Podcast – ENRG Music and Arts Backstage

We have a podcast! Our new podcast will see different members of the ENRG Music and Arts team discuss their thoughts on a range of topics from music, fashion to major celebrity gossip! Episode 1, hosted by Jessica Matthewson, Emma Barton and Arran Proctor, is entitled Crocs: The devils in the details and looks at the major changes in the world of arts and culture. … Continue reading Podcast – ENRG Music and Arts Backstage

Women who inspire through music

Happy International Women’s day! On March 8th, women around the world celebrate their history and shine a light on women’s right. The day aims to raise awareness of injustices that women face in their day to day lives, and offers solace to those in need. The day creates a united front and allows any who identify as female, that unity and solidarity that is often … Continue reading Women who inspire through music

Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

Since the premiere of her song Lose You To Love Me back in October, 2019, Selena Gomez has been making a massive comeback. Although still being a prominent public figure, Gomez was mostly silent apart from one or two songs popping up here and there. She addressed social media and said that this was her time to find herself again and mend herself after years … Continue reading Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

Review: Yerin Baek – tellusboutyourself

Meeting new people can be difficult. The thought of having to tell such intricate details of yourself is daunting for many. Yerin Baek’s second full length album tellusboutyourself follows on from her first album Every letter I sent you, creating the sense of a new start, but a fresh encounter. From Yerin, lets learn how we could tell people about ourselves. Start with a greeting, … Continue reading Review: Yerin Baek – tellusboutyourself

ENRG Music and Arts 2020 favourites

2020 has come to an end, and despite being an extremely formidable past 12 months, we have been blessed with some compelling music. Here at ENRG Music and Arts we have put together some of our favourite albums, artists and singles that we have helped us through these turbulent times. Our favourite albums of 2020 Aminé – Limbo “This a black album like Shawn Carter.” … Continue reading ENRG Music and Arts 2020 favourites

Review: YUNGBLUD – weird!

YUNGBLUD (real name Dominick Harrison) has seen his stock grow feverishly with no sign of slowing down since his 2018 debut 21st Century Liability, which was followed by the 2019 EP The Underrated Youth. Collabs with Machine Gun Kelly and Bring Me The Horizon have seen him transcend global circumstances to make 2020 a breakout year, and his newest full length release weird! is seemingly … Continue reading Review: YUNGBLUD – weird!

An emotional exit as Little Mix member Jesy leaves the group

Little Mix member Jesy Nelson takes the decision to leave the group to focus on her mental health After starting out as a makeshift girl group on the X Factor, Little Mix quickly took the world by storm and gained mass fandom all around the world. Now nine years on, Little Mix’s fandom has been deeply saddened after the recent announcement that fundamental member Jesy … Continue reading An emotional exit as Little Mix member Jesy leaves the group

Review: Miso – Metanoia

There’s not much information available about Miso. The singer and producer is based in South Korea but is an enigma to most. Despite being active for numerous years, she has just released her first EP Metanoia which was predominantly written, produced and mixed by herself. Within the realm of underground Korean R&B the name Miso echoes, she has left traces of her work on many … Continue reading Review: Miso – Metanoia

Review: Melanie Martinez – After School

25-year-old Melanie Martinez is a talented singer/songwriter from Queens, New York, who has been gradually growing over the past couple of years. The singer is best known for her unique style of songwriting, where she twists childhood memories and highlights key issues we face as a society. Martinez’ songs tend to lean towards the alternative and emo pop persuasion, songs like Dollhouse that debuted in … Continue reading Review: Melanie Martinez – After School

Review: Taylor Swift – evermore

Displaying exactly why her name is Taylor Swift and not Taylor ‘Slow’ the queen of the pop world returns, just four months after her last album release, with her ninth studio album, evermore. Since July, folklore, Taylor Swift’s eighth studio album has acted as a lockdown remedy and demonstrated the artists ability to progress from country to pop to a mellow alt-rock sound all in … Continue reading Review: Taylor Swift – evermore