Wednesday 18th March
Spill Yer Tea – Constellations (35-39 Greenland Street) – 7pm
Third instalment of experimental Live Art and Performance Art in Liverpool.
SPILL YER TEA is presented by DRIP; an accessible and all-inclusive artist led platform, supporting the creation and presentation of new and exciting Live Art and Performance Art works in the North West.
We provide an open supportive platform for emerging and established artists, students and graduates and collectives and groups to share new artwork that is either ready-to-go, or is in its developmental stages. Our audiences are welcome to provide written feedback on all work presented.
The platform is unfunded / artist led. We suggest a £5.00 entry fee on the door, however any individuals experiencing financial hardship will not be turned away. We also offer a pay forward scheme for those who wish to purchase a ticket for someone else. Proceeds are used to pay for all costs incurred for the production of the event. Any additional profit is equally shared between contributors and artists involved.
Thursday 19th March
Sid Griffin, Calum Gilligan, Thom Morecroft – 81 Renshaw – 7:30pm
Heaven’s Gate and 81 Renshaw are proud to present, for the music loving community of Liverpool and Merseyside, the welcome return to Liverpool of US Americana legends Peter Case and Sid Griffin. When they played at 81 in May 2019 they were phenomenal and left a full house delighted and yearning for more. Well, here it is so don't miss out. This will be an amazing night of live music with two brilliant artists.
The Grammy nominated Case first drew notice in rock groups The Nerves and The Plimsouls but since 1986 Case has been a solo singer-songwriter, usually appearing alone, with a dozen solo albums in his catalogue. He has collaborated with a Who’s Who of USA notables including T-Bone Burnett, Van Dyke Parks, Roger McGuinn, The Heartbreakers, as well as David Hidalgo of Los Lobos.
British audiences know Sid Griffin from the Long Ryders and his frequent appearances on both BBC radio and TV as a pundit. Griffin has three solo albums out, the last being The Trick Is To Breathe, an album Uncut magazine named Americana Album of the Month, writing “…it is a high-water mark in a career which has always celebrated traditional American music with eloquence and boundless enthusiasm.
Milo Seabird EP Launch – Studio 2 Parr Street – 8pm
Mellowtone presents, with Campbell L Sangster and Ben Burke in support.
Getintothis Social with Cow, Bandit, Louise Evans – District 61 Jordan Street – 7pm
Joining our house band, Coffee Shop John and the Silver Spoons will be the venerable riff inspired COW, up and coming garage-rock four-piece Bandit, with spoken word provided by Louise Evans. Don’t forget PG’s Tremendous Quiz, either. Free entry event.
Cancelled - Ostara: Bonnacons of Doom & Pale Rider – Kazimier Stockroom – 8:30pm
Ostara: the matriarchal triple goddess signifying transitions of time and season.
After touring their Trans-Pennine Hypnotics around the UK and Europe Bonnacons of Doom return to Liverpool to play their first hometown headline show in over two years for the first event of a series of ritualistic performances marking the turning of the circle of the year. Ostara is a celebration of the spring equinox, a summoning of light from darkness in the bleakest of times, a call for collective joy, transcendence and resistance. Joining the communion are the incredible Pale Rider.
Friday 20th March
Little Shop of Horrors Immersive Screenings – VideOdyssey – 7pm
"Feed me Seymour, feed me!!" Join us for an immersive screening of 1986 classic movie Little Shop Of Horrors. This March sees the return of Audrey II at VideOdyssey... as we open a pop up Mushnik's florist, which you can visit, take pictures and see the alien blossom inside our TV studio cinema.
Just be 'sure' not to get too close! Featuring other interactive elements on the night - including actors playing the movies iconic characters. Sing-a-long to the comedy musical starring Rik Moranis, Ellen Greene and an electrifying performance by Steve Martin as the dentist. There will be themed Little Shop Of Horrors COCKTAILS available, which will have you dancing in the aisles.
