Satire and psychobilly in West Derby: how to turn Britain’s crumbling façade into high art via a darkly comedic filter.
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.
“I want to communicate with the language of my time.” 12 hours in Liverpool with a strident new voice in the global game of cosmic funk.
When it opened in 2003 it was the first new arts centre to be built in Liverpool in 60 years; today, FACT is a central pillar of the city’s thriving arts community. Maya Jones considers how this futuristic building sparked a generation of experimentation in film, art and media.
Photographer Robin Clewley gives us a tour around the fascinating Wood Street building in this FACT At 15 Gallery
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.
XamVolo headed up stellar line-up of artists for the final Bido Lito! Social of the year with Outsiders Store
The enigmatic, genre-defying vocalist, songwriter and producer offers us an insight into his forthcoming debut album, still keeping his cards close to his chest.
Watch the second part of All We Are's documentary on identity, focusing on Liverpool and their relation to it
Bringing together a perfect storm of sass, glam, punk and drag, QUEEN ZEE AND THE SASSTONES are the most essential band in Merseyside.
All We Are are back with a brash, punchy record built on their experiences of society’s turmoil
Our favourite snaps from Sound City's 10 year history. The fun starts here.
LIMF Academy stars XamVolo and Eleanor Nelly tell us more about the award-winning programme
Your latest Scandimania obsession is here, in the form of the pastoral float folk of this Norwegian trio
Damon Fairclough catches up with legendary composer Steve Reich to discuss how the brilliant Different Trains all came together
We catch up the Nik Glover and co ahead of debut album The Merry Monarch
Doing his bit to muddy those waters of genre