Live Editor Elliot Ryder ponders the long-lasting effects of 2008's giant footsteps
An instant classic, Yawn is the fourth LP by Bill Ryder-Jones – a lush, disarming album that finds the Bard of West Kirby in the form of his life.
From rapping about cups of tea to destroying his identity through an alias, Jamie Broad has been leading the Scouse rap scene from the front.
Searching for collective joy in the far-out left: Elliot Ryder pitches up at The World Transformed.
Caitlin Whittle reports on the most exciting and fearless performance event happening in Liverpool today.
Opening doors and making connections: how an innovative new artist development programme is helping some of the region's finest musicians.
Del Pike delves into the sonic world of The Prince Of Puke, unearthing some trashy, bubblegum pop gems.
Force of nature and head of Merseyside Dance Initiative for 25 years, Karen Gallagher, reflects on dance as a force for good in our world and our city.
Reclaiming a Scouse stereotype – Amy Czarnecki argues that the Scouse Prin has overtaken the casual as today’s iconic Liverpool look.
The electronic quartet take us to the dancefloor to shed some light on the music that inspired their pulsating new album.
The avant jazz reconstructivists talk to us about the hauntological sound they’ve hit upon with their new EP, Sunspots.
We challenge you not to be smitten by the storytelling nous of this artist with inventive lyricism
Bask in the sweet and calming waters of chill-out lounge pop with this synth whizzkid
Stand still long enough and you’ll be bowled over by the boundless energy of this Madrid quartet. Better keep running.
Ahead of the former Arab Strap man’s show with current collaborator RM Hubbert, we asked Gintis' Carl Roberts to chat with him about his latest work.
The team from the Musician's Union explain why they’re calling for protection of the rights of creative workers in a post-Brexit world.