Elliot Ryder asks whether the dream of Liverpool as a contemporary music city is still intact
The end of year annual offers the question why is music important to you with a mixture of features, illustrations and opinion
Newly added sizzling selections featuring King Hannah, Samurai Kip, MC Nelson, Ana Mae + More
Providing a new, accessible means for making communities' messages seen and heard
Ashleigh Nugent speaks about his work in the criminal justice system, the inspiration for his novel, Locks
How has 2020 affected artists' perceptions of self worth and value in the midst of the pandemic?
Stephanie Gavan speaks to visual artist Nick Smith about locating the mythical nature in pride of place
Elements of math rock, post rock and jazz stitched together by sincere stabs of trumpet
The DJ and bar-queen of 24 Kitchen Street talks about the magnetism of techno
Five years on from their last release we catch up with band leader Craig Sinclair and chat about a new EP
Through her poetry, performance and activism, Amina Atiq has emerged as one of Liverpool's most essential voices.
Cath Holland explores the physicality and form at the forefront of Beija Flo’s artistry.
The Scouse pop star shows that her bouncebackability is as formidable as her skills as she prepares an assault on the upper echelons of the charts.
Craig G Pennington summarises the key conclusions from a report on the health of our city’s music infrastructure, suggesting some key points for concern.
Niloo Sharifi’s ode to L8 explores how the area is now the envy of top-down civic regeneration schemes the world over.