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

1883 Magazine caught up with COIN's Chase, Joe & Ryan after their performance at Wembley Arena to chat about Uncanny Valley, how experiences and environments influence their writing and pre-show rituals, and more.

Toronto-based singer-songwriter GRAE has just unveiled her glorious debut record, Whiplash. If you weren't already familiar with her work, GRAE is an alt-pop artist and multi-instrumentalist that has garnered over 20 million streams and has been featured

In Transit, and Right on Time  Hot off the high from his '22 Grammy nomination for his appearance on Wiz Kid's Made in Lagos, Nigerian Afrobeats artist Terri Akewe is days away from releasing In Transit, his

What happens when traditionally inspired forms of songwriting meet contemporary ones, when writing methods of classical and jazz meet pop? When well-considered, sky-high levels of ambition become the norm? It is fascinating, when the artist also

Are non-fungible tokens a fad or the future of the creative industry? 1883 sits down for a chat with Josh Sandhu from Quantus Gallery – Europe’s first non-fungible token advisory – to talk all things

In conversation with 1883 Magazine, Ryan Michelle Bathé talks about playing the lead in NBC’s Endgame, her production company Down On Maple Productions, and more.

For 1883 Magazine, Mykelti Williamson discusses his journey within Hollywood, what it's like for him acting alongside fellow heavyweights in the craft, what to expect from Preston Webb on Law & Order: Organized Crime, and

1883 Magazine’s Kelsey Barnes chats with Kit Connor about portraying the lead in such a highly anticipated TV show, why Heartstopper will help to fill a void in young adult programming, working with Olivia Colman,

Actor Joe Locke talks to 1883 Magazine's Kelsey Barnes about Netflix's Heartstopper, the importance of queer storytelling for young adults, and more.

Standing strong for nearly two decades in any creative career is an awe-inspiring feat, much less in K-pop which debuts fresh talents and faces in frenzied frequency, making veteran group SUPER JUNIOR worth all the

1883 meets British landscape painter David Wightman, who is best known for his imaginary mountain vistas teetering on the line between figuration and geometric abstraction. His work is on display at Grove Square Galleries, London,

London-based alt-pop artist and neurologist Lina Maxine has just released her debut EP MIND GAMES. It’s an eclectic mix of edgy, bass-driven tracks accompanied by Lina’s unique, raspy and melodic vocals. The talented new artist is

Thomas Rhett speaks to 1883's Sydney Bolen about Where We Started, growth from discomfort, how the album came to be, the joys of being a parent, and more.

In promotion of her debut album, Life Support, Madison Beer has been embarking on a nationwide European tour. Proving to be the hottest ticket in town, Beer played two back-to-back sold-out shows at London’s iconic Shepherds

Rupert Young speaks with 1883 Magazine's Sydney Bolen about joining Bridgerton for its second season, what he hopes is next for his character, the importance of empathy, and more.

Hedda Mae is ready to reintroduce herself on her upcoming EP, planned for release this Autumn. For those unfamiliar with Hedda Mae, listening to her new single Rhythm to Myself is a great way to meet her. The

With an already impressive body of work singer-songwriter RHODES is back with the first insights into his new era. London-based artist RHODES has perfectly captured the crushing feeling you get after waking up and for a

North London artist Natalie Shay kicks her 2022 into gear with the release of Two Sparks. Known for her relatable anthems that painfully detail oh-so-familiar life experiences, all decorated with colourful splashes of 80's elements and

1883 Magazine's Kelsey Barnes chats with Lara Peake about what attracted her to Mood, what it was like joining sites like OnlyFans, and more.

British actress Bessie Carter’s bigger role in this season of Bridgerton, not only showcases her talent, but lends itself brilliantly to the richer world showcased in season 2. Bessie Carter is not your average up-and-coming actress.

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