The Bido Lito! Social returns this March to the newly spruced up Zanzibar
“The danger with dancing to your own tune is that you need regular outside input to know if that tune is any good”
The trio have broken through the liminal spaces of everyday travel and escaped atop their own Disco Volador.
Gary Lambert speaks to the five-piece metalcore band who’ve caught the attention of Deftones with their genre-defiant second album
Graciously falling through the atmosphere with a dream-like aura, LUNA returns home with tales from her most searching celestial journey to date.
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.
Chris and Kaya Herstad Carney talk about the can-do togetherness at the heart of the Threshold family, which culminates with their festival’s final outing in April.
Singer-songwriter Charlie McKeon guides us through the nostalgic fields of his latest album, Sweet Remedies, released under the pseudonym THE PISTACHIO KID
Julia Johnson reports back on the attitudes toward Liverpool as destination for practising artists, not just a destination to exhibit established art.
Liverpool Band Vans’ Doug Wood picks out a selection of songs that have been a source of inspiration to him on long journeys on the road.
Meet the Liverpool post-punk four-piece leading a charge against socio-political norms, with lashings of cowbell.
Delectable, sun-kissed indie pop quartet rolling steady with the Mersey waves.
Warped glam rock and serrated psych emerges from the fingertips of this idiosyncratic songwriter.
Mezzo-soprano Julia Mintzer talks about portraying historical roles with contemporary feminist influences.
Joel Hansen of Britain’s longest-running community newspaper, Scottie Press, argues for a greater engagement with community journalism.