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Issue 46

July 2014

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July 2014 issue - out now

The sun is in the air and World Cup fever has taken hold at Bido HQ, and that's what has fuelled our July 2014 issue. Looming on this month's front cover is a Liverpool landmark that stands at the centre of our noisy city - ST LUKES BOMBED OUT CHURCH. With its future under a cloud after a development bid tabled and possible constrictions over its ability to play amplified music, the iconic venue's licence holders have announced plans to raise money for its upkeep and maintenance by launching a Crowdfunder campaign - all as part of a wider strategy to develop it as a Conservation Trust and eventually become independent of Liverpool council's financial help. We urge you to back the campaign, if you like your city to be place where stuff is made, not just where stuff happens. STRANGE COLLECTIVE have blown us away with their freewheeling, frenetic live performances of late, so we thought we'd catch up with the noisy quartet; Dave Tate found them in mysterious form. Dubby production duos are springing up left, right and centre at the moment, and the latest to take over the blogosphere are UNKNWN, aka Chris Hanna and Gemma Dunleavy. Laurie Cheeseman caught up with Chris to talk about the dark arts of being UNKNWN and not being unknown. Greg Wilson is an unstoppable DJ and producer, even if he did have 20 years off. His latest project is the multimedia label SUPER WEIRD SUBSTANCE, where he locked horns again with Paul 'Kermit' Leveridge by bringing Blind Arcade to the nation's ears. Josh Ray sat down with Greg to find out more about the amazing story. X&Y Festival returns in April with yet another winning line-up. Canadians HALF MOON RUN will be headling the Liverpool Guild of Students event, and via some communication difficulties, Joshua Potts spoke to the band's Conner Molander about where they're going from here. The reviews section once again shows that it's been a fiery old gigging time in Liverpool of late, featuring reviews of ACTION BRONSON, FUTURE ISLANDS, BO NINGEN, TOUMANI & SIDIKI DIABATE, SPEEDY ORTIZ, THE VIPER 100 SPECTACULAR and plenty more thank you very much.

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