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

Edinburgh Tattoo cancelled due to COVID pandemic

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has been cancelled for the second year in a row.  Event organisers say the financial risks around delivering the event during a time of uncertainty, were too great. With public health policies subject to change and the possibility of a last-minute cancellation, event organisers concluded that it would be “irresponsible” to go ahead with the event.  Chief Executive Buster Howes … Continue reading Edinburgh Tattoo cancelled due to COVID pandemic

Top Picks of April – Film/TV

As much as I’m excited about the upcoming easing of lockdown restrictions, I’m going to miss the time I have spent in front of my TV. So maybe this is why over the last month and a half, I’ve spent a dizzying amount of time consuming content like it’s March 2020 all over again. From the old and new of Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney Plus, and … Continue reading Top Picks of April – Film/TV

And the nominees are… A look at this year’s Golden Globe nominations

The nominations for the 78th Golden Globe Awards have officially been announced commencing the Hollywood award season. Six-time Golden Globe winner, Sarah Jessica Parker and fellow Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson announced the nominations virtually, another amusing signage of the Covid Pandemic. The best director nominees this year scream empowerment with women dominating a category that historically has been run by men. Of the … Continue reading And the nominees are… A look at this year’s Golden Globe nominations

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

Interview with Scottish photographer Chris Schieritz

I had the fantastic opportunity to get in touch with Scottish photographer, Chris Schieritz. A digital genius that uses his free time showcase the beauty that Scotland has to offer. Schieritz is a 26-year-old cinematographer and photographer from Falkirk, like most people he works full time to support himself and his love for cinematography. Currently Schieritz uses social media to exhibit his work, on certain … Continue reading Interview with Scottish photographer Chris Schieritz

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

Anticipation rises for Dua Lipa’s Futrure Nostalgia 2021 tour

The Don’t Start Now singer recently announced her Future Nostalgia national and international tour. As her tour was meant to take place this year, the star was determined to publish 2021 dates. Her fans have already taken their reactions to twitter, being excited to watch the singer live is a clear understatement. Not only has she made it up to her fans for cancelling shows … Continue reading Anticipation rises for Dua Lipa’s Futrure Nostalgia 2021 tour

BTS Grammy Nomination Sparks Discussion of K-pop Category

January 31st of 2021. A date marked down by fans of K-Pop group BTS as they wait in anticipation for the night. The annual Grammy Awards had announced their nominees for each category and fans of the K-Pop group had been nothing but prouder to see that BTS had been shortlisted as a possible winner under Best Pop Duo / Group Performance with their 2020 … Continue reading BTS Grammy Nomination Sparks Discussion of K-pop Category

Grammys 2021, showcasing talent & stolen nominations.

As the Grammys 2021 ceremony has been announced to take place on the 31st January next year, along side the statement the long awaited nomination list has been published. Like most years the list has caused both excitement and uproar, fans and artists every year learn who will be awarded and who didn’t do enough. With 2020 being a chaotic year due to a global … Continue reading Grammys 2021, showcasing talent & stolen nominations.