There are many myths that society has been defined by in our history. Mysteries which, as a dynamic, creative, forward-thinking people, we have sought to solve. The lost city of Atlantis, for example, or the Holy Grail. But, it’s clear that no such conundrum has eluded us so much in recent years as that of Charlotte Aitchinson’s ever-anticipated third album, dangled so sweet in front of our noses for seemingly decades, the (until today) fan-titled ‘XCX 3’.
Well, disciples, the day of reckoning is upon us. And it looks STUNNING.
In today’s fast-paced and ultra-competitive world, it is vital to be a multi-disciplinarian. It is imperative to be both talented and successful across multiple sub-sectors, and if it isn’t already then in years to come having a hybrid skill-set will be a necessity. Our latest print volume compiles musicians and creatives who already have these hybrid traits, the instinct to diversify and the ability to adapt. After all, if you don’t change, you risk getting left behind. Cover features with 6lack, Sabrina Carpenter, Tove Lo and Alisha Boe.
Meet Freddie Long, the singer-songwriter tipped for big things this year.
Tom Parker and Ollie Marland, the two names behind the duo, have kept things under wraps until now.
The exhibition focused on Joan Miró’s graphical works is underway at the Fondation Maeght until 17th November 2019.
The leaders of a new K-Pop generation.
Newcomers Promis3 discuss the conception of their project, the authentic creative process, and motivations.
New Yorker Sophia Messa discusses songwriting, and her latest single ‘What Am I Gonna Do With You’.
“There’s a lot of stigma around spirituality. People should try and work out what life is. Work out your place and how small we are. I dunno, I’m crazy man.”
Virtual-Reality gigs? Worldwide simultaneous live performances? Drone Security? It's all closer than you think.
There’s no doubt that Korean-American rapper and singer AUDREY is the next big thing on the music scene. Her unique fusion sound captures the essence of the modern human navigating an urban landscape.
We discuss his latest design work with tea brand OFFBLAK.
Having released ‘One Way Ticket’, the Katana twins discuss the story behind their EP, and share their plans for this year.
Our quarterly showcase with CloseUp will be back on the 10th of October at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen.
Directed by Kate Woodland, the music video to ‘Boyfriend’ visually detail the tale of the humorous lyrics.
In an age where the top models are also social media stars with tens of millions of followers, Edens fits the bill. What sets Edens apart, however, is that the first time she went viral she shunned the attention and opportunities in order to pursue her degree at Princeton University.
From hockey player to headlining artist, the 22-year-old singer-songwriter’s path to music is a tribute to trusting timing.
Regardless of tempo, language or geolocation, True Music and musical movements they support are ever-evolving.
We spent a few days with Brandon Arreaga, Edwin Honoret, Austin Porter, Nick Mara, and Zion Kuwonu for an exclusive 'zine takeover by PRETTYMUCH. Read More
When we speak to Zara, she’s coming off the back of her comeback single, ‘Ruin My Life,’ and preparing to release her next, ‘Don’t Worry About Me.’ The tracks will act as a preface to her as-yet untitled second album (third if you count ‘1,’ her 2014 collection which was only released in her native Sweden). Zara’s previous LP effort, ‘So Good,’ was her breakout moment on the international stage; ‘Lush Life’ hit number one in the UK and around Europe, ‘Never Forget You,’ a collaboration with British queer pop singer MNEK, hit the top 20 in the States. Now, Zara’s ready to take things further – and she’s taking her fans along for the ride.