Studio vs Acoustic: Pears by Weston Estate

Named after a nearby neighbourhood, Weston Estate is a 5-member group from North Carolina. The band members are: Srikar Nanduri on guitar, Manas Panchavati, Tanmay Joshi and Marco Luka with the vocals and Abhi Manhass on bass, who also produces their tracks.  A recent track of theirs which has been gaining loads of attention is titled Pears, a lo-fi indie beat paired with wistful lyrics creating a … Continue reading Studio vs Acoustic: Pears by Weston Estate

Pride Month 2021

Pride Month. A time for people in the LGBTQ+ community to come together and be unapologetically themselves. A time where people can look back on legendary figures within the community and see how far the world has come in accepting those for who they are, regardless of their sexuality. When it comes to talking about the LGBTQ+ community, intersectionality should be considered as there are … Continue reading Pride Month 2021

Did You Think by Chloe Payne Review: “A Feel-good Break-up Song”

New and upcoming artist, Chloe Payne is a 23-year-old from Basingstoke, England. Payne has been writing and composing music for the past three years and over time has gained experience from gigs in and out of London. Payne graduated from The Academy of Contemporary Music, leaving the music school with First Class Honours. During her degree course she was able to study under Jono McNeil, … Continue reading Did You Think by Chloe Payne Review: “A Feel-good Break-up Song”

Solar Power by Lorde Review: “Sound of the Summer”

New Zealand singer/lyricist Lorde has released her first single in 4 years, and it is exactly what her fans needed entering the summer months of 2021. After a year as stressful as 2020, and months on end being trapped at home, Lorde is asking her fans to forget their tears and to join her this summer. Back in 2017 Lorde released her album Melodrama, with … Continue reading Solar Power by Lorde Review: “Sound of the Summer”

Blue Weekend by Wolf Alice Review: “The prodigious sound”

Wolf Alice are unavoidable within the British indie scene. Winning the coveted Mercury Prize back in 2018 with their second album Visions of a Life whilst also securing a Grammy nomination, the band are no strangers to producing award winning tracks. Blue Weekend begins slow. The opening track, The Beach, commences with a distant drum which transcends into a harmonic strumming layered by Ellie Rowsell’s … Continue reading Blue Weekend by Wolf Alice Review: “The prodigious sound”

Podcast – ENRG Culture Backstage

We have a podcast! Our new podcast will see different members of the ENRG Culture 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. Listen on … Continue reading Podcast – ENRG Culture 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