A rebel with a cause and a voice to inspire a nation. Emel Mathlouthi’s strident music is charged with emotion and political invective that resonates across the globe.
A social commentator who brings a dash of nu soul goodness to Liverpool hip hop, along with an unflinching lyrical honesty.
Artists and curators of the Liverpool Biennial pick tracks to respond to this year's theme, Beautiful world, where are you?
PREVIEW | WNMC and Get It Loud In Libraries team up to bring witty NYC rockers Bodega to Birkenhead Library
Gallery documenting Stealing Sheep's spectacular performance art commission
Pulling on specific strands of our shared heritage, festivals such as Positive Vibration and Liverpool Arab Arts Festival give us the opportunity to focus on the finer details of our city’s rich cultural tapestry.
THE CORAL and TIM BURGESS & THE ANYTIME MINUTES will headline this year's festival at Leasowe Castle
Liverpool's highly regarded artist development programme opens for applications from musicians aged 16-25
Liverpool's festival of African and Caribbean culture and music adds two international female solo artists, MAREMA and LURA, to the line-up
Sound City's Innovation Partner are gearing up to flex their creative muscles once again at this year's festival
We look ahead to the swathe of activity coming to the Baltic Triangle in May as Sound City returns to the heart of the city.
Join the Orchestra Of Syrian Musicians, members of the Philharmonic Orchestra, Damon Albarn and Mounir Troudi for a celebration of unity and multiculturalism
We speak to artist Emma Smith whose innovative Bluecoat exhibition explores the relationship between communication and music
Sound City announces 150 more artists and official afterparty with Greg Wilson
Director Todd Kipp discusses his new documentary about the Merseybeat group The Big Three
When it opened in 2003 it was the first new arts centre to be built in Liverpool in 60 years; today, FACT is a central pillar of the city’s thriving arts community. Maya Jones considers how this futuristic building sparked a generation of experimentation in film, art and media.
Stealing Sheep are looking for local female percussionists to help create a performance in tribute to the Suffragettes.
Her name may already be familiar to Merseyside music lovers, but ELEANOR NELLY’s journey to stardom is just getting started.
How representative are today's BRIT Awards of contemporary UK music?
Mugstar explore the relationship between visuals and audio with a meditation on isolation and loss