Maddie Lock is not a fan of the recent Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper musical. Here’s why.
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Joe Williams reviews the early Oscars favourite, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
Culture editor, Olivia Dellar, discusses how Bowie enthused fantasy with his music and live performances. From to Ziggy Stardust to Thin White Duke, Olivia looks at how Bowie changed the music industry.
News Editor, Sam Pegg, takes us over the past two weeks of news from the death of Chadwick Boseman to new Star Trek Discovery details.
Olivia Dellar reflects on Bruce Springsteen’s third album that released 1975.
Post-punk isn’t dead; it’s been reborn in its purest form by none other than The…
Elizabeth Sorrell talks us through their Hidden Gem literary pick: Swimmer Among the Stars
Eduard Gafton reviews Respawn’s first attempt at crafting a new Star Wars single-player game.
“We didn’t wait for anyone to come along and tell us “you’re gonna be a star” or whatever, with a cigar and a big hat” – An Interview with Will Varley
Will Varley talks about singing to his baby and gives advice to young musicians ahead of his gig at The Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth
“The main reason that I started, or kept singing, was that well, I kind of just had the need to” – An interview with Jamie Lawson
We chat about his album, Ed Sheeran, James Blunt, and his upcoming tour.
This week, The Edge writers are humouring themselves by letting you into the stars they would love to hang out with, in this edition of Closer to The Edge.
The number one album, featuring the singles ‘Judas’ and ‘The Edge of Glory’, was released five years ago today, on 23rd May 2011.
Heroes Reborn ends on a satisfying note according to Rebecca Barnes.