Waxxx fair, Thursday You like fairs? And you like clubbing? Oh, that’s handy. Because Waxxx are putting on both at the same time. The rather mental sounding Waxxx Fair sees DJs like Boddika, Levon Vincent….
Advanced Style BLOG Millions of street style sites and fashion bloggers clog up the web with endless images of fresh-faced, groomed young things. So it’s great to see a blog celebrating true individual style in….
Local electronic-slash-dance-slash-whatever promoters Abandon Silence have been doing rather brilliant things over the past couple of years, and their recent move to the Masque shows Liverpool’s got quite a hunger for their excellently booked nights…..
Chain & The Gang at The Shipping Forecast, 29th November GIG Life-affirming rickety garage pop goodness from Ian Svenonious, former frontman of The Make-Up and sometime chat show host (no, really), as his other other….
Patrick Wolf – The Gallery, 21st November GIG A musical treat as part of this year’s strong Homotopia programme, the charismatic Wolf visits the tiny confines of Stanhope Street’s The Gallery this week. It’s difficult….
It’s been encouraging to see the steady rise of Abandon Silence. From its humble days as a half-full clubnight for a bunch of dance music nerds, to a must-attend event at the Shipping Forecast that….
Remember we told you a few weeks ago about Percy Gulliver’s Print Shop & Social? It’s been trading for a while, slowly but surely finding its feet in the ‘when did this get here?’ upstairs….
Consume Consume WEBSITE Who doesn’t love an online collection of amazing photographs? No, not of the Serengeti at sunrise. Of girls drunk in stairwells, or clubbers sticking their fists in their mouths? Yeah, that’s the….
We absolutely loved Percy Gulliver’s when it opened for a brief period last year. Set in a previously closed storefront on Bold Street, it was a perfect example of Liverpool’s ‘can do’ gung ho brilliance:….
Pay your respects – and raise cash for charity – by celebrating a visionary producer and music maker who reshaped hip hop forever.
Stephanie Heneghan speaks to the men behind the city’s best weirdo-disco clubnight about their rise, the Brookside theme tune and the iconic Weatherall’s visit to the Shipping Forecast.