Editor-in-Chief Christopher Torpey looks at why 'toxic' is 2018's deserving Word of the Year, and what we should do to change the nature of the debate.
The Scouse pop star shows that her bouncebackability is as formidable as her skills as she prepares an assault on the upper echelons of the charts.
Niloo Sharifi’s ode to L8 explores how the area is now the envy of top-down civic regeneration schemes the world over.
As our city evaluates the impact of 2008, Craig G Pennington asks whether we need to rethink the way we invest in culture.
The indie jazz super-group may be new on the scene, but they are by no means newbies, coming together in an effervescent commingling of talent.
Trance sybaritism in a shipping container – Evian Christ pilots a 50-person party through smoke and strobes that is both communal rave and personal hedonism.
Varaidzo illustrates some of the people from Liverpool’s historic black community that she feels should not just be celebrated during Black History Month.
ROOT-ed Zine co-founder Amber Akaunu profiles Kiara Mohamed in a touching and honest interview
Liverpool musician Dan Astles shares his experiences of playing shows within UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network
The producer and electronicist reveals some of the beats and sounds that inspired her new single, 5am.
Brad sits down with us and talks Jack Kerouac, Marvin Gaye and his new EP, Eternal Slowdown.
You may be more used to seeing her behind a drumkit with Pale Rider, but Sophie Thompson’s talent with her guitar and voice is just as formidable.
This Ormskirk native’s lush music has caught the attention of The Label Recordings.
Captured Tracks’ Americana raconteur on moving to Texas and finding her songwriting voice.
Exclusive premiere of The Remy Jude Ensemble's first release, a visual EP in four parts in association with Leech Video