Directed by Mr Yoda himself aka Frank Oz, this is one of our video shop era faves and we're delighted to bring it to our film studio big screen, as part of the BFI Musicals season, for your viewing pleasure. Not to forget that you can feel blooming marvellous with all the FREE PLAY arcade machines you can eat in our VideOdyssey member's arcade bar. There are 2 dates - the 20th and 21st of March:
Eat Me + Preach! Mother’s Day Edition – District (61 Jordan Street) – 8pm
HOSTED BY The Hot Young Gold-Digging Step Mom of the Haus of Eat ME - MISS KEVIN LE GRAND & ailing spinster PENNY LANE! AND FEATURING:
AND DJ SETS from from Marilyn Misandry andd founder and spinstress supreme of queer POC Party, Rebecca Never Becky…MIX_STRESS !
We’re ushering in the matriarchy, the gynocracy (some mothers DO have em!) , the mother of all hallmark holidays, the end and the beginning of mankind...
We will also be serving you a deeelishos 3 course, vegan, homo-cooked meal, JUSTA LIKEA MAMA used to make it, courtesy of The Guac n Roll Kitchen:
BIG MUMMA’S MENU
Breakfast in Bed Bagel
Luscious cream cheeze smothered bagel topped with homemade smoked salmon Lox, dill + caper dressing and peashoots with a wedge of lemon! O, mama! (V)
New orleans style pepper gumbo stew with okra, sliced brats and spicy chorizo sausage crumble served over fluffy white rice. Life giving! (V)
Good Mum's go to Ice Cream
The mother of all choc chip cookie Ice cream sandwiches. Finished with sprinkles and decorated with love! (V)
Court and Spark (the Joni Mitchell Songbook) – Capstone Theatre – 7:30pm
“Condemned to wires and hammers, strike every chord that you feel
That broken trees and elephant ivories conceal”.
- Joni Mitchell - Judgement of the Moon and Stars
Singer, songwriter, painter, poet, activist and voice of a generation, Joni Mitchell is an essential part of the soundtrack to the twentieth-century. She grew up with folk music in the 60s, she railed against injustice in the 70s - she turned her autobiography into song in the 80s and reinvented herself in the 90s. Court and Spark – the Joni Mitchell Songbook will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon , Clouds , For the Roses , Blue and Court and Spark , to the cool, evocative sounds of The Hissing of Summer Lawns , Hejira , Mingus and Turbulent Indigo .
Satin Beige – Jimmy’s – 7:30pm
Satin Beige brings her Soul R&B Pop to Jimmys for her first headline show in 2020. Satin is a singer songwriter who performs with her cello and her band, a new rising star on the music scene
Silent-K – the Baltic Social – 7:30pm
“Intergalactic Safari Park Punks SILENT-K return with another dose of rock n rollercoaster cartoon-pop-art. Special guest performances from David Silcock and Resonator Force ....BRING THE NO!SE.”
Harold Nono album launch – worldwide online
Harold Nono - "We're Almost Home" - CD (+ digital) album launch
Musica in Quarantena – Milan / broadcast worldwide - ongoing
QUARANTINE MUSIC #milanononsiferma
From midnight on Friday 6 March until the end of the quarantine
50 Milanese and international artists already confirmed
Would you like to participate? Send your music to email@example.com
The event will be held behind closed doors given the regional ordinance that prohibits any type of public event.
All live and DJ sets can be followed live online on the Facebook and instagram profiles of the Temple of the Lost Future and all the artists involved
Caribou – will now take place later in the year, instead of 1st April, at IWF
Lee Scratch Perry – 24 Kitchen Street date pushed back until October 17th
The Who – no new date yet for Arena show that was meant to be April 6th
Palace – tour axed, date at Arts Club cancelled
The Snuts – instore signing at Phase One cancelled
Shaun Martin – Snarky Puppy member’s tour date at IWF on March 22 cancelled.
Athe: Oli XL – postponed until later in the year, will still go ahead at QUARRY, though not on 21st March.
Look out for Threshold & Sound City announcements.
Tuesday 10th Film – Nina Simone Live in Montreux 1976 7pm Stockroom
Nina Simone at her uncompromising best. Free screening.
