The 1883 Breaking Point Playlist
New music from YARLIE, L Devine, Olivia Lunny and more on this week’s 1883 Magazine playlist.
A new week brings new music — with NAYANA IZ new track being the inspiration of 1883’s playlist theme this week. On this weeks curation we have the latest from Winnipeg pop band Encore with their infectious bop “In My Head,” Gabrielle Current finds herself in “Serenity,” the final track from her long awaited debut EP “Virgo,” and singer/rapper Tommy Genesis is spearheaded a whole new era with the release of “peppermint.” Norway’s Ruben Dawnson embraces honesty and vulnerability in his track “Safely,” Swedish songstress YARLIE eases into a forbidden love with “Call of the night,” and Matilda Bond is introspective as she navigates her mental health struggles in “Call It Rain”. Soul R&B artist Saint Joshua returns with “Love Is,” a track that demonstrates the spellbinding, indescribable magic one feels when they are in love, Canada’s Olivia Lunny brings back disco in her track “Who Could Say No,” and viral TikTok star Alec Hartman finds bliss in his track “Weekend,” a summer anthem everyone needs to put on their summer playlist.
Also on this week’s playlist is the latest from Sister John, The Wombats, Scuti, Lou Hayter, L Devine, Grace Davies, Luke Royalty, Louis Dunford, and two collaborations between Sam Feldt & Sam Fischer and Bakermat & LaShun Pace.