How good is this? Harvest Sun have secured what’s gonna be the gig of the festive season, as Duluth Minnesota’s Low head to the Anglican Cathedral this November. We’re promised a seated, intimate affair, in the vein of the stunning Edwyn Collins show. And we can. not. wait. Few bands still sound as vital, twenty [...]
Suuns at the Kazimier, 17th May GIG We’re big fans of this poppy prog gang from Canada, so it’s rather thrilling that they’re playing one of the best spaces in the city this Friday night. A little bit psychedelic, a little bit krautrock, and very excellent, the band hit town this Friday for a preview [...]
William Kentridge as Printmaker at the Bluecoat EXHIBITION We love William Kentridge’s grainily gorgeous animations at Tate Liverpool’s new show. But his prints, in this new Bluecoat retrospective, are searingly impressive. Kentridge, South Africa’s most acclaimed multi-media artist, takes print to an entirely otherworldly dimension. Don’t miss this one. Until Feb 13. More information Delayed [...]
Just announced: post-punk royalty Edwyn Collins is set to play the Philharmonic Hall next year. If you’re not familiar with Edwyn’s work – a) what the hell have you been doing with your life, and b) you’re in for a right treat when you dig in. A member of defining Glaswegian jangly angular pop band [...]
Harvest Sun seem to have somewhat taken over Liverpool with their relentless stream of interesting gigs at a wide variety of venues. Recent and upcoming gigs include Deer Tick, Neil Halstead, Euros Childs, Purity Ring and the highly successful recent Psych Fest held recently at the Camp and Furnace. This Saturday they bring Warp’s under [...]
Woody Allen: A Documentary DVD There have been others, but this affectionate document of Allen’s 40 year film career is big on Allen’s quirks, his inner circle, and his relentless quest for perfection. It’s not so big on his relationship with Soon-Yi, but for fans of this genius of late 20th century cinema, watching this [...]
Prepare for a Sunday afternoon in church, in the company of some cosmic wonder, and pastoral English folk. What could be better? A bit of sun, perhaps…
We love The Low Anthem. They’re the perfect sultry mid summer soundtrack. We’ve got them. Is it too much to ask for the weather?
Local promoters Harvest Sun put on more gigs than we can possibly cover. Suffice to say, they’re always top notch: a mixture of the world’s finest folk, electronica and psych bands. Tonight’s gig is no different: husband and wife team Moon Duo feature a member of the legendary Wooden Shjips, which, if you’ve ever heard [...]
Tireless local promoters Harvest Sun put on yet another night this Friday: one last shindig before the clocks go forward. Sometime Liverpool boys Sun Drums bring their shimmering, propulsive electronica to Leaf’s gig space, while Luxembourg native Victor Ferreira, otherwise known as Sun Glitters, visits for his city debut. His woozy, glitchy, pitch-shifted pop recalls [...]
Potentially one of the most unbearable days of the year, Valentine’s Day can be a real struggle. If you’re single, the crushing misery of being alone is shoved down your throat. If you’re in a couple, the crushing misery of being in a couple is shoved down your throat. Plus you have to buy teddy [...]
This US folk-pop hero, now living in Spain, plays his only north west date this month in the beautiful Black-E.
Oklahoma’s best new exports visit Bold Street this weekend for some swirling folk fun. Plus: win tickets to the gig!
A Factory legend, and two of the city’s most interesting electronic outfits – sounds like a perfect night in Static for us.
Dreamy west coast doodling from Wooden Shjips this September, as they play their first ever gig in the city.
© 2010 - 2013 Sevenstreets.com | All rights reserved