OMD's Andy McCluskey talks Wirral origins, the importance of Eric's and a DIY approach
As we head into our second century of editions, we wanted to learn about our own carbon footprint and what we can do to minimise it.
In celebration of reaching our century, we are casting our minds forwards to see what the cultural landscape might look like when our 200th issue lands.
As our city evaluates the impact of 2008, Craig G Pennington asks whether we need to rethink the way we invest in culture.
Music, cycling and discovery: a journey across the globe with Total Bike Forever in search of the Golden Muse.
“I want to communicate with the language of my time.” 12 hours in Liverpool with a strident new voice in the global game of cosmic funk.
The news of Constellations’ closure, Craig G Pennington believes, is an opportunity for us to cast off the comfort blanket of protest, and a chance to take matters into our own hands.
Bido Lito! Editor-In-Chief Craig G Pennington reflects on Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram’s announcement of the establishment of a Liverpool City Region Music Board.
Songkick and Expedia’s latest research throws up some fascinating trends about live music across the world - Craig G Pennington chisels away at the data compiled for 2017.
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-in-Chief Craig G Pennington digs deep into the findings from our Liverpool, Music City? consultation to find plenty of civic pride
Where does the time go? We look ahead to the annual culture crawl by speaking with the artist behind a beautifully time-sensitive audio installation.
Craig G Pennington finds there's lots on offer in the Baltic capital, from off-the-wall hip hop to Dutch indie darlings
The case for a Liverpool City Music Office, run by us – the city’s music community.
Craig G Pennington asks Professor David Garcia why we need to become ‘the opposition party'
Footprints in the Sand: tales of Jackson C Frank with Liverpool's heartfelt, Drake-ian maestros