Once again, The Edge has you covered on what you should be tuning into this week!
Alice Fortt reminsces about those sweet crazy club nights that we all know and love.
Records editor, Alice Fortt, gives us the lowdown on MCR because COVID-19 took that chance away (for now). So for all those who love MCR, Alice offers an alternative for you!
Live editor, Jo Lisney, has the rundown on what to tune into this coming week.
Missing live shows? Us too. But have no fear, our writers at The Edge have you covered! Check out our list of best live covers.
Live editor, Jo Lisney, gives us the rundown of what you should be tuning into this week.
News editor, Sam Pegg, gives you a brief overview of the history of the controversy of lip syncing and how artists have used this to their advantage… or used this as a statement against the industry.
FEPS officer, Georgie Holmes, discusses why lip syncing is not what people pay for. By discussing issues around lip syncing and some of the most controversial performances.
As part of our Fantasy magazine, our writers take a look at the ‘magic’ of lip-syncing and the ultimate battle of the Queens!
Culture editor, Olivia Dellar, discusses how Bowie enthused fantasy with his music and live performances. From to Ziggy Stardust to Thin White Duke, Olivia looks at how Bowie changed the music industry.
Our editor, Morgan McMillan, addresses some of the most successful rock operas from the last 40 years. What makes them so great? Why are rock operas something to see live? How are they successful? Read on to find out!
Live editor, Jo Lisney, takes an in-depth dive into why Notting Hill Carnival is particularly important to London. From dancing to costumes, this is something she encourages all to experience once in their lives.