The Edge have handpicked 10 artists who they think will make it in 2016.
Author Amy Wootten
2015 brought with it Jamie xx’s In Colour, Grimes’ Art Angels, Tame Impala’s Currents and Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A…
This Week in Records (25/01/16-31/01/2015) is made exciting by the release of Bloc Party’s return with Hymns.
This Week in Records (18/01/2016-24/02/2016) brings with it Chairlift, Savages, and a new track from AlunaGeorge.
The Nuffield Youth Theatre’s performance of Girls Like That leaves no stone unturned in terms of body image, double standards, and slut-shaming.
Records Editor Amy reviews the slow-paced but interesting second two parter of Silent Witness, Series 19.
Girls Like That runs from 14th-16th January at the Nuffield Theatre.
In the wake of his passing, The Edge came together to highlight their personal favourites among David Bowie’s countless contributions to art and culture.
Records Editor Amy takes gives us a track-by-track review of Bloc Party’s Hymns ahead of its release on 29th January.
Taking the top spot among The Edge’s Albums of the Year is the third studio album…
Records Editor Amy explores gender bias in the music industry, and what women are doing to take control of it.
Purity Ring play with fairy lights, darkness and space in their video for ‘heartsigh’.
“Full of festivity, originality and Christmas classics.” Records Editor Amy reviews Summer Camp’s Christmas EP.