Editor Christopher Torpey sees the city as the perfect canvas for great art and great artists to be showcased
The South Liverpool MC brings a thoughtful approach to the Scouse rap revolution, questioning what it means to be British in 2018.
“It’s good to confront people’s expectations.” Guy McKnight of The DSM IV talks to Sam Turner about fame, mental health and mullets.
From Toxteth Yutez to Grime Of The Earth, RUGZ DELETE talks to Iona Fazer about keeping alive the Scouse spirit of poetic wordsmithery.
Stefflon Don, Wiley, Young Fathers and more are heading to the magnificent surroundings of Sefton Park for a LIMF summer jam
We catch up with the class of 2018 as they're about to embark on a 12-month long development programme
Three decades ago the grand old art institution took root in Liverpool and helped bring about a sea change in the way we view art and culture in the city. Here’s to 30 more years.
Beautiful world, where are you? asks the 10th Biennial. In the latest in her Arts Central series, Julia Johnson looks at how a sense of location and time are rooted in the work of an artist from Dagestan, which can help us reflect on our own place in the world.
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.
The sultry groovester gives us some insight into the sounds that influenced his new Suburban View EP.
A social commentator who brings a dash of nu soul goodness to Liverpool hip hop, along with an unflinching lyrical honesty.
Runcorn’s latest rock rabble rousers are on the kind of march that makes them difficult to ignore. In their case, ignorance is definitely not bliss.
Patrick Kirk-Smith of Independents Biennial 2018 argues that it’s the boroughs of the city region where we should be enjoying art as much as the city centre.