Stitching together colourful fragmented samples, Someperson is on an experimental journey through a lush array of soul and jazz.
The annual festival will return digitally this July with a plethora of online programming.
Liverpool Band Vans' Doug Wood believes the answers will be gained through looking inward
New initiative looks to bring music communities around the world together
Ambulating from the shadows, we reconnect with Ragz ahead of her new single; a confession to which the Norwegian songstress expresses her most vulnerable emotions.
DJ Holmesy's Freetown set at Africa Oyé 2019; weekly Oyé Vibe DJ sessions with Melodic Distraction.
On Paul Rafferty’s 30th birthday, the name of an imaginary band appeared in his head. Nine years down the line and the band are finally ready to play.
There's no stopping Merseyside musicians from releasing some great tunes over the last few months. This week we've added something hot and fresh from The Mysterines, Seatbelts and Little Grace.
The lockdown has indisputably protected millions, but what is the fate for those who were vulnerable and hidden away to begin with?
Ahead of an appearance at WOWfest Lockdown, Julia Johnson speaks to non-binary Arabic drag artist and writer Amrou Al-Kadhi about their performance art and autobiographical account, Unicorn.
Cath Holland comments on the totemic nature of records and their ability to hold a scrapbook of experiences deep in the grooves with the music itself.
How does the social impact of the pandemic change for those on the borderline of poverty?
Now is when we’ll know which voices we truly rely on for cultural navigation and information.
We speak to screenwriter and author Jeff Young about Liverpool’s architectural trajectory and the uncertain future of stories.
Meet the teenage virtuoso concocting a signature blend of contemporary RnB and spiritual Afrobeat.
Tom Doubtfire talks to the organisers behind the newly opened launderette to gauge how mass-collaboration can positively affect the community
Furniture and a brilliant mind made for the perfect ingredients in the making of the prolific Welsh songwriter’s new album.
A Forty Minute Interview between Bill Drummond and Bido Lito! founder and publisher Craig G Pennington.