ZUZU FEATURE | The Birkenhead based indie sensation talks to us ahead of releasing her debut EP Made On Earth By Humans ZUZU ISSUE 88 EDITORIAL The Merseyside Region has always been at its best when it's looking forwards and embracing change ISSUE 88 EDITORIAL THREADING IT TOGETHER FEATURE | We chat to the team behind the Fabric District vision THREADING IT TOGETHER BOTH SIDES NOW FEATURE | Brighter Sounds, Stealing Sheep and seeking gender balance in the music industry BOTH SIDES NOW SOUND CITY 2018 Check out all the action at this year's festival on our dedicated Sound City 2018 section SOUND CITY 2018 PEACE FEATURE | The Sound City headliners and B-town pioneers have transcended their darlings of the indie scene image PEACE
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Issue 88 // EDITORIAL

ISSUE 88 EDITORIAL

Editor Christopher Torpey on the spirit of change and the region's appetite for cultural renaissance

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Issue 88 // FEATURE

ZUZU

The Birkenhead based indie sensation talks to us on the eve of releasing her debut EP Made On Earth By Humans

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Issue 88 // FEATURE

JORDAN STEPHENS

The Rizzle Kicks singer talks toxic masculinity and mental health ahead of his WOWFest appearance

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Online // PREVIEW

SALOME

Banned in the UK and US on its release over a century ago, the power struggles depicted in SALOME still seethe with pressing relevance.

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Issue 88 // FEATURE

BOTH SIDES NOW

With the help of Stealing Sheep music charity Brighter Sound are actively seeking change in gender balance throughout the music industry

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Issue 88 // FEATURE

IT WILL NEVER WORK

As a retrospective celebrating their 25 years of radical regeneration projects hits RIBA North we talk to Urban Splash co-founder Tom Bloxham

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Online // SOUND CITY 2018

SOUND CITY 2018

Ahead of the festval's return to the city in May, we preview all of the action coming to the Baltic Triangle on our dedicated Sound City 2018 section.

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WYE OAK

Over the past 10 years, the US duo have consistently produced sweeping, guitar-driven albums, but it’s their latest synth-indebted release that sees them head to Sound City riding a wave of fresh critical acclaim.

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ISSUE 88 FINAL SAY

James Rice, a Pulp Idol winner at Writing On The Wall, talks about the importance of access to the world of publishing for people who are outside of the industry’s London-centric focus.

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NICK ELLIS

Mellowtone @ Ullet Road Unitarian Church
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SHAME

Harvest Sun @ District
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LEE ‘SCRATCH’ PERRY

Ceremony Concerts @ Arts Club
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GIRLI

I Love Live Events @ Sound Basement
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HORSEMAN

Positive Vibration @ District
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Issue 72 // Feature

ZUZU

Upcoming Indie starlet Zuzu talks through what brought her back to our shores, current projects and supporting Courtney Bartnett

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CULTURAL COLLATERAL: THE BRIT AWARDS

How representative are today's BRIT Awards of contemporary UK music?

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Issue 85 // SPOTLIGHT

KING HANNAH

Hannah Merrick is revelling in her band’s development into a growly, country-tinged rock outfit – and so are we.

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MEINE NACHT

Static Gallery
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Issue 58 // FEATURE

JACKSON POLLOCK: BLIND SPOTS

Chance, accidents, directness and improvisation: a look at the work of one of the greats of contemporary art.

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Issue 75 // FEATURE

ALTERNATIVE FACTS

Craig G Pennington asks Professor David Garcia why we need to become ‘the opposition party'