Our monthly music roundup is back and better than ever! What have our writers been listening to in March?
Author Jack Nash
The monotony of classic plays not your thing? Jack Nash tells us why we should look into Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare.
With the beginning of a new decade bringing the promise of new and exciting games, several writers for The Edge look back at the 2010s and the best games it gave us.
This decade has been chaotic. But hey, at least we got some good music out of it.
Editor Jack Nash looks at the battle royale genre of video games, its biggest names, and their highs and lows.
Editor Jack gives us a rundown of the successes of Rampage’s show at Switch.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and our writers are feeling nostalgic over classic Christmas adverts.
Jack Nash reviews YUNGBLUD’s latest musical offering, chock full of protest songs dedicated to the “underated youth”
With Skream’s performance at Switch Southampton on the horizon, Jack Nash looks at what we can expect.
Need some tv shows to watch during Freshers? The Edge have a couple of suggestions that can also give you some A* tips!
Freshers is an emotional roller coaster. Luckily, we have just the playlist!
Two writers from The Edge reveal what lessons they’ve learned from video games.
With The 1975 coming under fire for their new single featuring Greta Thunberg, Editor Jack Nash looks at how music can be a platform for tackling climate change.