Charlie Jabaley’s Dream Machine Tour, supported by Vero, kicked off in Los Angeles in late April 2018. Inspired by Charlie’s own story of personal transformation, the Tour sees Charlie bike across America visiting college campuses and schools to encourage people to write their own dreams.
In 2017, Puerto Rico based photographer Josh Rossi - along with his wife Roxana and costume designer Julie Whiteley - transformed a group of disabled and seriously ill children into the members of the Justice League.
Suli Breaks is a London-based spoken word poet whose hard-hitting, poignant and thought-provoking themes and his innovative word play have earned him a well-deserved reputation as a poet and performer.
Music with a message is what he is all about and in the new video for his fantastic single ‘Vibrations’, Maejor explores the wistful desire many of us have to go back in time and how we have to keep moving forward, no matter what.
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Clash are proud to announce our acclaimed Next Wave series running in association with Vero True Social - where we uncover the finest new acts tipped for success and bring our favourite songs on AppleMusic alongside exclusive recordings and footage closer to our audiences fingertips.
SNOW STEAM IRON. Snow gently falls on the blood-stained streets of a seedy out-of-time New York City. Steam envelopes the nightmare unfolding within its narrow alleys. Iron is the will of the one who would dare to resist… fight… survive.
Ben Aston is the director of several acclaimed shorts including He Took His Skin Off For Me and Russian Roulette (made for under $100, the film went on to win the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance London’s online short film competition).
Welcome to the Night Shift. Sometimes you need to flip the script… In 2016, a previously unknown artist called 24HRS arrived on the scene and built a large following off the back of songs like “Time,” “U Know,” “Back For Me,” and “Deepend”.