Editor Christopher Torpey reflects on recent events and the need for community
The warm embrace of Loved Ones’ rich, wholesome sound is one of the great strengths of the West Kirby quartet’s latest album, Harness
Europe’s largest free music festival is on our doorstep, inviting us to join them in remembering the good times – and revelling in them.
Charting the rise of the underground grime movement with one of its early pioneers
The genre-melding sonic auteur returns with a dazzling LP that sees her filter the history of the universe through her analogue synth setup
As the football season is in temporary recess, we look at a photography project that captures the hopes and aspirations born from our childhood theatres of dreams.
Del Pike delves into the sonic back catalogue of the Dark Knight Of The Soul
From promising solo project to full-blown a quartet, HANNAH’S LITTLE SISTER are a lo-fi pop sensation in waiting
Vulnerable DIY guitar pop with electronic undercurrents: meet the bedroom guitarist with a heart of song
The fearsome quintet let us in on the melting pot of influences that are behind the group’s storming new EP Anatomy.
Home is where the heart is: Sudanese-born singer, songwriter and ethnomusicologist Alsarah speaks about finding your roots
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Taher Qassim, Chair of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) considers the role of art in uniting us all