Music has always been my haven. From curving school bus anxieties to keeping me company in my University halls – it’s what I turn to when in need of comfort. Living through a pandemic is emotionally confusing and has led some unusual listening habits [and my Spotify account […]
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’s Bryce Arthur caught up with Benjamin Francis Leftwich ahead of his show at The Caves in Edinburgh. Benjamin is an incredibly interesting guy. He seems to exist somewhere else, as if you’re actually talking to a mystical astral projection of Benjamin Francis Leftwich. His chat is […]
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 […]
Music has always reflected the times. Musicians, like all artists, are constantly inspired by what they see and hear happening around them. So, it should be no surprise that right now in a country riven with political tension, where its citizens are almost daily forced to confront and […]
Recent venue closures have really impacted local music scenes around Scotland. Nights like last Friday at Glasgow’s Classic Grand show how things used to be – and more importantly, why they should’ve never changed. THE FRONTIERS The gig mostly featured hometown heroes local to Glasgow, but the […]