Top cultural events to mark in your fresh Filofax
Big names unveiled for 2019 edition of Baltic Triangle festival
During this year’s Sound City, our Student Society team took a closer look at a sector-wide initiative aimed at bringing gender equality to our festivals within five years.
Photo gallery by Jessica Grace Neal featuring, Dermot Kennedy, Matt Maltese and The Night Cafe.
Photo gallery by Stuart Moulding featuring, King Khan and The Shrines, Black Honey and Superorganism.
Photo gallery by Lauren Jade Keir featuring, Baxter Dury, The Orielles and ZUZU.
The B-town pioneers have transcended from darlings of the indie scene to socially-conscious, festival-headlining behemoths. What’s next for Sound City’s 2018 headliners?
Editor Christopher Torpey on the spirit of change and the region's appetite for cultural renaissance
Pop Art 2.0: meet the multilimbed, multinational collective dismantling our conceptions of music-making and creativity in the digital age.
The Prince Of Tears has carved out his own niche in scabrous, orchestral pop, finding his groove on an album replete with heartache and squalor.
Breathing fresh air into Britain's independent scene, this Bristol five-piece are reviving guitar music's punk spirit with equal parts intellect and anger.
The Birkenhead based indie sensation talks to us on the eve of releasing her debut EP Made On Earth By Humans
With the help of Stealing Sheep music charity Brighter Sound are actively seeking change in gender balance throughout the music industry
The British Music Experience plays host to a series of panel discussions and conversations with industry experts from across the world.
Sound City announces 150 more artists and official afterparty with Greg Wilson
BIDO LITO! COMMENT | For Sound City to reignite its flame, it must be embedded back within the city itself
Pre-order your programme for Pioneers of British Electronic Music, The Velvet Underground & Nico Reimagined and Sound City
David J Pichilingi, Sound City CEO, welcomes in the festival's 10th anniversary celebrations
“What else is in the teaches of Peaches?” Sex positivity and coming of age with the art pop icon.
The Don talks rebellion and the importance of cultures coming together in his Sound City+ keynote conversation.
The Charlatans’ main man brings Tim Peaks Diner to Sound City for unmissable conversations and live performances.
Our favourite snaps from Sound City's 10 year history. The fun starts here.
Editor Christopher Torpey muses on the passage of time ahead of a whirlwind summer of music and culture in Liverpool
Sound City returns again in May, ready to celebrate its tenth anniversary with an extravagant array of bands and events.
Watch the video for Ali Horn's debut cosmic surf odyssey Days Like Today
Watch the video for Sold – taken from their debut album