Rob Harrison reviews the gig by Danish psychobilly band PowerSolo at Maguires Pizza Parlor.
Colin Serjent reviews Faces Places, the documentary film directed by Agnes Varda and French installation artist and photographer JR, showing at Picturehouse till 27th September.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Lucky about the spiritual journey of a ninety-year-old atheist, starring the late Harry Dean Stanton.
Colin Serjent reviews the film directed by Chloe Zhao, The Rider, screening at Picturehouse till 20th September.
Joe Coventry reviews the book of poetry by Arthur Adlen, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems, published by Living History Library.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool Biennial 2018 Festival Of Contemporary Art, which runs to 28th October.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Cold War, set against the background of the Cold War in the 1950’s in Poland, screening at Picturehouse till 13th September.
Jennifer Walker reviews the revamped production of John Godber’s Bouncers, on at The Royal Court till 15th September.
Rob Harrison reviews This Remedy, the new album by American country rockers Larry And His Flask, out on Xtra Mile Records on October 12th.
Rob Harrison reviews Performance, the new album by White Denim, out on City Slang Records.
Rob Harrison reviews the new Idles album, Joy As An Act of Resistance, out now on On Partisan Records.
Nick Daly reviews BlacKkKlansman, the new film directed by Spike Lee, on general release from 24th August.
Released on Jah Wobble Records Reviewed by Rob Harrison The new album by ex-Public Image bass player Jah Wobble, is influenced by the French new wave filmmaker Frances Truffaut and the sights and sounds of London, Brighton, and Manchester. It is a veritable smorgasbord of variable musical delights. It appears to be not defined by any one genre and in many ways does not fit into a conceptual whole as such,
Darren Guy reviews the film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, directed by Desiree Akhavan and starring Chloë Grace Moretz, out on general release from September 7th.
Colin Serjent reviews the Paraguayan drama film, The Heiresses, showing at Picturehouse till 16th August.
Rob Harrison reviews the book God’s Medicine – Heal your Cancer, written by Martin Huiskens looking at alternative methods to treating cancer.
Darren Guy reviews the film Hearts Beat Loud, starring Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons and showing at Picturehouse till 9th August.
Jennifer Walker reviews the disco musical, Mam! I’m ‘Ere,
on at The Royal Court until 11th August.
Rob Harrison reviews After The Flood, the new album by Neil Campbell with Marty Snape, Roger Gardiner and Viktor Nordberg, released on 13th July.
Tracey Dunn reviews the book To Throw Away Unopened, the new memoir by Viv Albertine from the legendary late 70’s band The Slits.