Liverpool culture is recognised all around the world, but how do we grasp the multitude of conversations and ideas that make a place what it is, if we're just passing through?
Ahead of the release his latest EP, Niloo Sharifi meets the man behind the bedroom pop wizardry and throwback childhood photos.
Tom Doubtfire talks to the organisers behind the newly opened launderette to gauge how mass-collaboration can positively affect the community
With the launch of Palestine + 100 at LAAF, Laura Brown asks if we see the privilege in our ability to think it will always be better tomorrow
With a fresh new album in their back pocket, Liverpool’s jangle pop darlings hit the road to charm the rest of the UK.
From behind their unassuming Bold Street façade, the quiet heroes of WHISC have been offering advice and support to generations of Liverpool’s women.
Huw Livingstone meets the man quietly shaping the aesthetic of Liverpool’s favourite spots and our Instagram feeds, one mural at a time.
In his new memoir Fried & Justified, publicist to the stars, Mick Houghton, recounts some of the wisdom picked up after a generation working with pop’s most notorious acts.
A rising star who is managing to merge classic Scouse songwriting with the freshness of contemporary electronic production.
This Liverpool-based producer and multi-instrumentalist crafts sweeping vistas from her minimalist compositions
One of last year’s LIMF Academy Most Ready artists has started to fulfil his huge potential, with two stellar tracks already in 2019
We ask one of our Community Members to compile a selection of music from their recent listening playlists
These Melbourne "soft-punks" have been riding a wave of acclaim for their bright and thoughtful guitar rock.
Broadcaster and proud Lancastrian Mary Anne Hobbs curates a celebration of avant-garde female musicians at Manchester International Festival.