Annabelle Asker takes a in-depth look at Blurryface, track by track, to give you an idea of what to expect from Twenty One Pilots on their latest musical voyage.
Author Annabelle Asker
With two days, eight stages, and over 100 acts, Parklife is not one to miss on the festival calendar this year.
Somersault Festival promises sun, sea, and complete relaxation. With the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club and Laura Marling, what more do you need for a cracking weekend in the beautiful Devonshire countryside.
The ever sincere, humble musician Lucy Rose was kind enough to give up some of her time to talk to The Edge about her sophomore album, the development of her sound, and that crazy ‘Our Eyes’ music video!
Annabelle Asker reintroduces the band we all know you’ve forgotten about.
Peace have returned to our eardrums in the form of their sophomore album, Happy People. Don’t miss them on tour.
Into It. Over It. and Modern Baseball return to The Joiners for a night that is destined to be filled with excellent music.
South African born modern folk musician, Jeremy Loops, has arranged a second London date, following the success of previous ticket sales.
The Edge rounds up 2014’s top live moments, from Lady Gaga’s sensational artRAVE tour to Isle of Wight’s own Bestival
The Secret Garden Party announce that London funk collective Jungle will be joining them at the secret location next year.
Blasting back onto the music scene this year, perhaps Jamie T’s return is more monetary based than musical?
The Edge caught up with Leo and Jonny from the South London based four-piece Childhood. The band is steadily rising to stardom, after a victorious summer of festivals and their debut album release. We discussed Johnny Marr, Japan, adjectives and their debut album ‘Lacuna’.
The South London four-piece did not disappoint, catch them soon before Johnny Marr catapults them into mainstream success.