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 […]
Art is one of the most crucial phenomena that has ever happened to us. It accurately resembles people’s thoughts, feelings and actions. It does not only give us a chance to keep track of the historical events that provide an insight into life in the past, but it […]
Rapper Eminem has surprise-released another album. Trying hard to show he’s capable of growth but still has a glimpse of the past on his new album. On his 11th album released at midnight on the 17th of January, he continues to rap about his messed-up family, his haters […]
What we were seeing, or being urged to see, was our world, our utopia, that, like the music, had been dissected and made anew just for us that very night.
DJ, record collector and all-round Scottish jazz fiend Rebecca Vasmant welcomed Iain and Owen from ‘SJ New Wave’ into her flat for an interview.
Loyle Carner brought a passionate and joyful show to a sold-out O2 Academy in Newcastle on Halloween night, but his performance was far more treat than trick.