Continuing his weekly breakdowns of Black Mirror and Inside No. 9, Christy Smyth compares Arkangel and Bernie Clifton’s Dressing Room. Spoiler alert.
Planet Slop, BBC 6 Music and more team up with Studio2 at Parr Street to celebrate Independent Venue Week.
Planet Slop welcomes back Snips’ Dave Wain for an almost nearly festive Christmas movie guide.
News From Nowhere have returned with some more recommendations to cosy up with over the holidays.
A perfect night for 2-Tone fans, as two of the most iconic groups of the movement join forces at the Olympia.
The trans power punk band and LGBT social event play Sound in January.
Smoov Cyphaz is bringing a night of Hip Hop and Rap to the North Shore Troubadour in December.
Taking a trip to New Orleans, albeit via Manchester, Owen Mullen finds a pure love of music at Gorilla.
Having only known Jungle for two weeks, Graham Smillie takes a chance and catches them at the Invisible Wind Factory. Do they convert a new fan?
Having a little look back at our adventures so far in Liverpool Music Week 2018.
Ahead of Mike Garson’s performance at the O2 Academy, Christy Smyth talks to Bowie’s long-time pianist about Aladdin Sane, the underrated albums of the 90s and life with the Thin […]
We’ve teamed up with News From Nowhere to bring you some reading recommendations that may have missed your radar.
Don’t just stand there, let’s get to it; Andrew Nicholls takes in the House of Suarez annual Vogue Ball at the Invisible Wind Factory.
Stephen Lewin finds The Shipping Forecast void of answers but brimming with the seeds of essential conversations courtesy of Downtown Boys.
An odd pairing? Not at all! Stephen Lewin travels to Leeds for a formidable double header.
Kicking off the much anticipated Raskit Tour in Liverpool, Christy Smyth finds Dizzee Rascal well and truly back in the corner.
Sakura presents her photo gallery from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Manchester Arena.
Planet Slop’s Paul Riley, Brian Sayle and Vicky Pea present their review and photo gallery from this year’s Liverpool Psych Fest.
With Tate Liverpool’s Portraying a Nation exhibition showcasing Germany during the rise of Hitler, Niloo Sharifi looks at the work of Dix and Sander with one eye on the current […]
As The Jesus and Mary Chain prepare to bring their Damage and Joy tour to Liverpool’s Academy, Planet Slop’s Jon Heathen looks forward to their wall of sound.
Liverpool Mental Health Festival takes place across two weeks in October with a range of events.
The 16th Liverpool Comedy Festival kicks off this week with 150 shows across 18 venues.
Ahead of their performance at the Unity Theatre, cabaret troupe Teatro Pomodoro speak to Ally Goodman about their new show, Cabaret From The Shadows.
With Australia’s POND making a Liverpool appearance, Brian Sayle catches them launching this year’s anticipated Psych Fest.
Sakura presents a photo gallery as Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst delivers a gig of the year contender to the pleasure of his fans.
Musicians Against Homelessness boasts massive two day line up to raise funds for Crisis.
Planet Slop has a pair of tickets to give away to this years Festival No.6. Find out why and how you should enter here.
Adam Chapman reviews the now legendary Sunday of Hope and Glory 2017.
Having stopped paying attention to Gary Numan by the early 80s, Graham Smillie decides to pop along to the Exhibition Centre and discovers why the artist retains such a massive cult […]
With the Brighton duo stepping up a gear to arenas, Glenn Gibson hails the return of the new kings of UK rock
Sakura presents a gallery of the bearded behemoths as they bring their Tonnage Tour to Manchester’s O2 Apollo.
Returning for it’s 5th year, LIMF overcomes the obstacles to retain it’s central place in Liverpool’s summer gig calendar.
With Liverpool International Music Festival returning for it’s fifth installment, Planet Slop brings you all you need to know for this year’s festival.
As Bat Sabbath head to the Arts Club, Brian Sayle gears up for a heavy night in homage to the Godfathers of Metal.