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Echo & The Bunnymen Reschedule UK And Ireland Tour For

Echo & The Bunnymen have rescheduled their forthcoming 20-date UK and Ireland tour for spring 2022. The tour, originally set to take place in May and June 2021, has been postponed with fans advised to hold onto their tickets as they will remain valid for the rescheduled dates. The run of shows will celebrate the […]Read More

Theatre News: Royal Court Christmas show to go ahead

Liverpool’s Royal Court have confirmed that their Christmas show can go ahead as planned, after the city was placed into the second tier of COVID-19 restrictions. The Royal Court Selection Box will run until the 30th of January, as long as current restrictions are not tightened. Whilst each show will feature a reduced cast of six […]Read More

Liverpool’s Free Theatre: Making The Arts Accessible

The pleasure of a trip to the theatre, with its limited tickets and overpriced ice-creams, is often an expensive hobby that leaves working-class communities behind. This exclusivity is not helped by the fact that, over the last decade, the arts have been consistently neglected on a national level. From creative arts subjects being culled in […]Read More

50 Years On From The Beatles’ Final Album

Let It Be was released fifty years ago on this day (8 May), but the anniversary of the Beatles’ final studio album just serves as another reminder of the generational transcendence and influence of their music.  It also recalls the fractious nature of their demise and the emotionally-charged recording sessions — but regardless, the band […]Read More

Live Review: Boston Manor // Hanger 34 – Liverpool

Just five years ago in the back room of Maguire’s Pizza Bar in Liverpool, Boston Manor played their first ever show and last night they returned to the city armed with their second album ‘Welcome To The Neighbourhood’. Not many bands choose to play both Liverpool and Manchester in the same run of shows but […]Read More

Track Review: Even the Joker Cries // Hegarty

Hegarty are an up and coming band from Liverpool whose main aim is to “unite the world for its love of guitar music.” They have spent the last three years touring heavily around Liverpool, and have built a reputation internationally through receiving radio airplay in USA and France. Earlier this year, they released a single, […]Read More

Track Review: Still Life // Two Islands

Liverpool based duo, Two Islands, have recently launched their brand new track ‘Still Life’, which follows on from their earlier debut single entitled ‘Heaven’. An uplifting vibe is immediately apparent as the track engulfs its listeners in an energetic, electro-pop wave. The smooth vocals which follow on put a fresh spin on this track, which […]Read More

Track Review: Bliss // Spinn

When giving this new track a first listen, I can say with confidence that the jangle pop Liverpool lads of Spinn are achieving nothing less than solid musical progress. ‘Bliss’ is the second official track released by this four-piece and it’s a real gem. Flying high from the previous success of their debut ‘Green Eyes’, which is […]Read More

Track Review: Trap Door // Seprona

Seprona are a Liverpool-based indie quartet with a very enticing, professional sound. They have played alongside bands such as The Vaccines and The Flaming Lips and are finding growing success with their fresh, invigorating sound. The contrast between the bright and pulsating band and the moody, Alex Turner-esque vocals contribute towards an interesting sound that captivates […]Read More

Track Review: Green Eyes // Spinn

Liverpool based four-piece Spinn, newly formed in 2015, have been causing a stir on the scene since their day one. With guitar and vocals from Jonathon Quinn, lead guitarist Andy Power, bassist Sean McLachlan and drummer Dan Fell, ‘Green Eyes’ marks their songwriting debut; and it’s been very well received indeed, wracking up thousands of plays within […]Read More

Finally, Justice for the 96

On the 15th April 1989, Liverpool FC was set to play Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s football ground, Hillsborough, in the FA Cup semi-final. Six minutes in, the game was stopped. A crush had developed in the pens, leading to the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans. 94 people died on the day, followed by Lee […]Read More

Music News: Pete Doherty Added To Liverpool Sound City Lineup

Pete Doherty to play Liverpool Sound City 2016! Following an announcement made this morning by Liverpool Sound City, Libertines and Pete Doherty fans have had a very good morning. After a string of solo dates, The Libertine’s frontman himself will headline The North Stage on Sunday the 28th of May and you can buy tickets here. […]Read More