Thursday 12th Zanzibar – Madi Davis/Amelia/Evie Wright/Benji Riggs – Sould/rnb/pop hosted by Sumati 7.30pm
Thursday 12th Sweaty Palms/Uncle Jane/Beija Flo @ Quarry 7.30
Friday 13th – Luna Hello Earth EP Launch 7pm
With Twin Galaxies and Ola Szmidt
Friday 13th Stockroom – Vogue.Noir 7.30pm
New wave/post punk influenced music. Reminds me of M83
Friday 13th – Kode 9 White Hotel 9 hour set 10pm
Friday 13th Jim Moray @ Ullet Road Unitarian Church 7.30pm
With Tom Moore on fiddle
Critically acclaimed English folk artist and producer.
Saturday 14th Video Nasties/Chinsniffer/Shuck @ Sound. Metal and heavy 7.30pm
March 27th Arborist + Dan Wilson & The Counterfactuals 8pm - Alternative country troubadours
Matting @ Stockroom 7pm
3 Interdisciplinary and collaborative performances featuring –
Monday Extra Soul Perception @ Kitchen Street 7pm
In association with Africa Oye, ESP is a collaborative project exploring new tangents in soul music with 8 innovative artists from the UK, Kenya & Uganda.
Maxwell Owin (UK), Lynda Dawn (UK), Lex Amor. (UK), Labdi (Ke), Karun (Ke), K15 (UK), Hibotep (Ug) and Faizal Mostrixx (Ug)
Following a week-long writing camp in Nairobi, the artists return to the UK for a three-date tour to perform #newtangents together.
MAI MAI MAI/Luke Mawdsley + Bog Butter/Lupini @ Stockroom 8pm
Italian Occultist Drone Master/Mesange guitarist debuts new material with new band/DJ and Melodic Distraction boss LUPINI presents an experimental live sampling cdj mixing show.
Liverpool International Jazz Festival 2020 will be the eighth edition of the Festival and will run from Thurs 27th Feb - Sun 1st March 2020.
Featured artists include London based jazz collective Cykada (Thurs 27th Feb), Netherlands innovators Tin Men and the Telephone (Fri 28th Feb), Indo-jazz innovator Sarathy Korwar (Sat 29th Feb), boisterous Belgian iconoclasts Blow 3.0 (Sat 29th Feb), a concert of groove based music from Martin Archer's Anthropology Band (Sun 1st March) and a closing performance from saxophonist Tony Kofi (Sun 1st March), whose quartet's set will focus on his work with the legendary Ornette Coleman.
Along the way there are support sets from up and coming bands, with a strong focus on original music, including sets from Yaatri (Leeds), Beyond Albedo (Leeds), Hippo (Bristol), Moonmot (Switzerland/UK) and Blind Monk Theory? (Liverpool).
Friday 28th – Sunday 1st March - Electronic Sound Summit @ The Waterfront
Masterclasses/Talks/Discussions on issues such as
Making a living as an electronic artist, Wellbeing, Radio and live stream, the Liverpool City Region and sound system culture
Alfa Mist/Anti Social Jazz Club @ IWF 7pm
Piano led jazz with hip hop influences and strong grooves.
Spine #20 PC WORLD/LONESAW/JOHN-ROBI BOLD @ Q U A R R Y @ 7.30pm
6 March – K Lone @ Best Before (behind Constellations) 10pm in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support
K Lone – London based techno/jungle DJ and co founder of the label Wisdom Teeth
13th March – LUNA EP Launch: Hello Earth @ St. Bride’s Church 7pm
Gill Landry – Philharmonic Music Room – 8pm
Award-winning Old Crow Medicine Show contributing singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and First Aid Kit collaborator performs in an intimate setting.
Junior Brother – Studio2 Parr Street – 7pm
Confessional, good-natured new acoustic music from Ireland.
Get Into This Social – District – 7pm
The Getintothis Social Launch Party at District featuring Motel Sundown and Douglas Savage. John Witherspoon, our resident host will perform jams and originals as Coffee Shop John & The Silver Spoons - his revolving band. There will also be spoken word from Cath Holland - and more to be revealed. Also happening on the night will be PG's Tremendous Quiz plus DJs. This is a free event so do get involved.
