by Andy Grozier // For the Sake of the Song // My partner recently asked me what songs remind me of being a kid, of growing up, messing around, having fun. I hit a total blank at first, trying too hard to searchlight my memories for records playing in backgrounds or copied cassettes being passed[…]
by Andy Grozier // For the Sake of the Song // We have made it to February already in this great, confusing year of someone’s Lord, 2017. The month that the Hold Steady front-man and solo troubadour Craig Finn would tell you is “about as long as it is wide” in a line that always[…]
by Andy Grozier // For the Sake of the Song // January rolls around every year with the same slow, desolate rumble for me. The awkward in-between of festivities ending and works beginning. The mid-winter blues. One part reflection and one part hope for the future. It can be a struggle. Indeed for me it[…]
The Scot will end 2016 as world number one after beating Novak Djokovic in London, in what was his 24th consecutive win. By Jamie Braidwood of The Football Roundup It has only been two years since what was perhaps the lowest moment of Andy Murray’s career. After undergoing back surgery at the end of the[…]
Listen back to the weekly feature interview on The Verge with Glasgow four-piece, Mesmerene.
Listen back to the weekly feature interview on The Verge with Edinburgh indie-rock quartet, The Carvelles.
Words By: Rachel Lee IN a time where the excitement of the indie scene days of Blur and Oasis fighting like cats and dogs seem but a distance memory, and the most controversial topic appears to be the love or hate view of Alex Turner’s quiff – the arrival of opinionated London band VANT is sure[…]
Essays are due, projects are reaching hand-in dates, and exams are on the schedule. We have arrived at the end of our second official year broadcasting… which can only mean one thing – Charity Broadcast Bonanza 2015 . Last spring we decided to end the year of broadcasting with a special 36-hour live ENRG Charity[…]
Happy Birthday Radio ENRG! Today marks one full year of Radio ENRG’s broadcasting since our initial launch on 18 November 2013. Since then we’ve hosted dozens of shows, all produced and presented by Napier students from a variety of different backgrounds and courses of study. We’ve interviewed loads of interesting people, premièred local & university[…]
This year was Radio ENRG’s very first chance in the running for an award at the UK Student Radio Awards, supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global. Our chances for nabbing an award seemed slim in our first year of broadcasting, and yet our founding presenter, George Ward, took home a Gold! At the award[…]