Support the support – for that’s where you’ll see many of the city’s best, and hardest working bands doing the circuit. Plus, you get more bang for your buck, and stay one step ahead of that fickle parabolic curve of cool. “Oh yeah, Knapsack? I saw them when they were supporting Archers of Loaf back [...]
Whimsical ditties and lyrics of the ‘nah, nah, nah, something…something…dreaming’ variety will always find a soft spot in our cold, hard hearts. So check out Sue Denim, bringing her bicycle to town next week. Hooks, harmonies, cycle clips and a severe, glossy bob. Again, she’s pushing all our buttons. Denim manufactured Robots In Disguise when [...]
Yes, here’s another classic album about to be performed in full. But, with Boat to Bolivia, you’re in for a masterclass in pared down, infectious songwriting.
Almost 40 years on The Stranglers are one of the best live music outfits around.
Sharper, shinier and full of indie-electro surprises, The Big Pink head to town this month. But don’t worry, we’re sure Dominoes will end the set in arms-aloft euphoria.
Ian Broudie is taking the Lightning Seeds back on tour. But it’s not a reunion. As the man himself tells Alan O‘Hare: “You can’t split up with yourself…”
La’s lead singer Lee Mavers loses the back beat but finds himself at return Liverpool gig.
The original instrumental hip-hop maestro is back to his cut and paste best, and back in the city later this year. Sample the goodness that is DJ Shadow.
Now with 25% more, Austin’s White Denim bring their rhythm soaked, schizophrenic brand of virtuoso rock’n'roll to the O2 this autumn.
Blancmange head to town to show us that not all eighties popstars are content to give us soggy seconds…
The Stranglers may be getting on a bit, but tonight’s gig – full of curios from their 35-year back catalogue – sounds as fresh as they ever did.
Jaguar Skills’ brand of head-rush hip-hop sets the floor alight wherever he plays – so you can expect one very messy Thursday this week, as the big cat comes to town.
Paul Clark sees Cast return to Liverpool for a triumphant journey back in time to the heyday of Britpop.
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