“I think half the charm of the band is that we’re from Manchester, but the music sounds like LA”- An Interview with Josh Noble from Larkins
Kiera Gormley chats with Larkins’ front man, Josh Noble, about the craving for live shows and releasing music during the lockdown period.
Missing live music events due to COVID-19? Our Fundraising, Events and Publicity Officer, Georgie Holmes, shares her secret gems on how she is getting her kick of live music.
As festivals couldn’t happen in the normal capacity that we are used to, some of our writers reflect back on some memorable Glasto performances over the last 20 years!
As the last week of July approaches, you are in for a real treat with our pick of live-streams.
Taylor Swift gifted the world front row seats to her Reputation Stadium World Tour in…
Although we may not be going to concerts, Olivia Dellar reflects back on her favourite live show. She brings the magic to us.
I will preface this with a IEFA (Insufferable Edinburgh Fringe Attendee) warning. Because yes, I…
The Wedgewood Rooms, also known simply as ‘The Wedge’ to locals, is Southsea’s leading independent…
From rap, to pop, to rock music – this week is quite varied. We have some big acts coming up in the latter half of the week!
Georgie Holmes continues our new series by discussing he dedication and pay off for travelling over 6 hours to see Bon Iver.
Kicking off a new series, Morgan McMillan reminisces on a particular set of The Front Bottoms that made it the best show ever.
Due to COVID-19, all venues had to close their doors to the public to ensure our safety. Writers from The Edge all reflect on their most beloved music venues and express why they miss them so much.
This week in streams is varied and exciting. From rock to barque pop to folk -why not check out the livestreams coming up?
‘We live in the parameters of the rock genre but remain as free as possible’; An Interview with Dali
Records Editor, Alice Fortt, virutally ‘sits’ down with local up and coming rock band Dali to discuss music, inspiration and of course, the pandemic.