Get your S'mores ready and gather 'round the campfire to listen to some great tracks on this week's 1883 Playlist. After getting inspired by Taylor Swift's dive into indie-folk-pop with her smash record folklore and the Arkells' Campfire Chords which is

Five years after his innovative composition Sleep which came as a salve on frayed nerves that refuse to allow any rest, extraordinary composer and musician Max Richter returns with his ninth studio album Voices addressing the theme of unrest in

Robert Sheehan has a distinctiveness that keeps his trajectory more or less vertical. The Irish actor possesses something that very few people do: a potent mix of talent, intelligence and charm that can be dashing, even enigmatic at times, as well

South-London native Raye has often offered an element of escapism to the fun-loving fans of her electro-pop anthems. Effortlessly meandering between the R&B, dance and pop worlds respectively, the British singer remains an exciting beacon of versatility and adept lyricism as

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For the artists that defy genres, gender norms, and anything else that stands in their way. Check out this week's 1883 playlist now. This week's playlist is dedicated to those who dare to defy; whether that's blending & bending genres, defying

Giolì & Assia are a truly unique duo act, melding analogue and electronic sounds in their fresh take on the techno genre, and combining their love of creating art with an immaculate visual aesthetic. They have performed live atop volcanoes, recently

Canadian actress Tasya Teles is currently lighting the fire of audiences as Echo in The CW’s The 100. A warrior on-and-off the screen, there are parts of her character that can be seen in Teles herself. Having guest-starred on hit shows

Take a deep dive into our favourite afro-beats tracks in this week's 1883 playlist.  In this week's 1883 playlist, we're bringing you some of the best in the afro-beats and afro-pop genre, from Rudeboy to Rema. Rising Nigerian singer Tolani is making huge waves with

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Starring in Netflix’s upcoming fantasy drama Cursed as well as the BBC One’s political drama Roadkill, the English-born, Australian actress Shalom Brune-Franklin, is using 2020 to demonstrate her power and versatility as an actor. It would be easy to assume that

1883 had the pleasure of sitting down with actress Monica Raymund from hit show Chicago Fire, and with her latest show Hightown being renewed for a second season, we will be seeing much more of Monica on our screens. Not

San Diego-based band almost monday get remixed by the powerful duo Sofi Tukker, Keith Urban teams up with platinum-certified electronic DJ Dzeko, and more electronic tracks in this week's 1883 Playlist. Although we can't all get sweaty together in a crowd

Listen to some of the best Americana & Folk tracks inspired by country, bluegrass, and roots rock on this week’s 1883 playlist. Although American roots music has been deeply embedded within many genres and has influenced many artists, more and more

Puerto Rico-born, Texas-raised rapper iann dior takes a purely instinctive approach to his music, creating dreamy soundscapes elevated by introspective lyrics. Inspired by J. Cole, the young rapper tells engaging, impactful stories with his music. Following the nationwide headline Industry Plant

1883 Arts Editor sits down for a chat with Dr Ziba Ardalan, the founder and director of one of London's most distinguished art institutions — Parasol unit, to discuss the decision to close the gallery space in Hackney and find

Delilah Montagu is a name which keeps cropping up in music publications, perhaps in tandem with her stunning video for ‘Gold’, or her performance on the Gaga-organised One World: Together At Home. Her intimate piano-driven songs were what first caught

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