Robert Plant will play Liverpool’s Olympia as part of UK & Irish tour this autumn in support of his new album Carry Fire.
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.
Liverpool music blog The Music Manual is set to celebrate their 5 year anniversary with a special Summer Shindig.
Warrington Council have approved plans for new music festival in Victoria Park for 2018.
As the team behind Wrong Festival announce an all-day celebration of the freak scene, Shaun Ponsonby talks to head honcho Michael Edward about the development of Wrong, Loner and the […]
Liverpool Disco Festival 3 reveals first set of acts for October takeover of the Baltic Triangle.
Adam Chapman reviews the now legendary Sunday of Hope and Glory 2017.
Heading down to London solo, Nelson experiences Afropunk in all it’s multicultural glory.
The legendary Liverpool night out has revealed their ambitious plans for Christmas 2017.
An obviously unsuitable venue, a clear lack of organisation and a promoter whose shows have appeared on Rip-Off Britain. Why was Hope and Glory given permission to go ahead?
An alternative to Pride? Shaun Ponsonby thinks that Queer Rrriot was not only a rousing success, but that it is imperative that it continues.
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.
Two huge live shows featuring two icons come to Liverpool’s Exhibition Centre this week with Gary Numan and Brian Wilson celebrating 50 Summers of Love.
Michael Edward anticipates a night of big hits as Placebo prepare for their 20th anniversary tour.
The works of renowned American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein are to be shown at Tate Liverpool.
Michael Edward looks forward to a visit from the self proclaimed minimalist rock trio.
Planet Slop sends condolences to the family, friends and fans of Chester Bennington who has died aged 41.
Africa Oyé and Mellowtone add another international star to their series of live celebratory dates.
Glyn Akroyd exclusively premieres Limerance’s debut single, Shine On, with Planet Slop.
As Nick Cave make the bold step up to an arena tour, Banjo traces his journey so far.
Yes, Glastonbury happened. In fact it feels long ago in the memory now, but that can’t be helped. Upon returning this year we promptly fell apart, hit down with the […]
With Detroit legends The Gories headlining, Mark Greenwood heads to Magnet for a whopper of a night from Harvest Sun.
Hot off the heels of their second festival, the reggae specialists are bringing Big Youth and Horace Andy to the Baltic Triangle.
With Queen Zee & The Sasstones releasing their first music video, Shaun Ponsonby gets an exclusive behind the scenes look at these grotesquely beautiful stars in the making.
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.
With the rock legends making a rare trip overseas, Shaun Ponsonby joins the sold out crowd in Hyde Park for Tom Petty’s long awaited 40th anniversary tour.
Mark Greenwood gets all sorts of stoked to welcome The Gories to Liverpool.
As electronic music heads The Waveform Transmitter reveal charity record and event, Shaun Ponsonby talks to mastermind Ste Knight about the project.
Seeing his favourite band in the flesh, Paul Riley braves the tourists for Radiohead’s massive gig in Manchester.
A funk and soul all-dayer? Don’t mind if we do! Shaun Ponsonby checks out Craig Charles’ Beats, Beer & Boogaloo at Camp & Furnace.
The groundbreaking collective are launching their new album at the Capstone Theatre, Shaun Ponsonby reports.
As Africa Oyé turns 25, Shaun Ponsonby basks in the glory of what is arguably the best weekend on the Liverpool calendar.
With the only UK date for Springsteen’s right hand man being in Manchester, Shaun Ponsonby finally gets to see one of his heroes playing a solo set in the flesh.
An amazing line-up is set for AFROPUNK’s second London Festival, and Christina McKenna can hardly wait.
Craig Charles’ Beats, Beer and Boogaloo takes over Camp and Furnace, Shaun Ponsonby reports.
Ahead of Africa Oyé‘s landmark 25th festival, Janaya Pickett talks to director Paul Duhaney about the past, present and future of the UK’s largest celebration of African culture.
Having won Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards, Shaun Ponsonby finds Liverpool’s reggae festival upping the ante.
As Bat Sabbath head to the Arts Club, Brian Sayle gears up for a heavy night in homage to the Godfathers of Metal.
On the eve of Positive Vibration’s second festival, Soulfultiz headed to Art of Reggae Exhibition at Constellations.
Shy Billy premiere their latest single, Waiting Gracefully, exclusively with Planet Slop.
A perfect marriage of rock & soul, Shaun Ponsonby checks out California’s Vintage Trouble in Manchester.
Anyone expecting Sonic Youth’s greatest hits would have been sorely disappointed, but David North finds Thurston Moore’s celebration of The Mersey Sound captivating regardless.
Sakura was at The Ritz to see Liam Gallagher make his live return on a poignant night in Manchester.
Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia announce second wave of acts plus special stage curators.
With Sound City’s tenth anniversary celebrations moving them to a new home, and some extra special one-off shows, Shaun Ponsonby and Paul Riley took in the sights and sounds.
Check out all you need to knows for Africa Oyé’s landmark 25th edition.
24 Kitchen Street and CMD Presents bring a huge line-up to highlight the continuing impact of gentrification in Liverpool.
A line-up that rivals All Tomorrow’s Parties at it’s zenith, Michael Edward heads to Manchester for a humungous night at the Victoria Warehouse.
Originally published on Getintothis
Originally published on Getintothis
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