Hayley, Rob and Olly create harmonies that make the hairs stand up at the back of your neck.
Author Sian Blewitt
These guys could create their own genre with their interpretation of indie folk.
Sian Blewitt and Amy Bolton took the ferry over to the Isle of Wight for this year’s festival headlined by Fleetwood Mac, Blur, and The Prodigy (11/06/15-14/06/15)
Will and Sian discuss what up and coming artists will be getting their attention this festival Season.
Festival season is upon us! The UK’s selection of summer events is plentiful, but if you’re looking for a change of scenery there are plenty to choose from across the water.
What I love so much about YAK is how they couple a retro vibe with…
Hookworms told The Line of Best Fit that they wanted this track to have a…
In light of the election, here at The Edge we are celebrating our favourite political and protest music from the last century.
The Magic Gang have bounced into the spotlight recently with their happy go lucky slacker…
Our features editor, Sian, and Jess take a look at Ru Paul’s body confidence message.
Wolf Alice have been moving forward at an unstoppable rate since their debut single ‘fluffy’ and demonstrated exactly why at their April show in Bournemouth.
‘If I wasn’t wearing any pants it would have been like a recurring dream’: An Interview with Wolf Alice
Sian caught up with Wolf Alice to chat about their new album and what they’ve been up to in the last year.
‘Don’t be afraid to not make money. Eat beans for a long time.’: An interview with Tommy from Django Django
Sian Blewitt, Features Editor takes the time to chat with Django Django.
‘It’s so instrumental to life; I don’t think I could go a week without music.’: An interview with Eoin of Drenge
The Edge caught up with Eoin from Drenge to chat about their upcoming success and new album Undertow.