EDITORIAL Editor-in-Chief Christopher Torpey believes change prevents us from becoming prisoners of history EDITORIAL THE VRYLL SOCIETY FEATURE | Liverpool’s astral voyagers justify their confident swagger with a cosmic debut album THE VRYLL SOCIETY RIOT DAYS FEATURE | Described as “the greatest punk show in the world”, PUSSY RIOT’s new performance is revolutionary RIOT DAYS LIMF 2018 PREVIEW | Young Fathers and Stefflon Don are among the starts heading to the Sefton Park for a summer jam LIMF 2018 ONE WOMAN SHOW FEATURE | Josh Ray catches up with DAISY ERIS CAMPBELL as she shoulders her father’s legacy in a new play ONE  WOMAN  SHOW  TINY RUINS PREVIEW | Hollie Fullbrook’s blues-tinged storytelling is rooted the in the environment that has nurtured her TINY RUINS
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Issue 91 // EDITORIAL

ISSUE 91 EDITORIAL

Editor-in-Chief Christopher Torpey embraces the winds of change, as we welcome three new members to our editorial team

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Issue 91 // FEATURE

THE VRYLL SOCIETY

Liverpool’s astral voyagers on a debut album that extends their cosmic trip into regions of experimental discovery

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PUSSY RIOT – RIOT DAYS

Immortalised through their public acts of defiance and revered by revolutionaries across the globe, PUSSY RIOT’s current tour is a revolutionary piece of theatre and music.

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NEW BRIGHTON REVISITED

From The Last Resort to Looking For Love: New Brighton through the lenses of three of the most widely revered contemporary British photographers.

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MELODIC DISTRACTION

Liverpool locked in: the internet radio station embracing the ethos of pirate broadcasts in going 24-hour.

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Issue 91 // FINAL SAY

ISSUE 91 FINAL SAY

The news of Constellations’ closure, Craig G Pennington believes, is an opportunity for us to cast off the comfort blanket of protest, and a chance to take matters into our own hands.

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Issue 90 // PREVIEW

LIMF 2018

Stefflon Don, Wiley, Young Fathers and more are heading to the magnificent surroundings of Sefton Park for a LIMF summer jam

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Issue 91 // SPOTLIGHT

YANK SCALLY

One of the city’s most underrated sound designers, YANK SCALLY’s experimental pop is a result of a joyous musical obsession that’s as inspiring as it is uplifting.

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TABLE SCRAPS

The Birmingham-based heavy garage trio talk about originality and why they feel at home on Merseyside.

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REVIEWS
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LIVERPOOL CALLING 2018

Various Venues
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KATY PERRY

Echo Arena
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BODEGA

Get It Loud In Libraries @ Birkenhead Library
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ROGER WATERS

Echo Arena
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RAKHI + KATYA

Manchester Collective @ Invisible Wind Factory
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DAUWD

Wide Open @ The Reeds
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THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS

O2 Academy
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BEACH SKULLS

Harvest Sun @ Shipping Forecast
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PSYCHO COMEDY

Welcome To Smashville @ The Royal Standard
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Online // VIDEO PREMIERE

BEACH SKULLS VIDEO PREMIERE

Feast your eyes on the latest video, Sacred Citrus from Beach Skulls

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Issue 91 // SPOTLIGHT

ANNEXE THE MOON

With a revolving line-up of members, this troupe of jangly psych-poppers turn their collective sunny disposition into insanely catchy gems. The group’s two core members take a break from their efforts to tell us what makes them tick.

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Issue 91 // SPOTLIGHT

HANNAH AND THE WICK EFFECT

Square-peg indie? Saturn punk? Spiky riot girl meets Veruca Salt? Whichever way you choose to describe Hannah Brown’s music, you’ll not be disappointed with its ability to make you feel.

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Online // Gallery

LIMF ACADEMY MOST READY ARTISTS

Inside the Motor Museum with LIMF Academy Most Ready artists Gazelle, Remée and Mary Miller

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Issue 90 // FEATURE

ARTS CENTRAL – BIENNIAL

Beautiful world, where are you? asks the 10th Biennial. In the latest in her Arts Central series, Julia Johnson looks at how a sense of location and time are rooted in the work of an artist from Dagestan, which can help us reflect on our own place in the world.

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Issue 84 // FEATURE

COME TOGETHER – LIVERPOOL, MUSIC CITY?

Craig G Pennington summarises the key conclusions from a report on the health of our city’s music infrastructure, suggesting some key points for concern.