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.
Editor Christopher Torpey muses on the spaces dedicated to music and creativity, how we should value them and create the conditions for even more spaces to flourish
We speak to FACT's Ana Botella about the origins of Under Cinema, a new exhibition from artist, film maker and performer Wu Tsang
We peer behind the curtain on In Response To... Alphonse Mucha, a series of songs spawned from viewing the Art Nouveau master's work
Making waves in the biggest of arenas can be a hard slog, but for this 19-year-old RnB vocalist, success at the highest level comes as naturally as breathing.
Bold Street Coffee hosts the first UK showing of photographer Katy Lane’s new collection of intimate portraits, offering a candid look at the lives of The Brian Jonestown Massacre and their collaborators.
Celestial duo Pure Joy return with an epic, 13-minute space voyage single, released on War Room Records
We look at the Bluecoats central role in Liverpool's cultural landscape
Moving from Chemistry dropout to fully-fledged jazz singer via a Paris art commune, meet one of Merseyside’s most impressive singer-songwriters.
We chat with SUB BLUE about his forthcoming EP, Suburban View, as well as what inspires his own brand of introspective RnB.
Grime is a DIY genre that has been forging its own path for over a decade - do we have a modern musical revolution in our midst?