1883 Magazine chats with Molly Burman about her new single Pretty Girl, her dream collaborations, the venue she enjoyed playing the most and what it’s like to work with her dad in the studio.
London-based singer Lees dazzles on her debut EP Night Wars. Arguably for most new artists, the debut EP can be a tricky hurdle to nail, especially as they begin to establish their art within the music
1883 Magazine catches up with Au/Ra via Zoom call whilst she travelled to watch Brockhampton's final UK gig (yes, we are also jealous) and discussed her new track plz don't waste my youth , her
The fast-paced way of life can quickly catch up with us, and sometimes we need reminding to stop, slow down and take a breath. Australian four-piece The Moving Stills have just delivered the perfect antidote
If you are taking into consideration taking a online dating trip to the Baltic reports, you should be aware that women in the region are recognized for their pure beauty and suitable
1883 Magazine chats with the humble duo Surfaces over Zoom about the importance of being true to yourself, the healing power of music, and the inspiration behind their upcoming fifth album that may or
1883 Magazine's Kelsey Barnes chats with Tom Rhys Harries about filming Suspicion, his upcoming West End play The Seagull, what character he'd like to star in the Dune sequel, and more.
To celebrate the release of their upcoming highly anticipated debut album, Still Point In A Turning World, Young Rising Sons curates this week's 1883's playlist. A debut album is always a major moment for any band,
Proudly waving her Dominican flag and tradition with her, singer-songwriter Navy kicks off 2022 with her enchanting new release Love Life. Accompanied by stunning visuals displaying the island's true beauty, Navy has never been one
Having found global success from her starring role as Saxa in Netflix’s series Ragnarok, Resa Saffa Park returns to her love of music and “main priority” with the release of her latest project titled Spaces. Born in
When the release of Snoh Aalegra’s last album Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies one thing I knew was that I had to be at the show. So of course when the announcement for her UK I
1883 Arts Editor sits down with New York-based experimental filmmaker Brian Ratigan, the founder of the award-winning independent studio Non Films, to discuss his latest project, The Architecture of Time, and more.
Speaking to 1883’s Lucy Ford over video call from Seoul, Epik High's Tablo, otherwise known as Daniel Lee, discusses scrutinizing his legacy, sharing struggles with fans, the release of Epik High Is Here 下, Part
1883 chats with Tom Ashbrook and Marcell Lobenwein discussed with the pair about how they initially met, the filming process and the deeper meaning behind the project as well as discussing future collaborations ahead of
Singer-songwriter Maddox Jones gives a sneak peek into debut album Believe It, with up-tempo yet emotionally charged offering Ready To Be Better, led by his smooth vocals and a feel-good, guitar-led soundscape. A song about redemption, the celebratory production
With his sophomore EP out later this year Saint Joshua reveals all about the concept for the Palo Santo video, how Barack Obama is his perfect duet partner and his ambitions to retire as Monk
In conversation with 1883 Magazine's Sydney Bolen, Ben Barnes chats about his lifetime love of music, what it means to have songs of his own in the world, what each track on the EP means
Liverpool-based alt-rock singer-songwriter Cures and Curses is a new artist that you should take note of. Formed by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Aaron Akpojaro, Curses and Curses is a Liverpool-based rock project. Originally from London, Akpojaro combines
1883 had the opportunity to talk in-depth to Wiz about the writing process behind Where Silence Feels Good EP, his first live shows in Berlin and tour around America whilst discussing the importance of manifestation and
Young British Harry Rüdham explores the balance of the soul flittering between heaven and hell, using vibrant colours and textured cut out figures to create fantasy-like paintings in his forthcoming “Lubberland” exhibition at Grove Square