Records Editor Alice Fortt gives her hot takes on this weeks round of new music.
If hip-hop and RnB are your thing, Lovebox is the festival for you.
Khalid’s latest is set to be one of the songs of the summer, says Jayson Laryea.
Their first single since their long hiatus is the “perfect encapsulation of summer bliss” says writer Tom Hills.
Chatting over a Starbucks about Ed Sheeran tweeting her music and what’s coming up next for her.
We thought we sent Xavier Voigt-Hill on a safari. Instead, he watched pop at an airport.
In only its second year, Brighton’s WILD LIFE festival boasted a stellar line up, including Ice Cube, Bastille, Jack Garratt and James Bay. (11/06/16-12/06/16)
Reading and Leeds Festival announce another round of acts including Good Charlotte and Frank Turner.
In arguably one of London’s best medium-sized venues, Flume more than succeeded in confirming himself as one of the world’s hottest electronic artists and one that all music fans can appreciate (16/03/16).
Having recently been awarded ‘Best New Festival’ at the 2015 UK Festival Awards, Wild Life Festival returns for its second year at Brighton City Airport (11/06/16 – 12/06/16).
The Roundhouse in London welcomes Australian producer Flume in his first UK appearance since supporting Disclosure in late 2013 (16/03/16).
The Edge talk to Jake of the house-garage duo, following their debut North American tour.
Deputy Editor Lewis reviews Disclosure’s collaboration with Lorde.