Through her poetry, performance and activism, Amina Atiq has emerged as one of Liverpool's most essential voices.
Hannah's Little Sister, Crapsons, François and more added to Hot Pink! this month
Editor Elliot Ryder recalls his most recent memories of live music before the indefinite Covid-19 hiatus
The second report from our musicians’ survey carried out with The University of Liverpool
Mike Stanton goes stargazing with the producer, DJ and promoter.
Mary Olive explores the essence of dancing and communality, an integral aspect of our lives which is yet to return
Kieran Callanan considers the importance of ownership and the unique characteristics of every piece of music
Underscoring the importance of protecting small venues and the artistic communities that grow out of their existence
Jack Ryder finds the city’s alternative queer scene is happily contorting to fit the parameters of the digital sphere.
Embodying an historical Chinese empress, Queen Yue is here to turn heads on the UK drill scene
The five-piece strut onto the scene ready to test neck muscles with a charming groove
Anna Kunz’s creative vessel is carving a fresh edge into Liverpool’s DIY punk scene
The esteemed photographer talks social conflicts ahead of a new retrospective showing at Tate Liverpool
This month’s creative writing is by Sam Batley, a collection of work characterised by self-inquisition and honesty.
Emma Stewart from LCR Pride Foundation outlines the importance of using the correct pronouns.
This affecting songwriter’s bathtub melancholia has connected with a swarm of online fans who’ve found solace in his lilting dreamadelica.
Matt Hogarth talks death, emotions and juggling a nine-to-five with Liverpool-based rising stars, experimental alt.rockers SPQR.
Moving from Chemistry dropout to fully-fledged jazz singer via a Paris art commune, meet one of Merseyside’s most impressive singer-songwriters.