiences with framed by bright soundscapes that get people dancing their troubles

London duo Me And The Moon have dropped a live music video for their alt-folk single, Fast Lane. If you're not familiar with the rising two-piece comprised of Tamara Grzegorzek and Jonny Elstone, the pair craft indie-folk songs and have been

1883 Arts Editor sits for a chat with Cj Hendry, the 34 year-old NY-based artist from Brisbane best-known for her eye-catching photorealistic drawings of luxury goods and flowers, to discuss her work and influences, and ask about her new exhibition

When you hear about the Alte music scene in Nigeria, one name that cannot be missed in the conversation is BOJ. Representing alternative, genre-bending and creative afro-fusion music, BOJ has been leading the way in the alte music scene for a

After celebrating their third debut anniversary earlier this year, VERIVERY are coming into their own as chameleonic forces to be reckoned with; an impression felt most palpably in their debut studio album SERIES 'O' [ROUND 3 : WHOLE].

What does it mean to be swept away and submerged underneath the tides of your craft? For some, it appears to be an agreement between your spirit and mind, mystically guiding you through the necessary pathways of life as you

Rebecca Black has come a long way since her much talked about 2011 viral single “Friday.” Over a decade after social media made her an “overnight sensation,” Black has morphed into a credible independent pop artist who has built herself an

The latest in new music from Kasabian, Morgan Munroe, Wallice, Tommy Newport, and more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is the excitingly fierce new single from Leicester’s second sons, Kasabian. Now with the badass Sergio Pizzorno taking

Ahead of his debut album out this summer, S-X teams up with longtime collaborator KSI for Locked Out and 1883 Magazine has the exclusive behind the scenes of the track's  music video. Here at 1883, it's not news that we're big

In conversation with 1883 Magazine, Benedict Wong discusses his thirty years in the business, Marvel's Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, and what he’d like to try his hand at next.

1883 sits down for a chat with London-based artist Eve Marguerite to discuss her practice encompassing video, drawing and installations, and to ask about her project for Lateral Geographies, What If We Gave Them Back.

Established electronic duo, HONNE, finished off their string of UK dates with a triumphant performance at London's Brixton Academy. After playing shows in Bristol,  Dublin, Glasgow, and Manchester, HONNE AKA Andy Clutterbuck (singer & producer) & James Hatcher (producer), ended their

1883 Magazine chats with Rhys Lewis about touring again, supporting the K-Pop artist Eric Nam, his thoughts on TikTok and Instagram, and the change he's experienced in self-doubt throughout his career so far.

After releasing his sophomore EP Conversations last month, Australian singer-songwriter Budjerah is living up to the hype. The 20-year-old has already achieved quite a lot in a short space of time, he's been adored by fellow tastemakers, won a 2021 ARIA Breakthrough

In a candid conversation that spoke volumes about Clara Rugaard's warm and bubbly personality, she chats with 1883 Magazine’s Sydney Bolen about why The Rising is a special project for her, her love she carries for her character Neve, and

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Australian artist Tash Sultana has been captivating audiences across the globe for the last several years thanks to their distinctive and inimitable sound.  After years of busking in Melbourne and honing their craft, the multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, producer and engineer released their

Ben Schwartz takes a deep dive with 1883 Magazine’s Logan Potter into his decades-long character development (both on-and-off screen), maintaining a healthy relationship with the internet — while continuing to update Rejected Jokes, naturally — and the unimaginably fruitful doors

As soon as you press play on Kehlani’s Blue Water Road you already know that you are different album than what you have heard before. The first 3 seconds of the album opening up with the sound of being outside on

The latest in new music from R.Flex, Ludic, Metric, Charlie Collins & more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is the new single from rising rapper, Jordy, Medellin is his first release of the year and it boasts

1883 Magazine meets up with Keshi backstage in London, just before he’s about to perform his third of three dates in the city, to talk about his new album Gabriel, touring, first-album nerves, and the moment he took the plunge

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