A BBC Music Day event looks at mental wellness in the the modern music industry
Live Editor Elliot Ryder sings the praises of the collective as a way of getting through challenging times
Ambre Levy meets the trio behind the joyous, socially conscious club night that's changing the way Liverpool parties
Take a listen to a relentless thundering blues rocker made for our times
Richard Lewis talks to the latest orchestrators of Mersey moshpits about their infectious hybrid sound, as jagged as its birthplace in the nowhere-land of Runcorn
Sound Station is open to all musicians plying their trade on Merseyside
An old Conservative club brought to life with DIY energy and joyful musical programming
Aimée Steven’s warming, Gallic stylings portray sad stories of modern life soundtracked by edgy guitars
King Khan returns with a brand-new album from another of his highly flammable rock ’n’ roll outfits.
What to expect from the inaugural Birkenhead festival, headlined by Bill Ryder-Jones and Anna Calvi.
The Open Door Centre and Merseyrail Sound Station team up with local musicians for BBC Music Day.
An instant classic, Yawn is the fourth LP by Bill Ryder-Jones – a lush, disarming album that finds the Bard of West Kirby in the form of his life.
Combining new wave synths and serrated guitar, Hannah Rodgers is careering towards the top with tales of Small Mercies in the age of anxiety