Dan Disgrace, Lotte, Nikki Kand, Maren – Zanzibar – 7:30pm
Sumati presents some of the undisputed best of Liverpool, including smart-dressed serenader Dan D.
Ensemble 10/10 – St. George’s Hall Concert Room – 7:30pm
Contemporary chamber music concerned with the plight of nature and the environment, featuring new work by Duncan Ward (he himself conducting), Samantha Fernando and Brett Dean, alongside a more senior serialist composition by Anton Webern.
Dry Cleaning – Shipping Forecast – 7:30pm
Long-time friends and seasoned jobbing musicians formed this group in South London, mixing spoken word (performed by lecturer, artist and researcher Florence Shaw, who fronts the group) and spikey lo-fi post-punk that nods at Americana and angular guitar work.
Looking ahead: Saturday 21st March
Oli XL – Quarry (17 Love Lane)
A Party with Athe at a new venue off Liverpool’s North Docks.
PZYK 2020 IWF SATURDAY MAY 16 1pm
ALTIN GÜN / SNAPPED ANKLES / THE LOVELY EGGS / BLACK COUNTRY, NEW ROAD / W.H. LUNG / VANISHING TWIN
Very international line up – Anatolian rock(Altin Gun), psych punk from Lancaster9the lovely eggs), Taureg trance from Niger (Kel Assouf), heavy garage from Hong Kong (Gong Gong Gong)
Wednesday 12th What Happened to Agnes @ Stockroom 7.30pm
'What Happened to Agnes' brings to life the vivid imagination of singer and story-teller Nishla Smith, as she spins her grandmother’s Malaysian childhood memories into a magic-realist realm of talking tigers, hidden dangers and infinite staircases. Set against the vibrant backdrop of Luca Shaw's hand-painted projections and a stunning piano score from Tom Harris, Nishla's haunting songs bewitch and enchant, drawing the listeners ever deeper into a dark world of lost memories.
Moor Mother/Iceboy Violet/Algernon Cornelius @ The White Hotel, Salford 7.30pm
Moor Mother is touring the world and collaborating prolifically, performing what is described as techno gospel, as it incorporates highly politicised poetry and black holes of sound that chart centuries of abuse against black people. I can’t adequately describe the depth and pertinence of what she’s doing but this is a must.
Thursday 13th Ambient Night 3 @ Outpost 7.30pm
Neverbody/Nick Branton/JD Roberts
Instrumental post rock/sonically delicate free improve/dark ambient
Thursday 13th Culture Deck: Live Sessions @ 24 Kitchen Street 7pm
Showcasing emerging soul, r&b, hip hop and rap.
Saturday – Victoria Waterloo – midnight daisies at the Victoria, Waterloo
Saturday 15th – Garage – DR. Banana @ Astral/North Shore Troubadour 10pm
Sunday 16th – Garage Punk @ Outpost – Nosebleed, Tim Loud & The Terrorpins, & Sheepy. 7.30pm
24h Feb – Extra Soul Perception @ 24 Kitchen Street
Africa Oyé and 24 Kitchen Street will present the Liverpool debut of Extra Soul Perception on 24th February; a collaborative project exploring new tangents in soul music with eight innovative artists.
In November 2019, the artists from Kenya, Uganda and the UK spent a week in Nairobi together making an album at Supersonic Africa.
The result was a spread of music that reflected the range of backgrounds, interests and skills in the group; from acapella harmonies, soft spoken word, transcendental gqom, razor sharp swahili rap, bumping broken beat and beguiling RnB.
It is : Independent Venue Week dot com
Monday 27th Jan
VEXED + Godeater – the Jacaranda – 7:30pm
Crossover technical / thrash metal / hardcore from two big-sounding acts. Very metal indeed.
Infants, Mincemeat, Innadaze, KIN – The Zanzibar – 7:30pm
More heaviness from locally-spawned fuzz fans. This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Zanzi, so heading down in support would be nice.
