Though there might be a massive clump of faceless electronic music producers clogging up dance music blogs across the world at the moment, it’s artists like Holy Other who particularly stand out. It’s not only visually where the Manchester musician is impressive – with a stark, minimal image and a cloaked, veiled performance style – [...]
Liverpool Music Week was a brilliant expression and celebration of Liverpool music
An ambitious nine-guitar performance happens this week, featuring some of the city’s best six-stringed talent.
In the final pick for this week’s Liverpool Music Week recommendations, we head to sunny Santa Barbara for a melancholic slice of electronica, courtesy of Gardens and Villa.
Ethereal, emotional and electrifying. Laura Brown is utterly enraptured by Lanterns on the Lake, at Leaf for Liverpool Music Week.
With his critically acclaimed third CD bursting with ripe and wonderful pop gems, it’s time for Baxter to step out of his dad’s long shadows…
The Mercury Prize nominee heads back to the city for the second time in a year. This time, he’s headlining Music Week’s massive closing party…
Supporting the gritty bar-room blues of Marcus Foster, our second pick for LMW is Belfast’s wall of sound supremos, Cashier No 9. Well worth queuing up for.
We spotlight some of our favourite artists visiting the city for this month’s Liverpool Music Week. First up: power-pop duo Summer Camp…
The son of heroic Afrobeat star Fela Kuti brings his legendary Egypt 80 band to Liverpool Music Week. It’s also something of a homecoming…
The winter week of music wonder rolls out another set of impressive bookings. Clear your diary immediately.
The city’s autumnal music shindig announces a huge closing event: Mercury nominated Ghostpoet headlines, with a supporting cast of other impressive names.
Liverpool Music Week returns to stretch the boundaries of sound and time – it’s two weeks of excellent music this year. Here’s the line up confirmed so far.
Suuns bring their atmospheric loops, stoner-rock grooves and glitchy beats to Mojo to show us just why we should be grateful Montreal’s still sending its Atlantic storm fronts westwards. Recommended.
Fully formed and fired up, Dire Wolfe have emerged from LIPA’s cauldron with a manifesto that’s exactly what we want to be hearing right now.
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