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    How to make a number one hit: A conversation with Eliza Rose

    How to make a number one hit: A conversation with Eliza Rose

    Last year, Crack Magazine collaborated with BIMM Institute Bristol on a series of live talks featuring some of the most influential and inventive voices in contemporary music.
    Here, Eliza Rose – the east London artist and DJ behind 2022 smash hit, 'B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All)' – and DJ and broadcaster Vanessa Maria connect for a conversation about the song and its success, Rose’s career thus far, her relationship with social media, performance anxiety and future plans. Stay tuned to the end to hear Eliza answer some questions from the audience.
    Our podcasts are also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other audio platforms. This episode was moderated by Vanessa Maria and edited by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

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    The Audio Story: Ori Deck

    The Audio Story: Ori Deck

    “We are trying to combine Polynesian culture and electronic music, halfway between tradition and modernism.”
    In Tahiti, the main island in French Polynesia, music is an integral part of the culture. As essential to everyday life as water or air. But there’s one style of music that reigns supreme: sapa’u, also known as ori deck.
    For Issue 132, Tiare Tuuhia connects with some of the style's biggest players and delves into the story and culture behind the emerging genre. Written by Tiare Tuuhia and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

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    • 9 min
    The Audio Story: Ethel Cain

    The Audio Story: Ethel Cain

    “I struggled with my religious upbringing for years after I became an adult and right now, right at the tail-end of this record, I’ve realised I’ve made peace with everything.”
    As Ethel Cain, Hayden Silas Anhedönia calls upon memories of her strict religious upbringing to create her own Southern epic. We catch up with the Preacher's Daughter artist for Issue 132. Written by Emma Garland and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

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    The Audio Story: Mr. Mitch

    The Audio Story: Mr. Mitch

    “Making music is not something I do because I want to make money. It’s something I do because it’s what I am. I don’t feel like I can detach myself from that as an identity.”
    Mr. Mitch talks fatherhood, functional club music and his new working process for the Issue 132 feature. Written by Will Pritchard and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

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    • 9 min
    The Cover Story: Arooj Aftab

    The Cover Story: Arooj Aftab

    The audio version of our Issue 132 cover story, featuring Arooj Aftab.
    "I think of a thing, and then I ask, ‘What is the history? Is there a depth behind it?’"
    Composer, vocalist, Grammy-award winner, storyteller. Arooj Aftab is reimagining the music of centuries past, and making history as she goes. We meet the Pakistani artist for our June cover story. Written by Michelle Hyun Kim and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

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    • 12 min
    The crossroads of music and drama on Top Boy

    The crossroads of music and drama on Top Boy

    How do you tell the story of an inner-city London estate without compromising on authenticity and honesty? For Top Boy, the answer lies in music. We spoke to the show's music supervisor and members of the cast and writing team about telling stories through – and with – music.
    Captured at Top Boy Live, a day of talks and workshops supporting the next generation of British talent in film, TV, music and beyond. Recap the day with advice, insights and assignments here: https://crackm.ag/3IVeqei

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