It’s been a hugely testing time for everyone. Decisions on whether to continue to stop trading or persevere have been stressful for all. We’ve been lucky in the sense that the tmrw team are used to working remotely across borders. We’d like to send our best wishes to all the independents not so fortunate, who have been put in a precarious situation by Covid-19.
We’d also like to offer our sincere appreciation to the incredible key workers keeping people safe, too. They are the true heroes of today – a huge thanks all of them. Which makes it in our heads, sometimes, feel a little trivial that we’re out here making dungaree puns or highlighting the best new surf-rock banger.
We know, however, that creatives and other independents, artists and representatives rely on tmrw’s output just as much as we do. We also know that tmrw, like our last issue’s theme suggested, is a great source of escapism for many people. Providing a distraction through quality print is what we do best – and right now, that’s never been as important.
We will, then, continue with a shortened calendar of printed issues, the first new release coming today. We’ll be making sure that the production process is as stringent and well-informed as possible.
In regards to packaging, our distributor, Newsstand, have ensured us that the safety of their staff is paramount to their operation. Packing stations have been placed 2m apart and shifts have been split into three a day to allow as few people as possible working together, and at a safe distance. Gloves are being worn all day by all workers in the warehouse and no external contractors or delivery drivers are allowed to enter or access the building. We hope this gives you peace of mind that our contracted packing team and yourselves are as safe as possible. We’re blessed to be able to still deliver the magic of print, support artists and independents and connect people in these isolating times. We hope you enjoy the small pleasure of fresh ink, on 100% recycled paper, as much as us.
Mischief; noun. This volume looks at playful misbehaviour. The rule-breakers and the game-changers. The ones who take what is normal and make it their own – ensuring they have fun with what they’re doing along the way.
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"This song will forever be tied to lockdown and quarantine".
The Aussie-born, LA-based singer-songwriter opens up about going viral on TikTok, supporting Lewis Capaldi and promoting his music in lockdown.
Think Willy Wonka, but 501s rather than hundreds-and-thousands.
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Sugary slippers that look sweet enough to eat.
A clever collab that’s the equivalent of swallowing an internet tab.
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Scandinavian brand Sandqvist have bagged themselves a delightful collab.
A vision of the future as seen by two boundary-shifting brands.
88rising’s digital festival proved that URL can match IRL.
Sitting in the self-defined genre of ‘dreamhop’, RICEWINE’s new 18 track LP Lovesick radiates originality.
Indie/R&B group Easy Life have released two new tracks to help lift our spirits during social-distancing.
Recovering from heartbreak – WANYI’s debut single tentatively tracks how to move on.
The surging 18-year-old artist looks back on his roots while preparing for his debut full-length album.
‘Engineered for Women’ does exactly what it says on the tin, very well indeed.
This is a deep dive into Cavetown’s mind, music, and memories. This is Cavetown by tmrw. Our bespoke print issue with Cavetown is available for worldwide delivery. A few years ago, Cavetown was just an “18-year-old boy who wants to make music forever”. Has anything changed? “Yeah, I’m 21 now, but that’s the only thing that’s different” he explains. Read More
The late 26-year-old artist, who passed away from an accidental overdose, had more stored away, and his family decided to posthumously release his sixth and final studio album Circles last Friday (Jan. 17).
“Here we are,” the family of Mac Miller, born Malcolm McCormick, posted to his Instagram page on Jan. 6. “The act of having to write this at all feels surreal. At the time of his passing, Malcolm was well into the process of recording his companion album to Swimming, entitled Circles. Two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle—Swimming in Circles was the concept.”
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