With the summer of 2020 being disrupted by COVID-19, incoming editor Morgan McMillan reflects back on some of the Isle of Wight’s most iconic performers.
Live/Records Exec Jed outlines why Nothing But Thieves’ live shows demonstrate their talent better than on record.
The Edge writers conclude who put on the most iconic performances of this decade.
Alice Fortt celebrates the tenth anniversary of Muse’s fifth album.
Following their album released at the tail-end of 2018, Ollie Webber explores how Muse have changed for the worse in recent years.
Jack Nash clarifies why Simulation Theory is a step forward for Muse, and not a step too far into the dark side.
Someone get me out of here! Matt Bellamy is forcing me into listening to his newest album! Send he-
Stuck on what to listen to this week? We’ve got you covered.
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.
As Muse prepare to strike with their highly anticipated ninth studio album, Simulation Theory, their latest single is causing waves of excitement among fans.
Germany’s Rock Am Ring festival looks tasteful and sees the likes of Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars and Foo Fighters headlining.
Not only did we chat about their ongoing tour and upcoming album, but there was also some solid Muse, Stranger Things, and Abba fangirling.