Posts Tagged: new music

Musicians are woke now, don’t you know?

Originally featured in Volume 23 of tmrw.  We are now well and truly in the middle of an era where a generation of woke, without want or need for a better word, young people are in the driving seat. We’re activists and

Musicians are woke now, don’t you know?

Originally featured in Volume 23 of tmrw.  We are now well and truly in the middle of an era where a generation of woke, without want or need for a better word, young people are in the driving seat. We’re activists and

Sunflower Bean interview: “There’s a certain belief in magic…”

Originally featured here on Clash. Photo credit: Andy DeLuca Whilst having a pit stop driving up to play a show Glasgow, New York band Sunflower Bean pass me round the tour van on speaker phone. We discuss why artists writing

Sunflower Bean interview: “There’s a certain belief in magic…”

Originally featured here on Clash. Photo credit: Andy DeLuca Whilst having a pit stop driving up to play a show Glasgow, New York band Sunflower Bean pass me round the tour van on speaker phone. We discuss why artists writing

Superorganism ‘Superorganism’ review: Pop culture overload translated into pop song heaven…

Originally featured here on Clash.  When your first track is hyped up so much as Superorganism’s ‘Something for your M.I.N.D’ was last year, the debut album has got to reach the mark. And this one does – kind of. Is

Superorganism ‘Superorganism’ review: Pop culture overload translated into pop song heaven…

Originally featured here on Clash.  When your first track is hyped up so much as Superorganism’s ‘Something for your M.I.N.D’ was last year, the debut album has got to reach the mark. And this one does – kind of. Is

Skating with Rat Boy

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  Photography by ***Elliott Morgan*** Jordan Cardy rides round the corner of Chelmsford’s market square on his brand new red shiny bike. As the rest of the band appear one by one, they all take

Skating with Rat Boy

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  Photography by ***Elliott Morgan*** Jordan Cardy rides round the corner of Chelmsford’s market square on his brand new red shiny bike. As the rest of the band appear one by one, they all take

The Ninth Wave interview: “It’s nice to have a thing that not that many bands have though”

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  Photo by ***Andrew McCormack*** As I bundle into the back of The Ninth Wave’s tour bus, I’m offered the driver’s seat for optimal centrality for the interview. Our chat begins with discussing Glasgow’s tight

The Ninth Wave interview: “It’s nice to have a thing that not that many bands have though”

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  Photo by ***Andrew McCormack*** As I bundle into the back of The Ninth Wave’s tour bus, I’m offered the driver’s seat for optimal centrality for the interview. Our chat begins with discussing Glasgow’s tight

Yellow Days is the 18 year old who tells his life experiences through song

Originally feature here on tmrw Magazine.  George Van Der Broek, otherwise known as musician Yellow Days, is an 18-year-old artist who tells his life experiences through song. Expect mellow, mature, and magnificent tunes. We chat about his debut EP, Harmless Melodies,

Yellow Days is the 18 year old who tells his life experiences through song

Originally feature here on tmrw Magazine.  George Van Der Broek, otherwise known as musician Yellow Days, is an 18-year-old artist who tells his life experiences through song. Expect mellow, mature, and magnificent tunes. We chat about his debut EP, Harmless Melodies,

My heart is shattered by Charli XCX’s ‘Boys’

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  The blushed and hushed pink tones of Charli XCX’s new video for ‘Boys’ is so beautiful I could cry. Directed by Charli xcx and Sarah McColgan, the video has had over 1.5 million views

My heart is shattered by Charli XCX’s ‘Boys’

Originally featured here on tmrw Magazine.  The blushed and hushed pink tones of Charli XCX’s new video for ‘Boys’ is so beautiful I could cry. Directed by Charli xcx and Sarah McColgan, the video has had over 1.5 million views