Tuesday 28th Jan
Yammerer and others – Phase One – 7:30pm
The Fall meets a new take on the Deustch-rock motorik sound in these repetition enthusiasts.
Wednesday 29th Jan
The Interrupters + Buster Shuffle + The Skints – o2 Academy – 7pm
That Cali flavour of two-tone ska-meets-punk is back and the femme-fronted Interrupters are the ones bringing it to our town. Sure to feature local trumpets punks in support. An all ages / 8+ gig!
Thursday 30th Jan
Ali Horn – Handyman Pub – 7pm
Psych-folk tinged local songwriting talent doing the IVW thing and playing at this Smithdown boozer.
Kokoroko (sold out!) – Gorilla (Manchester) – 7pm
Our friends mixing West Africa’s current experimental sounds, honourable mention to show faves.
Giant Drag – The Deaf Institute (Manchester) – 7:30pm
Honourable mention number two goes to the indie-rock dear Annie Hardy coming out of retirement for her Resurrection Tour.
30th Birthday – Zanzibar Club – 7pm
Zanzi's been at the heart of Liverpool music scene since it's establishing in 1990. This year, we celebrate 30 years of being home to touring acts and upcoming talent, and we're doing it with a bang!
On Friday 31st January we're throwing a massive birthday party, and everyone is invited! Expect Live Rock'n'Roll, Alternative, Hip Hop and DJs.
Come party, celebrate the old and the new, and let's have a ball!
P.S. it will be the perfect way to check out how we've done up the venue refurb as well!
Part of IVW
Rongorongo + others – Phase One – 7:30pm
Liverpool acts abound as friends of the show Rongorongo headline the Seel Street record shop. A Skeleton Key Records takeover for IVW, so expect live acts of a similar ilk and quality to our faves.
Poison Point + Lonesaw + God On My Right + Jezebel – The Stockroom – 7pm
Local goth experts Double Echo host: Coldwave and Electronic Body Music from France, Industrial and post-punk from Lonesaw who are based here, including our Artist of the Month Jezebel who also performs solo. Dark Electronic Pop from GOMR round out the evening of foggy moody bangers with Double Echo acting as DJs too.
Saturday 1st Feb
Sonic Yootha – 24KS – 9pm
Shaun Duggan, Ian Usher, John Aggy, Tracy Wilder and Andrew Winder all take spin class at this month’s edition of SY – the very first of 2020. The infamous Baltic Area dj/dance party for drag shows, don’t-knows, and everyone in between.
BFI Musicals: Zero Patience – Metal – 6:30pm
Pay what you like for this 1993 Canadian satire about the AIDS epidemic, with intro and chat.
Green Tangerines + Fumar Mata + others – Craft Taproom – 5pm
An all-dayer for IVW. Going til 2am with a load of locals.
Jah Wobble& the Invaders of the Heart – Cavern – 7pm
Former PiL bass-maestro and PMS heart-throb, Jah W is a quasi-locally dwelling head, just a short hop away in greater Lancashire, over the Mancunian way.
Strawberry Guy – Ditto Coffee – 6pm
Top of the bedroom pops list with the touring keys player of Liverpool/Halifax transplants the Orielles, it’s Alex Stephens a.k.a. Strawberry Guy. It’s a pleasure to see a new venue open its doors to live music programming in the form of this Jamaica Street café playing host to synth and synth-string driven bendy/woozy songcraft that the city has a current penchant for. Spaces are limited to 30 so you may have to join an online waiting list for tickets. Bit of a squeeze.
Luke Vibert, Ceephax Acid Crew, Posthuman, Jacques Malchance – 24 Kitchen – 10pm
I Love Acid bring their heartfelt brand to Liverpool for the first time, offering up live sets aplenty from electro and acid-techno stalwarts.
Sambroso All Stars present The Buena Vista – 24 Kitchen – 7pm
Also on the same night, immediately before, is a contemporary re-imagining of the world-renound Cuban jazz project Buena Vista Social Club, with a Havana-to-London take on the famous record.
