Season 3 of The Boys brings Israeli actor Tomer Capone front and center as it delves further into his character’s backstory and relationships.

Imen Siar is the new kid on the block when it comes to pop music but she's already proving to be one to watch. Ever since growing up in Milan, Italy, Imen Siar dreamed of pursuing music. She took the time

Charly Clive is taking on the role of Sarah in the brand-new Sky Max Action-thriller The Lazarus Project, which follows George, played by I May Destroy You's EMMY and BAFTA-nominated Paapa Essiedu. He is an everyday guy living his life alongside

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 list of the most influential

1883 Magazine heads to New York to catch everyone from Tom Odell to COIN at Gov Ball. With the return of summer brings festival season and there is no other festival that celebrates the mix of cultures and genres like Governors

If you like your indie-pop music full of tongue-in-cheek lyricism, catchy guitar hooks and strong vocals, then you need to meet the new rising artist, Sophie Kilburn. The Derbyshire-born artist released her first single back in 2019, a brilliant debut EP

The latest in new music from Lupe Fiasco, Sara Diamond, Nova Twins, Cub Sport, & more on this week’s 1883 playlist. On rotation this week is Lupe Fiasco’s new song Drill Music In Zion. The legendary Grammy award-winning rapper is releasing

1883 Magazine’s Editor Kelsey Barnes speaks with Emma Appleton about portraying Nancy Spungen in Pistol and Maggie in Everything I Know About Love, finding similarities between two antipodal characters, what recipe she’d include in her memoir, and more.

There's a good chance you already know The Walters track I Love You So, a nostalgic and timeless song that went viral on TikTok at the end of 2021 and catapulted them onto Top 40 radio across America and Europe.

Anjli Mohindra discussed her roles in Vigil and The Lazarus Project, how she prepared for Munich: The Edge of War, what it was like to film two projects in Cardiff 10 years apart, and much more.

For the Italian creative powerhouse, Livia De Paolis, the film industry is in her DNA. Ever since Livia De Paolis's early childhood, she can fondly recall memories of growing up on film sets, getting to play on them as a child

Robert Nava has made a name for himself with his canvases depicting otherworldly creatures hovering between the mythical and the supernatural. Shaped by a range of different inspirations, they are rendered in a deliberately naïve style to conjure memories of

The Brighton-based duo PELA are showing what they're made of on debut EP Little Ceremonies. The singer-songwriter duo have been making waves since their debut single was released in 2020 but they've stepped up a gear with their hypnotic debut EP.

Macy Gray is on a roll! Two decades after her hugely successful first record, On How Life Is, she remains more booked than ever. To say Gray is a successful artist is an understatement. Her timeless breakthrough single, I Try,won her

Moonchild Sanelly is entering a new phase of her career and that is one of world domination. After what has been 14 years of grafting and cementing herself as one of the leading and most versatile artists that have dominated

The latest in new music from DORA, Melle Brown (with Annie Mac), Rayowa, Iann Dior, & more on this week’s 1883 playlist. After a short interval, we’re back with our latest playlist. On rotation this week is Te Vas the new

Winona Oak has just released her debut album, Island Of The Sun, a beautiful collection of personal tracks. Growing up in the forests of Sweden on a small crop of land called Sollerön, Winona Oak spent her time reading books and

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