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WHERE EVERYBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME: THE PIES

June 30, 2016

IN THE VINES: SEAFOAM GREEN AT THE BIG HOUSE

June 24, 2016

Where did you speak last night? We were in the back room, a grand old back room, of The Vines on Lime Street to discuss Seafoam Green and their next step on the way to a much-anticipated debut album. The vibe was cool as a much-neglected hidden gem of Liverpool’s gig circuit was transported to […]

THE FINE ART OF SELF PRESERVATION: JESSE MALIN

June 22, 2016

Jesse Malin is coming to town – there’s a sentence I must have written more than half a dozen times in the last few years. Old school in every way, the New Yorker is ten times better live than on record. The records aren’t bad, though, it’s just that performers like Malin have to be […]

WHAT A PLACE TO SHARE: MICHAEL HEAD AT THE ZANZIBAR CLUB

June 21, 2016

Scouse songwriting royalty Michael Head played The Zanzibar last weekend. The perfect marriage of artist and venue? Maybe. It was definitely a special occasion, though. The club was rammed and an expectant Father’s Day crowd arrived en masse to hear their favourites. They got a little bit more than that, though. By Graham Ennis. The […]

ON TITHEBARN STREET: THE LION TAVERN

June 16, 2016

SPECIFIC OCEAN BLUE: THE BUFFALO RIOT

June 14, 2016

LIVERPOOL LESS ORDINARY #12: PAUL DUHANEY

June 13, 2016

NOW OR NEVER: WAYNE ROONEY AND EURO 2016

June 10, 2016

LOVE ALL, TRUST A FEW, DO WRONG TO NONE: LIVERPOOL BOOK ART

June 9, 2016

LIVERPOOL LESS ORDINARY #11: PETER ‘DIGSY’ DEARY

June 8, 2016
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