Kiss me with apocalypse! Here we are again at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia. The 2016 event is the biggest yet, but thankfully, this pagan love drone commune has lost absolutely none of its charms.
Tate Liverpool put on a back-to-back exhibition of two of the 20th century’s most vital painters of bodies. Here we have two unique minds who justified their medium’s relevance through portraying what photographs couldn’t: nightmares, neurosis, and the unspeakable.
25 years to the day of the release of the seminal Nowhere, Ride assemble in Liverpool to make some ears bleed once more. Resident shoegazer James “Reverb” Wilkes reports.
Here comes the sound of confusion! The Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia is back and better than ever. We’re ready to have our minds blown once more.
Bass legend Mike Watt talks to FCK LDN about Iggy and the Stooges, Minutemen and his new band Cuz as he embarks on a tour across the UK.
Over 100 works by one of the most important artists of the 20th century coupled with a rare exhibition of an underrated video punk? Yes please.
Artrudge is a semi-occasional feature in which we trudge around a city looking at art. This time, we went to have a look at the Liverpool Biennial 2014.
Things get emotional in part two of our coverage of Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2014.
The strange sound psychedelia could be heard Mersey on the last weekend of September 2014 and thousands of freaks, geeks and space cadets heard its call. Our correspondent was among them.