A podcast series from the makers of tmrw magazine

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[S3:E5] In Conversation With Armani Exchange (Joe Hertz)
00:44:14
Are you ready to join the conversation with ARMANI EXCHANGE? ⁠For a brand spanking new podcast, we've teamed up with the innovative fashion house to get to know some of the UK’s top trailblazing artists⁠. Hosted by Emerald, the tastemaking DJ, presenter and broadcaster is introducing some of the most talented rising stars in the UK music scene.
Nov 16, 2022
[S3:E4] In Conversation With Armani Exchange (ATRIP)
00:48:51
Are you ready to join the conversation with ARMANI EXCHANGE? ⁠For a brand spanking new podcast, we've teamed up with the innovative fashion house to get to know some of the UK’s top trailblazing artists⁠. Hosted by Emerald, the tastemaking DJ, presenter and broadcaster is introducing some of the most talented rising stars in the UK music scene.
Oct 27, 2022
[S3:E3] In Conversation With Armani Exchange (Anish Kumar)
01:01:12
In 2022, it’s hard to define musicians by genre: people are blurring the boundaries more every day, and that’s how Anish likes it. He explains to Emerald, when asked to sum up his sound, “I’m really trying to not say house or disco or techno but it’s somewhere in there…” In fact, what matters most to Anish Kumar is the feelings these songs evoke: “I really quite like euphoric moments and moments that hit you in the gut”, he tells us in episode 3 “I try to make them the focal points in my tracks”.
Oct 11, 2022
[S3:E2] In Conversation With Armani Exchange (Congee)
00:59:57
Hosted by tastemaking DJ, presenter and broadcaster Emerald and in collaboration with all of us at tmrw and AWAL, the podcast introduces some of the most talented rising stars in the UK music scene. For our second episode, we meet Congee, the innovative London-based artist and producer. Self-named after the comforting Chinese dish, Congee explains in our new episode that his moniker celebrates both his heritage and also his upbringing: “I was thinking about my earliest memories from when I was younger: things that have stuck with me, that I still have a part of me now. Congee, a Chinese porridge, was always made for me when I was younger and my mum still makes it for me now. As a name, I like how it looks when you write it out in English, it’s satisfying.”
Sep 29, 2022
[S3:E1] In Conversation With Armani Exchange (Halina Rice)
00:55:08
Are you ready to join the conversation with ARMANI EXCHANGE? ⁠For a brand spanking new podcast, we've teamed up with the innovative fashion house to get to know some of the UK’s top trailblazing artists⁠. Hosted by Emerald, the tastemaking DJ, presenter and broadcaster is introducing some of the most talented rising stars in the UK music scene. For episode one of In Conversation with Armani Exchange, Emerald chats to London-based electronic musician and AV artist Halina Rice about all things immersive art, getting back into performing post-lockdown and where she's heading to next...⁠
Sep 15, 2022
[S2: E6] Olivia Dean on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:49:04
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! For our last episode of the series, host Megan Graye, is speaking to the emerging singer songwriter, Olivia Dean. The 21-year-old from East London previously toured as part of Rudimental’s band before starting to release her own music back in 2018. Now she’s on the way to big things having just released her brilliantly open new EP ‘What Am I Gonna Do On Sundays?’, including hit singles like ‘Echo’ and has sold out shows at London's Jazz Cafe. Listen now to hear Olivia talk about the music that inspired her, the impact of 2020 on her identity and her ambitions for the future. You can listen to Olivia’s song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3coU45Rhmi8VwUo8OsYyiJ?si=-kql2-hhQiaT8zEZehhkqw Subscribe to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ | Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3. *Note: We only sample songs where we have permission from the artists to do so.*
Dec 17, 2020
[S2: E5] Eshita Kabra-Davies on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:45:36
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! This week, host Megan Graye, is speaking Eshita Kabra Davies - the Founder of ByRotation, which is the first UK peer to peer fashion rental app. After realising she was part of the problem of fast fashion, Eshita wanted to create something that would enable people to wear new outfits without a cost to the environment. Listen now to hear Eshita talk about the inspiration behind ByRotation, why we need to change the way we think about our clothes and her hopes for a more sustainably conscious fashion industry. You can listen to Eshita’’s song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3pODmrvgJXJyHyoBDh3P7x?si=82eu7bbxSOKjVbNCdk9KQg Subscribe to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ | Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3. *Note: We only sample songs where we have permission from the artists to do so.*
Dec 10, 2020
[S2:E4] Vicky Grout on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:42:49
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! This week, host Megan Graye, is speaking to the amazing portraiture, music and fashion film photographer, Vicky Grout. Vicky grew up loving music and immersed herself in the scene she now works in, starting out by taking photos at the events she was already attending. Now 24, she’s shot for big names like Levis, Adidas, and Reebok and artists like Lloyle Carner, Tom Misch and Jorja Smith. Listen now to hear Vicky talk about early music memories, the realities of being a photographer in 2020, and tips for breaking into the industry. You can listen to Vicky’s song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5PgRKdCXj3uoYe04Rseojk?si=YVvZqQd5TDGuHZEqGGniYw Subscribe to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ | Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3. *Note: We only sample songs where we have permission from the artists to do so.*
