Editor Christopher Torpey praises those giving voice to the working class at a time when our notions of class structures are more fractured than ever.
Editor Christopher Torpey weighs the value of nostalgia against the need to look to the future with an open mind, and finds that a balance needs to be struck between the two.
A six-piece whose increasingly impressive body of work broods about the state we find our world in, and seethes with threatening, infectious post-punk energy.
Mehmet’s distinctive voice has become a beloved feature of the city, but his background in performing in his native Bulgaria is more suited to prestigious surroundings than busking on the street. Christopher Torpey traces the story of The Bard Of Bold Street.
Editor Christopher Torpey muses on the spaces dedicated to music and creativity, how we should value them and create the conditions for even more spaces to flourish
The underground street art movement in an overground collision of art and politics, as seen by the People's Artist
Editor Christopher Torpey looks to the peeling artefacts on the walls of our city to decipher its cultural history
Editor Christopher Torpey believes we must also take more care over our cultural legacy, or we’ll be doomed to repeats of the Hope And Glory fiasco
Editor Christopher Torpey discusses how places shape their inhabitants (and vice versa), as well as the impending return of The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu
All We Are are back with a brash, punchy record built on their experiences of society’s turmoil
Editor Christopher Torpey reflects on recent events and the need for community
Too many festivals and not enough bands or punters to go round – or an industry receptive to trialling new schemes that benefit the wider music community?
Editor Christopher Torpey muses on the passage of time ahead of a whirlwind summer of music and culture in Liverpool
A discussion on the limitations of language and finding space to be yourself, with Ninja Tune’s new prince of electro dub.
Don’t Stop – constant forward progress is the order of the day with Liverpool’s blooming cosmic surfer.
Christopher Torpey explores the humour and value in music tourism in Liverpool
Welcome to the new look Bido Lito!
Humanity is a complex beast, which shouldn’t be straitjacketed by boiling our broad spectrum of beliefs into a choice between one side or another.
It started with the diary of James Darlington in Charnock Richard, and ended in a cathartic, glorious new Baltic Fleet album; Christopher Torpey meets Paul Fleming to discover how
BidoLito! et al aims to raise £4000 through #Guestlistgiving for the Liverpudlian homeless.
Doing his bit to muddy those waters of genre