Georgie Holmes focuses on how Live shows have adapted and will need to adapt for the future. After the first socially distanced gig in August 2020, Georgie also reflects on the positives of such layout.
Browsing: The Joiners
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.
‘We live in the parameters of the rock genre but remain as free as possible’; An Interview with Dali
Records Editor, Alice Fortt, virutally ‘sits’ down with local up and coming rock band Dali to discuss music, inspiration and of course, the pandemic.
Jed Wareham reflects on whether gig-goers should be returning to live performances as soon as possible and ways in which the future of gigs may change in the light of COVID-19.
Katie Evans reminisces on her experience watching the band this time last year at independent Southampton venue The Joiners
As livestreamed gigs become the norm, fundraisers have been brought to the forefront. But do they work?
The Edge writers choose their favourite independent venues.
Independent businesses and smaller bands are suffering right now, but here’s some ways you can help.
Morgan McMillan discusses the clear ableism present in the live music scene across various venues.
Georgie details why David Keenan’s show at The Joiners this month is entirely unmissable.
Live Editor Georgie breaks down what not to miss in the live scene in Southampton this month.
Live Editor Georgie outlines what’s not to miss in the live scene this month in Southampton.