We break down what should be on your radar (and what shouldn’t) in a bit of a slower week for music releases.
It’s a bumper week for singles with Charli XCX, Jessie Reyez and Soak also releasing new tracks.
We run over the week’s biggest new releases, including albums from Cher, Kodaline and Logic.
In anticipation of their ucpoming album Simulation Theory – out November 9th – Jack Nash explores the history of British rock band Muse.
Alice O’Hare compiles a playlist of thoughts concerning the potential redundancy of the album in the current streaming era.
The prodigious rap collective return with their fourth album alongside music from the south coast’s own Black Honey and YouTube star Dodie.
We pick our favourite tracks that might not be dominating the radio waves for your fresher’s experience!
Weekly records round-ups are back with a bang, with new choons also coming from Khalid, The 1975 and Dizzee Rascal.
Records Editor Sam runs over The Edge’s favourite hit records from the summer of 2018.
Tom Brewster illuminates the scintillatingly strange listening experience that is Fishmans – now on Spotify!
It’s finally time to bring you our pick of the w̶e̶e̶k̶’̶s̶ month’s best new music!
Three Grammy Nominees, Two singles so far, one collaborative project. Here’s why you should be excited about LSD.
Feeling a bit nostalgic after listening to the indie giants’ new album? Harry Fortuna takes a look back at some of their best lyrics.
The Arctic Monkeys are back, but there’s plenty more to dig into this week in the music world…