A new year means a whole bunch of new tunes for us to rave about!
Browsing: Jessie Ware
Before we announce the album that’s taken the number one spot in our list, here are some of the albums that didn’t quite make the cut, but still deserve all the praise.
Meg Holland gets us all anticipating perhaps the best festival of 2018?
There are so many things to talk about this week!!!
Ahead of the nomination announcement on Friday 16th October, The Edge has put together a Mercury Prize list of our own.
This Week in Records (10/08/2015-16/08/2015) sees the release of Grace Potter’s first solo album, the latest from Shamir’s debut Ratchet, and Jungle’s ‘Platoon’.
Deputy Editor Lewis sieves through the unimportant acts that belong at Summertime Ball and looks at the real ones to watch at this year’s V Festival, including CHVRCHES, Bleachers, Jessie Ware and the iconic Tom Jones.
The European tour includes eight dates in the UK and Ireland which all take place in January.
Wonder Where We Land is the second studio album from London-based Aaron Jerome, formally known…
Jessie Ware’s caressing voice is enough to make anyone fall in love, but she may struggle to maintain the spark.