With the success of musical sensation GLEE, The EDGE asks when it was that we finally stopped believing…
The EDGE tear apart The Wanted’s ‘Heart Vacancy’ – tiring metaphors, irritating cheekbones, and cliches aplenty.
Eliza Doolittle’s third release ‘Rollerblades’ offers more of her particularly likeable brand of breezy pop.
Metal giants’ new album showcases a band at the height of their careers. Don’t miss their Southampton date!
Alan Sugar & co. return, allowing the audience to absorb the humiliating, egotistical and arrogant contestants for another year. Claws at the ready!
The electronic trio and inventors of the ‘Witch House’ genre offer their sound on an LP for the first time.
After two successive disappointments, The EDGE ask if Weezer’s latest musical offering is worth the pain of its predecessors.
Perhaps we can write this one off as simply an experiment gone slightly wrong
The EDGE time-travel back to April 2010 to take another look at the underestimated Sia’s most recent release
“Whilst not as “defining” as Daydream Nation or as obviously accessible as “Goo” or “Dirty”, EVOL finds Sonic Youth combining their best qualities together to create an outstanding album”