Kornel Kovacs – 24 Kitchen – 10pm
The off-kilter, playful Swedish-born electronica producer KK comes to lift January spirits with his Stockholm-inspired sounds: a kind of kaleidoscopic boombox-ready filter-y electro-house with warm pads and swells underpinning it all. Local favourite Breakwave is on open-up in support.
Independent Venue Week – Monday 27th Jan to Sunday 2nd Feb
Tuesday 28th: Wire – Band on the Wall (Manchester) – 7:30pm
Thursday 30th: Roam – Phase One – 7pm
Sunday 2nd Feb: Sinead O’Brien & Egyptian Blue – Birkenhead Library – 2:30pm
Sunday 2nd Feb: Sumati Sunday with Brad Stank, MC Nelson, Yanna – The Zanzibar – 6:30pm
Thursday 6th Feb
Fatoumata Diawara – Leaf (Bold St.) – 7:30pm
Jan 9th Field Music Instore at Phase One
Sunderland Rockers launching their new album ‘Making A New World’
Jan 12th Body Void / Bismouth / Bodies On Everest Stockroom
Sludge/Drone/Doom/Difficult and Draining Dungeon Wave
Jan 22nd Catrin Finch & Cimarron @ Music Room
After ten years this collaboration returns. Catrin Finch – harp and Cimarron perform joropo dance music from the cattle rearing plains of Oinoco, traditional music with a heritage of African, Spanish and indigenous cultures. A Rare Chance.
Jan 31st Poison Point(France)/Lonesaw/God On My Right/Jezebel Stockroom
Feb 3rd Isobel Campbell Music Room
Belle & Sebastian, Gentle Waves and Mark Lanegan Fame. New Album There Is No Other
Feb 7th Sandy Alex G Phase One
Phillidelphia musician brings his inventive indie guitar pop
Feb 8th Emotion Wave 16 @ Carnival Tasting Room (Lime Street) (Elecronica/Ambient)
Alex Teleko – Twin Galaxies – Lo Five – Spirit Level
Feb 8th Chemtrail Party Mix Zanzibar Bang Donk Rave Hardcore
Cyriak/DJ Gurl Power/Bong & Furness/Monad/Gocman/Simon Jones
Feb 1st Monochrome Set @ Jimmys
Influential post punk group
Feb 1st Sonic Youtha @ 24 Kitchen Street
A monthly new wave, old rave, disco, retro, rock, pop and soul social for homos, heteros, drag shows & don’t knows.
29th Feb LIJF at Capstone – Sarathy Korwar
Sarathy Korwars album More Arriving is a fusion of different and sometimes conflicting aspects of his life – injecting his experiences with south Asian jazz and indian classical musicians and of being an Indian in Britian.
Boris & Arabrot – Gorilla (Manchester) – 7:30pm
Dose of heavy: Japan’s drone/doom/sludge/noise trio of lore BORIS come through to a medium-sized venue along with Norway’s Arabrot in tow. As one of the motivations behind much-lauded PMS detuned faves Sunn 0))), Boris are amplifier worshippers of the highest order.
Holato Showcase – Phase One – 7:30pm
A Manchester/Liverpool coming-together as hip-hop collective Birds & Bees host an evening promising an injection of modern, innovative, afrobeat and jazz inflected music.
Matt Anderson Quartet – The Jacaranda – 8pm
Roving Liverpool Ropewalks-oriented live night ParrJazz visits the Jacaranda Club with a four-piece followed by open improv session.
Live Lounge – Outpost Liverpool – 6pm
Hosted by BlackFest, the Live Lounge showcases poetry and lyricism in a comfortable setting.
Peach Fuzz – Cavern Club – 8pm
BBC Merseyside’s Dave Monks holds the final BBC Introducing… Liverpool night of the year with a triplet of interesting Merseyside-based guitar groups: the Peach Fuzz, who deal in frazzled post-punk; country-tinged tongue-in-cheek of Kangaroos; and Stratocaster-slinging singer/songwriter Pixey. Free entry – but sign up using the skiddle link.
