Cath Holland explores how classic pastoral themes may come to punctuate the inner-city creativity of lockdown.
Cath Holland comments on the totemic nature of records and their ability to hold a scrapbook of experiences deep in the grooves with the music itself.
How does the social impact of the pandemic change for those on the borderline of poverty?
Picking up from Welsh Language Music day, Cath Holland traces the growing popularity of Welsh language music by speaking to those at the heart of its latest resurgence.
Cath Holland explores the physicality and form at the forefront of Beija Flo’s artistry.
From behind their unassuming Bold Street façade, the quiet heroes of WHISC have been offering advice and support to generations of Liverpool’s women.
Know Your Place anthology writer Cath Holland discusses how the literary industry treats working-class writers
Rose McGowan speaks about the #MeToo movement and the continuing impact the patriarchy is having on women's lives.
Ahead of the release of their newest album, Revolution Of Mind, Cath Bore meets with Louisa Roach to learn about her musical past, tracing that revolutionary spark which her politically infused psych-pop now burns with.
The Birkenhead based indie sensation talks to us on the eve of releasing her debut EP Made On Earth By Humans
Comedy fans are invited to 'a night of despair' at the Playhouse this week
The artist behind one of 2017’s most compelling albums expresses her desire for a more inclusive movement in the music industry.
Seven days dedicated to celebrating the spirit of independence, and the culture of live music, is a great way to start 2018 on a positive note.
Cath Bore chats with Felix Bushe of Gengahr about the ups and downs of that difficult second album syndrome before their Liverpool Music Week show
Talking teen angst and writing with honesty, Girl Ray's Poppy Hakin spoke to Cath Bore ahead of their show at EBGBS
With their adaptation of a masterpiece of post-war surrealism, award-winning theatre company Kneehigh prepare you to dance to the beat of a different drum.
The reinvention of a pair of musicians with a flair for moody atmospherics steeped in lyrical melancholia has made for one of the brighter moments of 2017 so far
Home is where the heart is: Sudanese-born singer, songwriter and ethnomusicologist Alsarah speaks about finding your roots
Tastemakers, podcasters and internet radio enthusiasts are still ga ga about radio, leading us through a sea of possibilities in an on-demand world.
Cattle & Cane talk family harmonies, songwriting and their latest release before a date at Buyers Club
Pixey perfectly encapsulates the carefree nature of youth with her uncomplicated charm and infectious blast of sunshine-fuelled guitars.
Prior to their shock departure, the boy kings spoke to us about sex, food and their sensual return to form on Boy King.
The multiinstrumentalist speaks to us about her creative processes.