Clash Magazine is a multi-award winning music magazine that launched to critical acclaim in 2004, combining underground and mainstream music genres that includes fashion, film and entertainment in its subject matter.
Queens-based Eartheater is an aesthetic accelerator, an artist who is breaching the barriers placed around her. A truly unique figure in modern music, her fusion of daring, club-focussed electronics and pop’s outermost limits has resulted in a crucial elixir, a febrile amalgam of startling, raw methodologies.
New album ‘Powders’ places the stakes as high as they can go. Together with sister album ‘Aftermath’ – due in 2024 – the material was laid down in the storied environs of Hollywood’s Sunset Sound, a setting that allowed Eartheater to strip back the fireworks of her previous work, and place her ideas, and her identity, front and centre.
In this extensive cover interview Eartheater muses on her rebellious youth, her thirst for cross-discipline expression, and the crossroads of her creative maturation. Travelling to New York, Clash meets the Queens siren on her own turf.
As she tells us: “This era represents what it is to bend over backwards for something you really believe in; you might break yourself over it but you’ll still be okay…”
Elsewhere in this issue you’ll explore the sensual desires of George Riley, and chart the viral rise of Claire Rosinkranz. We profile Yeule’s breathtaking future-focussed pop, and give space to CMAT’s rumination’s on the democracy essential to art. Laura Misch breaks down her free-flowing creativity, West London multi-hyphenate Lord Apex is in conversation, and we gain life lessons from rock’s rebel queen Joan Jett.