Double Echo Album Launch – Kazimier Stockroom – 7pm
Liverpool’s most faithfully gothic group Double Echo have LP number four ‘Burning in Blue’ ready to release, and so offer this free concert with local openers Oh Well, Goodbye!
Flying Luttenbachers – Kazimier Stockroom – 8pm
Weasel Walter’s pulverising, tamed-chaos, drum-led jazz/metal/noise project now contains saxophonist Matt Nelson, bassist Tim Dahl, and guitarist Alex Ward, providing deranged, non-linear intensity with the fast and detailed sound of latest offering Shattered Dimension (their first recording in 12 years) making for the nexus of this tour. A complete spread of local and otherwise talent acts as the supporting cast: Jezebel of Mal and Lonesaw debuts solo material for computer, electronics and brass; Yossarians journey over from Manchester to provide one-dynamic fun.
House for the Homeless – 24 Kitchen Street – 8pm
Insatiable disco enthusiast James Morgan invites folk in for the last 8 hours of a 24-hour-long stretch of DJing raising funds for the Whitechapel Centre and Crisis. Good guy, great cause.
Andy Stott, Demdike Stare, Micachu – The White Hotel (Salford) – 23:59…
Another triple hit from team TWH and Project 13. UK hard techno is beyond reprieve when it comes to Andy Stott; veritable national treasure, composer and producer Micachu provides a DJ set; the grim M62-centred post-club extrapolations of Demdike Stare arguably provide the focus of the night – though at what cost to the body clock.
Looking ahead: NYE / 31st December
The Final New Year’s Eve – Constellations – 9pm
Crazy P Sound System heads up the last party at the beloved Greenland Street venue, one that has seen myriad developments come and go in the surrounding area of the Baltic Triangle in Liverpool, so shed a tear as the wonderful Constellations opens and shuts shop for good – but not without bright plans for round the corner. Melodic Distraction family provide the backbone of supporting DJ duties.
Stealing Sheep @ Stockroom 11th-13th
Local electro-popstars have three intimate nights in Liverpool
Friday 13th Pharcyde @ IWF
Hear the acclaimed debut album from The Pharcyde, ‘Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde’ performed in its entirety with FATLIP & Slimkid3.
The Pharcyde are an alt-hip hop group from LA.
Their debut ‘Bizarre Ride II’ and J Dilla inspired follow up ‘Labcabincalifornia’ featured some of the most memorable singles in Hip-Hop; ‘Passin Me By’, ‘Yo Mamma’ and J Dilla produced ‘Runnin’ and ‘Drop’ all of which will be performed by original members Fatlip and Slimkid3 at this incredible show.
Friday 13th Horsemeat Disco / Sonc Youtha @ 24 Kitchen Street
Iconic London queer collective Horse Meat Disco are back in the kitchen
Expect a glittering disco behemoth of classics, italo, house, oddities, and Afro.
In support, of course, are local sex symbols Sonic Yootha
Friday 13th Mik Artistik @ Sound 7.30pm
Surreal and amusing songs and lo fi jams
Saturday 14th Soundwalk 3.30 Queens Square
Queens Square Centre – route will be indoors and outdoors, and will have aspects of the social world and commercial world. What does pedestrianisation sound like?
Saturday 14th Cow/The Shunt/ Huxley (alt rock) Brick Street 7.30pm free entry
Saturday 14th Blind Monk Theory? @ The Spot 8pm
Saturday 14th SisBis x Madnice @ Meraki 10pm
Come and dance festive with NTS Radio host, BBC Asian Network resident and Karate Black Belt: Nabihah Iqbal.
Let the musician, producer, DJ, radio broadcaster, Ethnomusicologist and all-round wonderful person take you from House to Jazz, Hip-Hop and Disco.
Sunday 15th – Mothmas @ Stockroom 7pm
Hosted by Vice Moth, music, food, moth making Djs, live acts
Bantam Lions, Chloe Mullet, Isocore, Vice Moth, Fright Wig, Simon Jones
29th February – Liverpool International Jazz Festival - Sarathy Korwar @ The Capstone Theatre
19th March 2020 - