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Issue 110 // FEATURE

AMINA ATIQ

Through her poetry, performance and activism, Amina Atiq has emerged as one of Liverpool's most essential voices.

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Issue 110 // PLAYLIST

ISSUE 110 HOT PINK!

Hannah's Little Sister, Crapsons, François and more added to Hot Pink! this month

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Issue 110 // EDITORIAL

ISSUE 110 EDITORIAL

Editor Elliot Ryder recalls his most recent memories of live music before the indefinite Covid-19 hiatus

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Issue 110 // FEATURE

PLAYING IN

The second report from our musicians’ survey carried out with The University of Liverpool

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Issue 110 // FEATURE

JACQUES MALCHANCE

Mike Stanton goes stargazing with the producer, DJ and promoter.

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DANCING IN THE DISTANCE

Mary Olive explores the essence of dancing and communality, an integral aspect of our lives which is yet to return

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Issue 110 // FEATURE

BYE LOUIS

Kieran Callanan considers the importance of ownership and the unique characteristics of every piece of music

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MAKING THE CASE FOR SMALL SPACES

Underscoring the importance of protecting small venues and the artistic communities that grow out of their existence

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Issue 110 // FEATURE

THE QUEER COMMUNITY IS RESILIENT AND THRIVING

Jack Ryder finds the city’s alternative queer scene is happily contorting to fit the parameters of the digital sphere.

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Issue 110 // SPOTLIGHT

QUEEN YUE

Embodying an historical Chinese empress, Queen Yue is here to turn heads on the UK drill scene

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Issue 110 // SPOTLIGHT

OSTRICH

The five-piece strut onto the scene ready to test neck muscles with a charming groove

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Issue 110 // SPOTLIGHT

TORTURE AND THE DESERT SPIDERS

Anna Kunz’s creative vessel is carving a fresh edge into Liverpool’s DIY punk scene

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Issue 110 // PREVIEW

DON MCCULLIN

The esteemed photographer talks social conflicts ahead of a new retrospective showing at Tate Liverpool

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Issue 110 // FEATURE

ISSUE 110 ARTISTIC LICENCE

This month’s creative writing is by Sam Batley, a collection of work characterised by self-inquisition and honesty.

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Issue 110 // FINAL SAY

ISSUE 110 FINAL SAY

Emma Stewart from LCR Pride Foundation outlines the importance of using the correct pronouns.

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