Editor-in-Chief Christopher Torpey pays tribute to Tony Butler, a true pillar of Liverpool's music community
Matt Hogarth talks death, emotions and juggling a nine-to-five with Liverpool-based rising stars, experimental alt.rockers SPQR.
We spend an afternoon with a rising star whose choice releases have already established her as an intriguing presence
Right now, absolutely everyone is going mental for Shit Indie Disco, brought to us by the industrious twins Nic and Sean Ryan.
Ahead of the release of their newest album, Revolution Of Mind, Cath Bore meets with Louisa Roach to learn about her musical past, tracing that revolutionary spark which her politically infused psych-pop now burns with.
Conal Cunningham investigates how the evils of ticket touts and capitalism thwarted his attempts to see Paul McCartney live
Jamie Carragher catches up with a man who was there at the start of the Now That’s What I Call Music! chronicle.
A poetic storyteller with an arresting visual aesthetic. You’ll be hearing more from Daniel Boocock
Irish-born multidisciplinary artist Eimear Kavanagh has unfinished business in Liverpool, before a month-long residency in Iceland
Thrashy and punky and with a whole lot to say: Dom and Esme from brand new quartet PISS KITTI tell us what’s in their manifesto.
Conor O’Brien’s inventive folk-pop outfit deal with faith and in a typically disarming and confessional manner
Shouty, punky and funky, Warmduscher are a collection of misfits who are not only keeping the spirit of The Fall alive, they’re also the best band you’ve not yet heard. For now...
MERSEY WYLIE selects some of the influential artists and sounds that she had in mind when recording new EP, The Skin I Live In.
Matty Loughlin-Day explains why he is invoking his deep-seated spirit of protest in the fight for Rimrose Valley's future