"Women’s voices are shouting louder than ever before but their autonomy is still being eroded"
The underground street art movement in an overground collision of art and politics, as seen by the People's Artist
From performing pop songs in her living room to catching the attention of Positive Impact and LIMF Academy, futuristic RnB singer REMÉE fills us in on her story so far.
The new music platform celebrates five years of supporting new artists and delivering music to the commuters of Merseyside
Find out the tunes floating the Gintis boat en route to their latest release
The Zig Zag Wanderer's legacy as a total artist is celebrated with a weekend of events exploring his multifaceted output and links to the city
Anti Social Jazz Club present a weekend of homage to the jazz café culture of Tokyo, including a celebration of the work of Cunard Yank Ritchie Barton
The enigmatic, genre-defying vocalist, songwriter and producer offers us an insight into his forthcoming debut album, still keeping his cards close to his chest.
Liverpool is fabled for its musical output - but what about film? Sam Turner investigates the organisations bolstering the city's presence on the cinematic map.
“A loose constellation of musical and non-musical sounds.” Andrew PM Hunt, the mind behind the Dialect moniker, muses on latest release Loose Blooms
CARTWHEELS ON GLASS mix dark humour and stark reality to create “manic depressive pop music”. Vocalist and guitarist Craig Sinclair gives us an insight on the world of the five-piece.
Alt-prog-pop-rock outfit BISCH NADAR blend a heady mix of genres to make “big fun, big riffs and big beats”
Homotopia takes on the theme of Liberation 50 this year with a programme reflecting on the anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Here, the team behind the festival highlight how it shouldn’t take an anniversary to shine a light on LGBT history.