Our round-up of the best live photography from the past month.
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.
How to break out of the bubble: from heartbreak to success via 10 million Spotify plays, with Liverpool’s breakout guitar quartet.
The South Liverpool MC brings a thoughtful approach to the Scouse rap revolution, questioning what it means to be British in 2018.
A daring approach to musical performance is just one aspect of the activism and art of Beija Flo, one of the most ambitious artists working in the city today.
Take a look at an extended set of photos from Keith Ainsworth's feature shoot with Beija Flo
Keith Ainsworth captures the action from Manchester Collective's second show at Invisible Wind Factory
We look at the spaces where artists and makers are able to cut their teeth, thrive and create.
Craig G Pennington summarises the key conclusions from a report on the health of our city’s music infrastructure, suggesting some key points for concern.
Seven days dedicated to celebrating the spirit of independence, and the culture of live music, is a great way to start 2018 on a positive note.
The vintage cinema screen rising from the stage is one of the Philharmonic Hall’s endearing quirks. Del Pike speaks to a man who plays a key part in one of Liverpool’s great festive traditions.
The reinvention of a pair of musicians with a flair for moody atmospherics steeped in lyrical melancholia has made for one of the brighter moments of 2017 so far
Our favourite snaps from LightNight 2017
Our favourite snaps from Sound City's 10 year history. The fun starts here.
The case for a Liverpool City Music Office, run by us – the city’s music community.
Diving deep with a new musical venture that already has a loyal following of ravers
"The whole village IS the record!" Bill Ryder-Jones on how West Kirby seeps in to his sonic world.