“Whatever style you think we are, let’s go with that. We just hope people dig it” – An interview with Music and Medicine
Carly-May Kavanagh interviews Music and Medicine ahead of Edgetival!
“A lot of people have had difficulty pronouncing and spelling our name, sometimes even ourselves!” – An interview with Castafiore
Ahead of The Edgetival on Thursday, Live Editor Carly-May interviews Castafiore.
Camilla Cassidy interviews Plastic Barricades ahead of their Edgetival appearance.
Writer Jack explores the possibility of Lin-Manuel Miranda becoming the 13th EGOT winner.
Liam Beazley looks at the progress of the diversity problem in film, and whether the Academy are really to blame.
The Edge talks to Craig David about his comeback, a possible new album, and games of manhunt…
Thea Hartman examines the essence that underlies the entire Awards Season.
Alex Smith sits down with Stockport’s alternative quartet Dutch Uncles to talk about their upcoming tour, and fifth album release.
With ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ the Musical setting its sights on the Broadway stage, Abi Cutler looks back at some of the successes and failures of films adapted for musical theatre.
Head of Relations Navi Ahluwalia chats to Zak Abel about his new album, ‘Only When We’re Naked’, releasing March 10th.
Given the controversy surrounding Passengers’ problematic portrayal of consensual relationships, should art have to promote only positive portrayals of relationships?
The Academy seems to be diversifying its nominees again, but what about its genres?
Features Editor Rehana looks at how human characters and themes help us to connect to the fantastic and surreal.