It’s a happy new year indeed, because Ed Sheeran is releasing new music!
Browsing: Ed Sheeran
James Barker reviews the new record from the minds behind ‘Lean On’ and ‘Where Are Ü Now.’
In this week’s Closer To The Edge feature; our writers compile their perfect playlist to accompany any road trip this summer
The lawsuit claims Sheeran’s 2014 hit ‘Photograph’ copied Matt Cardle’s 2009 song ‘Amazing’.
“Your body and your head are completely on opposite angles”: An interview with Jamie Lawson at Common People
Ed Sheeran’s first label signee chats to The Edge about touring the world and not being recognised.
Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Leon Rolle, better known by their collective name of Rudimental, will be hitting Birmingham’s O2 Academy (07/03/16).
Ed Sheeran also won his first two Grammys last night in an event which was littered with tributes to late musicians, such as David Bowie and Glen Frey.
This Week in Records (25/01/16-31/01/2015) is made exciting by the release of Bloc Party’s return with Hymns.
Ed Sheeran and The Weeknd are also strong contenders for next year’s awards, which will take place in February 2016.
Top British acts like Pink Floyd, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and Paloma Faith have helped boost the UK’s economy by a staggering £4.1 billion.
The Radio 1 DJ brought his student tour to Southampton on it’s final day. It saw Chris Stark return to the place he got his degree and Mills return to his hometown, with a special guest appearance from Anto Sharp (09/10/15).
“If you’re a fan of Home, We The Generation won’t disappoint”. Navi reviews Rudimental’s second album.
This Week in Records (28/09/2015-04/10/2015) brings Editors’ and Wavves’ fifth studio albums, ‘Emoticons’ from The Wombats, and a change in tone for Miley Cyrus.
The Grammy award winner has announced details of a new concert film, which was filmed at one of his recent gigs at Wembley Stadium.