A whole lotta revisiting involving Liverpool Philharmonic, Steve Hackett, Genesis and Foxtrot.
Havana Meets Kingston – Something special is afoot in Liverpool. All the news here.
Tim Bowness. Peter Chilvers and Matt Stevens are at the Prohibition Studios in Liverpool.
Amsterdam frontman Ian Prowse brings a message of hope – from out of the depths of despair
News of Whiskey And Winter – the new single from Liverpool’s Hushtones and their Christmas headline show at Jimmy’s.
Carcass return with the follow up to Surgical Steel. Torn Arteries is another blood soaked album of gore infused melodic death metal.
Hushtones follow up the promise of their Sinking single with an album that shows they’re more than just purveyors of lush pop sensibilities.
Sinking, the new single from Liverpool’s Hushtones is out now.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Partly inspired by old photographs of seaside towns, The Coral’s latest album is a bright and breezy collection of tunes instilled with their sixties sound.
Ian Skelly joins us to talk about his fantastic new album, Drifter’s Skyline; an album full of wonderfully catchy and brisk tunes.
The sea calls. Lizzy Hardingham takes inspiration from the Mersey in her new set of songs about the sea. It’s called Seven and it’s out now.
Scott & Maria are an Anglo-Celtic-Hellenic duo who write uplifting acoustic tunes evoking the heart with their mesmerising harmonies. Influenced by the earth and the stars and all forms of love, they create powerful feel good music.