In their final podcast our Button Mashers discuss the games that made them. Listen to Liam and David’s last episode right here.
Rap has always been a genre of self-expression, allowing artists to freely speak their mind in a way that feels comfortable to them. Women have also been at the forefront of the genre, whether they be the subject of the song or the one performing, yet misogyny is […]
ENRG Music caught up with Tommy O’Dell, frontman of Australian rock band DMA’S, ahead of their headline show at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall. The Aussie 3-piece are half way through their tour of the UK. We caught up with a very chill Tommy in the band’s understated dressing room […]
In an unconventional 5th Glassroom Session, The VanderBlues crammed themselves into our Journalism studio for a wonderful live set. The VanderBlues are a five piece Indie-Folk band based at Edinburgh Napier University. Their music is upbeat, energetic and thoughtful, focussing on teenage and student life. The young band […]
As someone who has seen Busted live three times now, I speak as sort of an expert when I say they’re back performing at their best. There was a level of passion for Busted’s pop-punk anthems at the Hydro on Saturday night that just wasn’t present at […]
Edinburgh-based electro-pop duo Super Inuit supported Swedish group Holy Now at Leith Depot last Friday and I went along for a chat with them before their set. The duo, made up of Brian Pokora and Fern Morris, told me the story behind their name, how they put together […]
I came to this gig to interview Super Inuit but Holy Now are so great that I can’t resist the urge to write a review. This band are so good that I manage to support my own bodyweight. I stop leaning against the wall trying to look like […]