Our writers reflect on the many shows they have attended to give you the top four of their creme de la creme of live music.
This week, our Live Editor has the best picks for what you should be streaming. We would be getting all glitzed up as we head to the festivals over the bank holiday but have no fear – they are coming to you, straight to your room.
Records editor, Alice Fortt, reflects on the many times that they have seen Muse. Alice offers up their perspective on why a venue concert for this rock band goes above and beyond what you get at a festival when you see Muse.
Writer, Alex Read, throws it back to the heyday of Guns N’ Roses with their insight into the Best Concert Film. Whether you love them, like them or loath them entirely, Alex illustrates why you need to still watch their concert film!
Does seeing a band in a small venue make a difference to an artist’s performance? What are the differences if there is any? Our FEP Officer, Georgie Holmes, reflects on her own experiences to find out.
It’s that time of the week again where Live Editor, Jo Lisney, runs down what should be on your streaming radar!
Imy Brighty-Potts highlights an up and coming star in the world of comedy. With new life bought into the scene, it seems all they needed was charisma and a deck of cards?
Live editor, Jo Lisney, gives a throwback to a venue which she holds dear to her heart and discusses why our venues need to be saved.
Deputy editor, Maddie Lock, showcases what Wedgewood Rooms mean to her and why it is important to save our venues.
The Edge Editor, Morgan McMillan, highlights a staple venue that has so much history in London, it must be saved. Time to act now and save our most beloved music venues.
This week is one for all those who are into their rock music and the many sub genres of rock… oh and with a slice of pop-punk. With some big British names and unknown American names, we have you covered.
On the run up to our Edgetival, Georgie Holmes highlights a band you definitely will not want to miss!
Edge Editor , Morgan McMillan , discusses how Drag Queens are evolving their performances in this COVID-19 world.