Just how close or far can anything be at one time? An end may now be in sight, asks Elliot Ryder.
On their 10th album, The Coral have never sounded so timeless – quite literally
Live music returned to Liverpool after 14 months. What does it mean for the 21st June reopening?
Beyond the LFC phenomenon we look at the personality breaking through Jamie Webster's original songwriting
Blink and you’ll have missed the trio’s rise to being the name on the lips of the country’s biggest taste-makers.
Adidas Originals and retro pop stylings; welcome to the world of Tracky TV
The electronic music pioneer has endured some ups and downs across his 40-year career in music, and is relishing his latest return to Liverpool to reconnect with his devoted fanbase.
Check out our gallery of Gary Numan's last Liverpool gig + win a pair of tickets to see him at ECL
“What else is in the teaches of Peaches?” Sex positivity and coming of age with the art pop icon.
Watch the video for Sold – taken from their debut album
Christopher Torpey explores the humour and value in music tourism in Liverpool
Don’t Stop – constant forward progress is the order of the day with Liverpool’s blooming cosmic surfer.
Walking tall on the road to success with a Scouse superstar-in-waiting
A sit down with Shaun Powell of one of Liverpool's most intriguing new rock rock upstarts.
Stuart Miles O'Hara subjects himself to the twin-drum assault and otherworldly prog noise of Barberos - but what did he learn?
Choruses big, dewy-eyed, sprinkled with tropes of 80s-era pop and sung by Matt Berninger.