News Editor Sam Pegg rounds up an eventful week of news that sees hopeful sequels, bands reunited and a growing MCU.
With tracks like ‘Wonderwall’ and ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, Oasis’ second album was also their most commercially successful album.
The Wedgewood Rooms, also known simply as ‘The Wedge’ to locals, is Southsea’s leading independent…
Due to COVID-19, all venues had to close their doors to the public to ensure our safety. Writers from The Edge all reflect on their most beloved music venues and express why they miss them so much.
As part of our continued alternative coverage, Jed Wareham explores what the term ‘indie’ means nowadays and reflects on the changes the genre has undergone.
Owen Griffiths reviews the second attempt from the New York trio.
Corrie David on Liam Gallagher’s debut UK tour this December.
The other Gallagher brother steps up to deliver a pretty brilliant debut.
Whitecross also discussed the possibility of working with Morrissey and Johnny Marr.
Writer Tom Townend looks at the new feature length Oasis documentary and sees if it’s up to scratch.
Last orders! The Enemy are about to embark on their final tour, starting with a warm-up at the Wedgewood Rooms (02/09/16).
James Barker reviews the return of Llandudno indie quartet Catfish and the Bottlemen.
The team behind the critically-acclaimed and award winning documentary ‘Amy’ will be taking a closer look at the Gallaghers and co.