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Charli Adams

1883 Magazine’s Kelsey Barnes speaks with singer-songwriter Charli Adams about her debut record “Bullseye,” a date with a sugar daddy, dreaming about Archangels and more.

The 1883 By Your Side Playlist

New music from Brite Spires, Mandi Sagal, Zyra & more on this week’s 1883 Playlist. Wallice drops her debut coming-of-age EP (and we love the track “23”), Grace Gaustad releases her first single — “Sandman” — ahead of her forthcoming debut album out at the end of the summer, and Music City-based pop artist Olivia Grasso tackles the […]

The Charli Adams 1883 Playlist Takeover

To celebrate the release of her single “Headspace (feat. Ruston Kelly)” Charli Adams curated a selection of songs she loves exclusively for 1883. No one writes sad bops like indie singer-songwriter Charli Adams. Since the release of her debut EP Good At Being Young that dropped just over a year ago, she’s quickly become known for […]

The 1883 Endless Playlist

A collab between Nashville’s Charli Adams & Nightly, a song about feeling lovesick by awfultune, and more on this week’s 1883 playlist. Stumbling into a new crush is never easy and trans New York-based singer-songwriter Layla Eden aka awfultune knows that all too well with her new song ‘lovesick’. In a completely opposite feeling, Nashvillians […]

The 1883 Nightly Playlist Takeover

With the announcement of their alt EP of tracks from their debut album ‘night, love you.’ Nashville band Nightly curates a special playlist full of alternative tracks from their favourite artists. It’s been a wild year for the three men of Nightly. After keeping fans waiting with bated breath for a few years, Jonathan Capeci, […]

The 1883 Daydream Playlist

The latest from rock band The Snuts, Parisian pianist Lou Berry, indie artist McCall & so many more on this week’s 1883 Playlist. A new Friday brings a plethora of new music, like the latest release from multi-talented instrumentalist Eddie Benjamin called ‘Running Away From Home’, a track that is so good it’s obvious why […]