1883 caught Blur's monumental performance at Wembley Stadium.

1883 Magazine reviews the Foo Fighter's newest record, But Here We Are.

The alt-rock trio Paramore continue their successful UK stint with a triumphant sold-out show at The O2.

Performing his latest record God Save the Animals at London's iconic venue The Roundhouse; Alex G continues to pioneer at the outermost corners of alternative rock music. Giannascoli delivered yet another dynamic album last year

Master Peace continues to impress with his new EP, Peace Of Mind. For an artist that has steadily been making a name for himself since his initial debut single release entitled Night Time back in 2019, Master

Here in the UK the music industry has been celebrating BRITs week, several days of big artists playing one-off shows in various intimate venues in aid of War Child, an organisation which stands up for

American singer-songwriter UPSAHL has come to the final show of her 'This Is My First Headline Tour' tour. After playing a string of shows in Australia, North America, Europe, and finally the UK, UPSAHL ends her

Sheffield’s finest, Arctic Monkeys, return to earth on their cinematic, sonically rich, and dramatic seventh studio album, The Car. A band that hardly needs any sort of introduction, High Green’s Arctic Monkeys have been an unstoppable

One of the UK’s most important contemporary bands, The 1975, are rejuvenated and at their most cohesive on fifth studio album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language. Matty Healy, George Daniel, Adam Hann and Ross Macdonald

Sun, sustainability, and nonstop dancing were the order of the weekend for Meo Kalorama's debut outing. Passport and suncream at the ready, I set off on my first-ever flight. Travelling from London to Lisbon for Portugal’s

On one of the hottest weekends in the UK, 1883 braved the heat to attend the fifth-annual Community Festival in Finsbury Park, London. It’s Saturday the 17th of July, we've just made the reasonably short drive

As one of Spain’s major music festivals, Mallorca Live’s location in Calvià’s Old Aquapark is ideal. Close to all the amenities, its central location is also within walking distance of the beach. Creating a vibrant, complementary

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

Sam Tompkins is on a complete career high right now. After spending time in LA in the studio with Justin Bieber and Ty Dolla $ign last year, the Brighton-born singer’s mini-album, who do you pray

Paolo Sorrentino offers a striking, surrealist approach to transnational cinema that makes it hard to look away. His 2001 debut feature 'One Man Up' follows the story of two men with the same name, living parallel

1883 Magazine's Kelsey Barnes reviews Taylor Swift's newest record Red (Taylor's Version) and highlights tracks like State of Grace, All Too Well (Ten Minute Version), and more.

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

Canadian R&B singer Emanuel drops his debut EP Alt Therapy Session 1: Disillusion and it’s the emotional release the world needs right now. After pushing the EP’s release back due to the social unrest and collective

We’re still stuck at home and lost in our thoughts. So, most of us are travelling back in time and if it’s a positive memory, we get that wonderful hit of nostalgia. KennyHoopla’s brand new

Jeffrey James’ latest EP, East London, dropped February 28th and is now available for your listening pleasure. With a distinctive style and silky, melodic voice, the Nashville-based singer/songwriter always hits the mark and this release

Anoushka Shankar, who is a 6-time Grammy-nominated sitarist, producer and composer is breaking free, literally. After a treacherous period of her life between 2018 and 2019, where Anoushka uses her heartbreak, health issues and domestic upheaval

Dutch DJ duo, Yellow Claw, have just dropped their sixth album, Never Dies, on January 31st. The 11-track record is teeming with collabs, featuring some of music’s biggest hitters right now. Offset, Tinashe and Saweetie

Typically in a press release, the quote can be a little dry from an artist. In the case of Jeff Goldblum and The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, this is far from the case. 'I'm crying with

Hurtling deliver their debut album, Future From Here, they create a complex and rich atmospheric tapestry, straight from the fertile music community of Suffolk, conveyed with confidence and urgency. Already hometown heroes, you may have already

Two-time Grammy-nominated band, The Lumineers, released their third album, III, on Friday the 13th. It follows their debut self-titled album, which came out in 2012, and Cleopatra, their second album that dropped in 2016, both of

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