“It’s just great to be performing and enjoying and doing the thing” – An Interview with The Cuban Brothers’ Miguel Mantovani
Common People’s ‘Disco Day’ made possible the strangest interview ever, featuring The Cuban Brothers’ frontman and Sophie Jones.
Love Island is stirring controversy again (surprise, surprise)! Read Charlotte Colombo’s take on the infamous reality show.
“I should have put my shades on today ‘cos the future’s looking so bright!” – An Interview with Maizie Williams of Boney M.
At Common People, Maizie Williams chatted about forty plus years of Boney M.
“It’s addictive. You have to end on a winning streak.” – An interview with Paul Holden-Warren, aka GoldenFM
News Editor Rob sits down with Southampton alumni Paul Holden-Warren aka GoldenFM to discuss his memories of Southampton, Football Manager and his recent Youtube career.
Tom Randall dares you to confront the themes of morality and insanity in modern videogames.
Harry Fortuna takes a look at the highlights of Bestival’s stellar line up, including Grace Jones and London Grammar.
Tom Hills leads you through the best of this year’s Lovebox festival, from the rising stars to the simply unmissable talents, coming to London this July.
Three Grammy Nominees, Two singles so far, one collaborative project. Here’s why you should be excited about LSD.
“Make stuff that’s 100% you and that only you could make” – An Interview with Edge Alumnus Ben Robins
Ex-Film Editor Ben Robins gets real about his film debut, life post university, and what it takes to be a filmmaker.
A giant disco ball? Check. An appearance from Peppa Pig? Check. Lots of gin? Check check check.
Haven’t been to the theatre in a while? General Executive Sophie Jones is here to tell you why you should.
Feeling a bit nostalgic after listening to the indie giants’ new album? Harry Fortuna takes a look back at some of their best lyrics.
We talked with Bryde, aka Sarah Howells, about her songwriting process, her label, and vulnerability.
Head of Publicity Maddie takes a look at what went right and wrong in Nike’s latest hit advert.