RON'S PLACE FEATURE | The home of outsider artist Ron Gittins has revealed itself to be a secret Wirral treasure trove RON'S PLACE LIKE THE FIRST TIME FEATURE | Our editor reports back from the shows taking place at Bramley-Moore Dock and Sefton Park LIKE THE FIRST TIME Bido Lito! Uploader NEWS | We're making it easier for artists to share their music. Bido Lito! Uploader ISSUE 114 EDITORIAL EDITORIAL | Just how close or far can anything be at one time? ISSUE 114 EDITORIAL THE CORAL FEATURE | Cath Holland sets sail for Coral Island THE CORAL BIDO LITO! SOCIAL MONKS | BIDO LITO! SOCIAL BIDO LITO! SOCIAL ISSUE 114 HOT PINK PLAYLIST | An all-you-can-eat entrée of dance-punk, electronica and psych-pop ISSUE 114 HOT PINK
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Issue 114 // PLAYLIST

ISSUE 114 HOT PINK

An all-you-can-eat entrée of dance-punk, electronica and psych-pop

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Issue 114 // FEATURE

PODGE

Niloo Sharifi delves deep into the open source identity that gives Podge’s music such soaring liberation.

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THE CORAL

On their 10th album, The Coral have never sounded so timeless – quite literally

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CRAWLERS

Riotous, emotive and informing, Daniel Ponzini steps into the explosive world of the four-piece.

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LIKE THE FIRST TIME

Live music returned to Liverpool after 14 months. What does it mean for the 21st June reopening?

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MAKING WAVES

Adam Noor highlights the essential work of the Noise Project and LIMF Academy collaboration

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STATE OF THE STUDIOS, STATE OF THE CITY

El Gray looks at the implication the closure of artist spaces in Liverpool could have on city-wide culture

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RON’S PLACE

Matthew Hogarth steps into Ron Gittins' dreamworld in an attempt to learn more about the idiosyncratic artist

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Issue 114 // SPOTLIGHT

SEAGOTH

Channelling emotion through joyous sprinkles of synth

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A LESSER VERSION

Liam Evans introduces their new project which is mushrooming into a shoegaze force

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MONDO TRASHO

Breathless surf-rock with a recording prolificacy to keep pace

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SAN PEDRO’S VISION

The psychedelia fuelled five-piece explore experiences of the mind

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HENRY JONES

Searching for the melody through Method acting songwriting

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KOKIRI

A producer and DJ of full bodied house music

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Issue 114 // PREVIEW

KATY J PEARSON

The boho’d silhouette of the Wild West Country gunslinger heads for the Mersey shores

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Issue 114 // POETRY

ISSUE 114 ARTISTIC LICENCE

A poem from Felix Mufti-Wright inspired by a youth playing The Sims and finding a simulated love in the grim reaper

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Issue 114 // FINAL SAY

ISSUE 114 FINAL SAY

Queuing endurance and crash barrier dedication, Tilly Foulkes celebrates the power of fan communities

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07 & 14 August

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15th June

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THE LAST BOHEMIAN: AUGUSTUS JOHN

Until 30th August

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BILL DRUMMOND

A Forty Minute Interview between Bill Drummond and Bido Lito! founder and publisher Craig G Pennington.

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ART OF FOOTBALL

The World Cup is coming, and the greatest football festival in the world deserves the month-long celebration of the game’s vibrant culture that is coming to Liverpool this summer.

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AKALA SPEAKS

Rapper and activist AKALA speaks to James Jackson about the plight of UK rap music, and Jeremy Corbyn’s chances of winning the General Election.

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MC FARHOOD

The Iranian rapper tells us his story, influences and plans

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