Tash Williamson has put together a list of the most useful tips given by writers such as Jennifer Egan, Philip Hensher, and Evan Placey.
Joanna Magill looks at the impact and meaning of Nina Simone’s music in the context of the Civil Rights movement.
Writer George caught up with one half of the London-based Electronic/Indie music duo ahead of their European tour.
Our chat about past and present times resulted in some valuable life advice.
“You’ve got to know where the music is coming from to present something” – An Interview with Kris from New Kingston
New Kingston talked with us after their set supporting The Skints about their upbringing and the New York music scene.
Seán McGowan talked with us ahead of his biggest ever headline show at The Loft, Southampton and more.
Anticipating the newest adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, Nelly Mair looks at the milestones of mystery fiction.
Looking for a good scare this Halloween? Records Executive Sam Law suggests giving horror games a go.
Millie Cassidy looks at some spooky music to creep your senses out just in time for Halloween night!
Culture Editor Josh attempts to explain humanity’s peculiar fascination with monsters.
Editorial Executive Sophie Jones examines the many inspirations underlying the hit Netflix series Stranger Things.
George Seabrook spoke to vocalist Dom when the band played at The Joiners earlier in October about everything from future plans to funny festival encounters.
We’re all massive fans of music (especially here at The Edge); Joanne Lisney wonders why.
“We’re finding the right voices for the right songs” – An Interview with Clean Bandit’s Grace Chatto
Grace chats about the band’s new UK tour, which visits Bournemouth this Halloween.