Editor-in-Chief Christopher Torpey points to the recent report about Eurpscepticism as proof that fostering unity rather than division is what fuels positivity.
This affecting songwriter’s bathtub melancholia has connected with a swarm of online fans who’ve found solace in his lilting dreamadelica.
A BBC Music Day event looks at mental wellness in the the modern music industry
Classic Americana songwriting is baked into the soul of this Mersey wanderer, which results in a satisfying payoff for an album that’s been more than three years in the making.
For the last four years, Comics Youth, a Liverpool City Region social enterprise, has been helping young people write their own stories, with the next chapter focusing on the lives of the marginalised.
This North Wales artist has caught the ear of Merseyside label Mai 68 with his idiosyncratic, soulful dream hop
Sound Station is open to all musicians plying their trade on Merseyside
Matt Hogarth of Eggy Records reflects on a cultural exchange that saw a bit of Liverpool transplanted to Russia and a creative community on the banks of the Volga.
The Podfather opens up about the art of subversiveness, and how far his podcasting fame might take him.
Iranian poet Vahid Davar considers the inherent sacrifice that migration demands in an extract taken from his dissertation looking at language and belonging.
Britain’s most decorated Olympian opens up about the roots of his cycling obsession
Future-pop auteur Natalie McCool reveals some of the tracks that inspired her new single, Someone Nue
The Open Door Centre and Merseyrail Sound Station team up with local musicians for BBC Music Day.