Joe Anderson chatted with Prentice Robertson from Vistas over the phone ahead of their debut album, “Everything Changes In The End”, which comes out May 29th. View this post on Instagram tickets for our biggest ever headline tour on sale now – tickets at vistasmusic.com ☁️ A post […]
Joe Anderson spoke to Sean Connelly and Damien Greaney from Irish punk band The Clockworks over the phone to discuss moving from Galway to London, working with Alan McGee and their new single “Stranded in Stanstead” View this post on Instagram We’ve been cookin for a few months. […]
2020 has eventually come, and in the run-up to the new decade, climate related issues are hotter than ever. The climate crisis can be a source of anxiety for many, as the feeling of helplessness can be overbearing for the ordinary, non-presidential and non-fossil-fuel-power-plant-owning people. Although it is […]
Bjorn Agren, a member of the group Razorlight, sat down with ENRG’s Joe Anderson before the group performed at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, opening up for Kaiser Chiefs last Wednesday. Argen was an original member of Razorlight, during it’s formation in 2002. However, in 2010 it was announced that […]
Just before they kicked off their album release tour, Dorian, Fraser and Gus from Scottish fusion collective Fat Suit sat down with Iain from SJ New Wave to talk about their upcoming album Waifs and Strays.
Edinburgh Napier university Jazz Summer School reached a fitting and heart-warming conclusion at the city’s Jazz Bar, as part of Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival
The heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town was transformed into a multicultural celebration of jazz at this years Festival.
Following the release of his self-titled debut album, I caught up with Ten Tonnes at one of the coolest venues in Glasgow, Saint Luke’s. I met 22-year-old Ethan Barnett, better known as Ten Tonnes, ahead of his headline show at Glasgow’s impressive converted church. He’s busy pouring a brown […]
Spurred on from the success of my first solo gig I decided to up the stakes and head out to my first solo day-festival.
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 […]