If this debut EP is anything to go by, Childcare is going to go the mile.
Author Toby Leveson
It’s a sophisticated departure from the lavish indie pop of their debut.
Toby Leveson reflects on his experience of auditioning for new BBC reality competition, Let it Shine.
“Probably almost listenable if you’re taking powerful drugs,” says Toby Leveson.
Toby Leveson picks through the hibernation of British guitar newcomers.
Seventh record and still going strong, this isn’t Biffy at their best, but there’s still plenty to admire.
“Your body and your head are completely on opposite angles”: An interview with Jamie Lawson at Common People
Ed Sheeran’s first label signee chats to The Edge about touring the world and not being recognised.
Uncool, dull, and entirely forgettable, The Feeling’s self-titled fifth album isn’t even worth being disappointed over.
The singer-songwriter is set to drop by Surge Studios tomorrow to play music and answer your questions live on air!
Before a chaotic gig at the Joiners, Toby caught up with Rat Boy for a chat about a debut album, tour, and getting into trouble.
Ahead of the nomination announcement on Friday 16th October, The Edge has put together a Mercury Prize list of our own.
Wolf Alice’s third offering from their debut album is moody, compelling, and absolutely brilliant.
Energetic, rousing, and overwhelmingly positive, Frank Turner’s sixth solo album is one to scream at the top of your lungs when you’re having a bad day.
“A bloke came up to me and said, ‘When you played ‘Right Here Right Now’ with ‘Born Slippy’ I lost my shit!’”: An interview with Fatboy Slim
Back at Common People festival writers Toby and Hannah caught up with Fatboy Slim, to discuss everything festivals.