Hushed, attentive tones crafted in the dead of night – James Leesley’s new solo endeavour cuts an honest solitude.
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 Derry-born, Manchester-based artist makes a welcome return to the live scene at Sound City with a new album
Matt Hogarth talks death, emotions and juggling a nine-to-five with Liverpool-based rising stars, experimental alt.rockers SPQR.
Pop Art 2.0: meet the multilimbed, multinational collective dismantling our conceptions of music-making and creativity in the digital age.
The Coral keyboardist adds to his repertoire of provincial fascination with an impressive third anthology, and accompanying album of low-key, introspective musings.
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.
Bringing together a perfect storm of sass, glam, punk and drag, QUEEN ZEE AND THE SASSTONES are the most essential band in Merseyside.
Merseyside’s premier sleaze ‘n’ roll merchants prepare to double drop a pair of EPs that will make you think twice about nudity’s role in live music.
In preparation for the arrival of the acid-fried prog of Perth’s weirdest sons, Matthew Hogarth catches up with Pond about heat, the Aussie music scene and dodging pigeons.
The genre-melding sonic auteur returns with a dazzling LP that sees her filter the history of the universe through her analogue synth setup
The hazy, harmony-filled psychedelia of The Byrds, with a modern twist; It's The Fernweh
We catch up with a true icon of folk ahead of her eagerly anticipated Philharmonic show this May.
Edge Hill University bring together academics, musicians and industry experts to discuss LGBTQ+ culture and music.
DIY magic with Liverpool's own art-pop game changers who headline the Bido Lito! Sound City Pre-Party