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Clash #123

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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. 

In this issue:

Oliver Sim is the third face of Clash 123.

As a member of The xx, Oliver Sim became used to dwelling in shadows. But on his revelatory debut solo album, he was forced out into the light - a profoundly emotional experience, his new project deals with queer shame, loneliness, and masculinity, but it's also a camp horror show and a slapstick character portrait.

Never one to be pinned down, Oliver Sim explores this explosion of truth in a daring cover interview that offers his full, unadulterated story in riveting colour.

He tells Clash: “It’s been uncomfortable in moments, but it’s been a positive thing. I see it as joyous…”

Elsewhere in this issue you’ll meet Atlanta trailblazer Lil Baby, rap hero Don Toliver, soulful force ABRA, UK force to be reckoned with Ama Lou, and hyper pop sensation Role Model takes time out of his hysteria-inducing tour schedule. Clash pierces the hype surrounding alt-pop explosion Dylan, while we absorb life lessons from London community Touching Bass, and explore LA’s low rider sub-culture.