Editor-in-Chief Craig G Pennington digs deep into the findings from our Liverpool, Music City? consultation to find plenty of civic pride
Reflecting on 25 years of festival buzz and happy vibes from the happiest festival around
The uncredited Indian musicians who played on Sgt. Pepper and inspired George Harrison have finally been tracked down: allow Dr Mike Jones to tell their story
Celebrating 40 years of Pure Musical Sensations with the UK's longest-running alternative music show
In the run up to the General Election, Christopher Torpey looks at different ways we can make ourselves heard as voices of opposition
We speak to the Liverpool beat man and Big Narstie collaborator to find out how Scouse trap differs from grime.
Tastemakers, podcasters and internet radio enthusiasts are still ga ga about radio, leading us through a sea of possibilities in an on-demand world.
Rapper and activist AKALA speaks to James Jackson about the plight of UK rap music, and Jeremy Corbyn’s chances of winning the General Election.
The hazy, harmony-filled psychedelia of The Byrds, with a modern twist; It's The Fernweh
Janaya Pickett shares her experiences on the highs and lows of doing the festival circuit with a young family – and how the industry has adapted to cater for the parent-and-child revellers.
The city is preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ landmark album in style this summer
The Washington, DC-born composer, artist and author is using a classic Beatles track to unpick our own existential worries, through a mixture of performance and audio-visual installation
Too many festivals and not enough bands or punters to go round – or an industry receptive to trialling new schemes that benefit the wider music community?
The transnational jangle pop duo explain what being a "supersonic spectral wave band" actually means
The Radio 1-playlisted trio talk us through their luscious pop and the idea behind latest release, Endangered Species.
Modern soul vocalist and guitarist NEIL NOA explains how his infatuation with music began, ahead of his July LIMF Summer Jam appearance.
Curator of new FACT exhibition The New Observatory, Sam Skinner talks uses - mis-uses of data