LIMF Academy's Lydiah recorded an exclusive track for Bido Lito!
Photo tour diary from electronic artist LUNA's trip to Liverpool's fellow UNESCO Music City.
Live session from LIMF Academy's newest recruit Podge exclusively for Bido Lito!
Live at the Motor Museum with LIMF Academy's Most Ready artists
One of last year’s LIMF Academy Most Ready artists has started to fulfil his huge potential, with two stellar tracks already in 2019
Registration is now open for the artist development scheme
Hear the addictive new track from neo-soul vocalist and producer KYAMI
Hailing from upstate New York, this neo-soul vocalist and producer has put down roots in Liverpool since being recognised by LIMF Academy as one of 2018’s Most Ready Artists.
Stefflon Don, Wiley, Young Fathers and more are heading to the magnificent surroundings of Sefton Park for a LIMF summer jam
We catch up with the class of 2018 as they're about to embark on a 12-month long development programme
Liverpool's highly regarded artist development programme opens for applications from musicians aged 16-25
Her name may already be familiar to Merseyside music lovers, but ELEANOR NELLY’s journey to stardom is just getting started.
The Huyton-born artist channels a well of personal experience into her charged, emotional songwriting.
From performing pop songs in her living room to catching the attention of Positive Impact and LIMF Academy, futuristic RnB singer REMÉE fills us in on her story so far.
Moving from Chemistry dropout to fully-fledged jazz singer via a Paris art commune, meet one of Merseyside’s most impressive singer-songwriters.
Inside the Motor Museum with LIMF Academy Most Ready artists Gazelle, Remée and Mary Miller
XamVolo's Old Soul is given the Suedebrown treatment with this ace remix
LIMF Academy Most Ready artist Gazelle recorded live at Motor Museum for Bido Lito!
LIMF Academy Most Ready artist Mary Miller recorded live at Motor Museum for Bido Lito!
LIMF Academy stars XamVolo and Eleanor Nelly tell us more about the award-winning programme
Doing his bit to muddy those waters of genre