As the commissioners come in, we should look to the alternative leaders and decision makers, says Elliot Ryder
Bedroom pop, softly spun indie and bookworm grooves among this months piping fresh tracks
Megan Walder tracks the rise and rise again of Pixey's effervescent pop evolution
The rapper talks musical growth, finding his flow and staying true to the city.
Exploring the literate, genre-dodging songs of the Bergen born singer-songwriter
Breath, reinterpretation, community. Wil Baines pores over the layers of Andrew PM Hunt’s latest works
A new public facing exhibition uncovering the social intricacies of the North West
Lily Blakeney-Edwards channels the spooky, spine-tingling atmospherics of the electro-pop star.
Stepping out of the “drone zone” and into some shimmering pop
Paul Fitzgerald speaks to those at the centre of Damien John Kelly House about its continuing journey.
With Dead Pigeon Gallery, art is always somewhere – maybe where you least expect it
Capturing ‘endless’ performances of Afro-Cuban music
Finding the self in esoteric worlds of wonky electronica
Unearthing the full emotive range in PC Music
Confronting social anxieties with breezy indie and rustling folk tales
Poet, actor, activist, writer, theatre director and producer – a force to be reckoned with
The artist’s latest project brings stories of recovery to the film screen
PMS’s Roger Hill provides the lowdown on the show’s new format after almost a year off the airwaves.
After a one-year hiatus, LightNight returns with an open source performance by Stealing Sheep
17th May-29th August
27th May-11th July
Lyndsay Price offers a collection of works that channel the discovery in loss
Mary Olive questions the extent music venues and nightclubs offer refuge and safe space to women, transgender and non-binary people.