Dec 08, 2020
[S2: E3] Arlo Parks on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:43:10
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! This week, host Megan Graye, is speaking to the most talked about artist of the year - Arlo Parks! The 20 year old singer- songwriter from South West London has been on the cover of NME, had her music played across daytime Radio 1 and 6music, won BBC introducing artist of the year and gained fans like Billie Eilish! Arlo’s medicinal music has provided salvation at a worldly moment of need, brilliantly tackling difficult topics like depression with her singles ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Hurt’. Listen now to hear Arlo talk about early musical influences, how she’s coped with this year of change as well as what to expect from her highly anticipated debut album ‘Collapsed In Sunbeams’ - out on 29th Jan 2021. You can listen to Arlo’s song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0dAj9zv5FXUWlL0jV1Gl7q?si=XoTz4PdSRn2lXdDSXhxwWQ Subscribe to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ | Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3. *Note: We only sample songs where we have permission from the artists to do so.*
Dec 03, 2020
[S2: E2] VULGA DRAWINGS on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:47:55
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! This week, host Megan Graye is speaking to artist and writer, Lily O’Farrell (or @vulgadrawings as you might know her) about the music from her past, present and future. Lily is from London and started @vulgadrawings in 2018 after finding that drawing her experiences of everyday sexism provided a much needed outlet for the harassment she was facing. When she realised how much people related to her work, she was inspired to create more and encouraged her audience to share their own stories. She has since amassed almost 160k followers on Instagram! Listen now to hear Lily talk trolls, shared experiences, and why her work is not just hilarious - but fundamental. You can listen to Lily’s song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7IervRLAUdtznJvlNomRwe?si=H24tttDNT-SQnGtj5iORIw Subscribe to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3. Note: We only sample songs we have permission from the artists to do so.
Nov 26, 2020
[S2: E1] GRACEY on CHANGE THE RECORD
00:52:11
You're listening to CHANGE THE RECORD podcast by VOCAL GIRLS and tmrw! This week, host, Megan Graye is speaking to pop-star, GRACEY about the music from her past present and future. GRACEY is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter from Brighton who's just released her mini-album 'The Art of Closure', which features top-10 charting single 'Don't Need Love' with 220 KID. Listen now to hear GRACEY talk setbacks, social media and what it feels like to realise you dreams. You can listen to GRACEY's song choices from her 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’ HERE: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0d53sHOADxz1kEPgPTHomw?si=a0Fg5mviTDGku1hiDzFZiw Subscribe now to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3
Nov 19, 2020
Season 2 Trailer
00:01:39
You’re listening to CHANGE THE RECORD, the brand new podcast in which Megan Graye talks to guests about their past, present and future - and the music that connects them. In this collaborative series tmrw has teamed up with VOCAL GIRLS to promote and elevate womxn’s voices from across the creative industries. Host and VOCAL GIRLS founder, Megan Graye, speaks to some of the most inspiring womxn from music, art and fashion about their experiences in everything from trolls to topping the charts. With 2020 highlighting how fundamental music is to sane survival, we asked each guest to pick three songs that represent their 'yesterday' 'today' and 'tomorrow’. They share their personal discoveries from the past, their relationship with the now and their attitude towards the future and how music pervades that journey. Subscribe now to get the latest episodes of CHANGE THE RECORD and follow us on Instagram or Twitter @tmrwmag and @vocalgirlsclub / @megangraye_ Music for this podcast is by Joe Garside and thumbnail artwork is by Block H3
Nov 12, 2020
[S1:E4] Sustainability in Music [A Better Future]
00:34:51
Guest host Emma Breschi is joined by Izzy Phillips, Lola Cola and Mali Koa to discuss how the music industry can be more sustainable. This episode concludes our 'A Better Future' series.
Feb 28, 2020
[S1:E3] The Nine8 Collective [A Better Future]
00:26:54
Nasty Nige, Lorenzo RSV and Lloyd Macdonald from the brilliant Nine8 Collective join guest host Emma Breschi to discuss the collective, their latest creative projects and the music industry in general.
Feb 19, 2020
[S1:E2] Climate Change [A Better Future]
00:39:34
Noga Levy-Rapoport, Leila Afghan and Holly Lapsley Fletcher chat with guest host Emma Breschi about preventing Climate Change within their own industry circles.
Feb 04, 2020
[S1:E1] Fashion Industry Upcycling [A Better Future]
00:35:16
Fashion industry heavyweights Scott Cruft, Pia Schiele and Emma Breschi openly discuss clever ways to be more sustainable when it comes to style.
Jan 21, 2020