Lynda-Louise Tomlinson reviews 7, the new EP by Liverpool based urban indie band Futurejack.
Arthur Adlen reviews the book by Anthony Hogan, From a Storm to a Hurricane, about Rory Storm and the Hurricanes.
Ritchie Hunter reviews After the Flood, the concert by Neil Campbell and friends at the Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room.
Joe Coventry reviews Romanian opera star Stefan Pop at St. George’s Hall, part of The Liverpool Opera – Four Seasons concert series.
The screaming target returns to review the good the bad and the plain sticky.
Rob Harrison reviews folk singer Blair Dunlop, on tour to promote his new album Gilded.
Colin Serjent and his camera braved the clouds and rain to take in the spectacular feast of music at Africa Oyé in Sefton Park.
Rob Harrison reviews the album by Metronomy, Summer 08, released on July 1st.
Colin Serjent reviews the music and poetry event held to launch the latest issue of Nerve Magazine, held in the Courtroom Cafe by the Small Cinema.
Joe Coventry reviews Pleasure: A Chamber Opera, presented by Opera North, Royal Opera and Aldbergh Music at the Liverpool Playhouse.
Rob Harrison reviews the gig by Elevant, False Advertising and Pocket Apocalypse at the Liverpool Buyers Club.
Rob Harrison reviews the launch of the new album by Only Child, The Whale Finds Its Way To Hope Street.
Rob Harrison does a roundup of the tunes that are buzzing round the Nerve office at the moment.
Rob Harrison reviews the performance of David Bowie’s The Man who Sold the World, featuring Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey with Glenn Gregory.
Joe Coventry reviews the album by Neil Campbell, eMErgence, an existential expedition through time, space and life.
Tommy Calderbank reviews the album The Restoration by Babadub, an incredible duo from the heart of the Scouse underground music scene.