Camilla Cassidy interviews Plastic Barricades ahead of their Edgetival appearance.
The Edge talks to Craig David about his comeback, a possible new album, and games of manhunt…
Alex Smith sits down with Stockport’s alternative quartet Dutch Uncles to talk about their upcoming tour, and fifth album release.
Head of Relations Navi Ahluwalia chats to Zak Abel about his new album, ‘Only When We’re Naked’, releasing March 10th.
“You can’t do a role like Norman half-hearted; you have to give it 100 percent”: An Interview with Reece Shearsmith
We talk to the veteran comedy actor, who’s latest play ‘The Dresser’ is currently at Chichester Theatre.
“My life revolves around working, eating beans on toast, playing music and sleeping”: an interview with The Hyena Kill
Oli Polhill interviewed noisy Manchester rock duo The Hyena Kill ahead of their intimate show at The Notes Cafe, Southampton.
“And I was like, what if the sun just doesn’t come up any more?”: An interview with Blair Witch writer, Simon Barrett
Deputy Editor Ashleigh interviews the mind behind The Blair Witch Project’s 2016 sequel, Blair Witch.
“Matthew is unbelievable at making fart noises with his armpit”: An interview with Lee Wilson of Deaf Havana
With Deaf Havana about to release their fourth album, Lucy Clowes went along to talk with Lee Wilson about their new music, positivity and touring habits.
“I reckon I have the record for the most hotel keys acquired in one night” – an interview with Crilly from Ashestoangels
Live editor Carly-May Kavanagh and records editor Xavier Voigt-Hill interviewed Ashestoangels Crilly during a freshers Surge Session.
Ahead of his 2000th life performance, Alice Hearing sat down with Frank Turner.
Beans on Toast talks to The Edge about touring, independent venues, and his new album.
We caught up with The Great British Bake Off contestant to talk about fame, baking playlists and the correct way to pronounce ‘scones’.
We get cosy in a van just before their sold-out Brighton tour date.
“It’s caught the energy of what our band’s all about and what it always has been about into a recording which is quite an exciting factor”: An Interview with Max Helyer of You Me At Six
You Me At Six have been away for too long. Over eighteen months ago, the…