Category Archives: Music

Reggae Culture at District

For over 20 years, Africa Oyé has been responsible for bringing the best artists from all over Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas to play at the now legendary festival in Liverpool each summer. To celebrate the most successful festival … Continue reading

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Heart Variations for String Quartet at Sr George’s Hall

When Conceptual Artist and psychologist Egle Mei got in touch with Art in Liverpool to announce her newest project, we were excited. Having loved her last exhibition at the Blade Factory in Camp and Furnace, we wanted to see what she … Continue reading

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Yellowman and Dillinger at District

Bob Marley once spoke of a prophecy, which said there is one type of music that will unite the people. Well, this is it. Reggae legends Yellowman and Dillinger took to the stage at District, in front of a huge … Continue reading

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Stealing Sheep – The Park, Glastonbury 2013

It’s Sunday afternoon, the morning after the night before, and things are beginning to mellow out at Worthy Farm after the immense performance from The Rolling Stones on Saturday evening. What better way to drive away those hangover blues, than … Continue reading

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Local Natives @ The Kazimier

The atmosphere in the Kazimier is electric as BALTHAZAR take to the stage. The Belgian five-piece boast an indie-rock sound, with bluesy undertones, and their opening track Fifteen Floors was the favourite of the night. Next, LOCAL NATIVES supplied a … Continue reading

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Searching for Sugarman ****

A fascinating tale of a musical artist lost to Western popular culture, who found fame amongst an unlikely community. Searching for Sugarman is the intriguing story of the American singer-songwriter Rodriguez, whose album ‘Cold Fact’ (1970) became a surprise smash hit … Continue reading

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Keep Spontaneous Street Performance Alive!

Liverpool City Council are enforcing strict laws which prevent street performers from plying their trade unless they agree to these new, restricting regulations. After street protests and personal attempts to stop the new laws from many of our city’s most … Continue reading

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