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The Luka State interview

Late last year I had the great opportunity to chat with Conrad from rising British indie/punk band The Luka State. We talked about the band’s highlights of 2018, what influenced their upcoming new record, the legacy of the late Pete Shelley of Buzzcocks fame, and when they will next be paying a visit to Liverpool…
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Sound City, Liverpool’s iconic independent festival for new music, have just announced a plethora of fantastic artists for their 2019 edition, including Shame, Kara Marni, Blaenavon, Estrons, just to name a few! Check out the full line-up and get the lowdown on why Sound City will once again be Liverpool’s biggest music event of the year right here
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Persian Hugs @ 02 Academy Liverpool 14/12/18

Its been a busy 2018 for Liverpool indie-rock trio Persian Hugs, who recently released a 4-track EP and ended their year opening for Polar States at O2 Academy. LSRadio’s Callum Merick was there to give us the lowdown on how one of Liverpool’s best rising bands are set to keep rising ever-higher…
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The Orielles @ Invisible Wind Factory 07/12/18

The Orielles brought their dreamy surf-pop sounds in a performance that helped transform a wet and windy Friday night in northern Liverpool into a brilliant celebration of funky psychedelia. Support for the band came from local artists Brad Stank and SPILT, with Brad giving the people at IWF a rather relaxing rendition of his low-key, […]
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deafpony – Glowing | Track review

It’s time to check up on this writer’s favourite emo-revival/Indie-pop band from South London that isn’t itoldyouiwouldeatyou (hello to Joey and the Gang!). Recently releasing new single Glowing, the boys in deafpony have set about honing themselves into a band producing some of the catchiest and most satisfying Indie music on the scene today! Initially […]
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Jordan Allen @ Arts Club 30/11/18

Opening their headlining set on the Friday night reciting some clear love for John Cooper Clarke, enigmatic frontman (and band’s namesake) Jordan Allen immediately won this writer over. Allen demonstrated a well-crafted talent for working everyone that was packed into Arts Club that night; closing the set with what I’m sure was an extremely self-satisfying […]
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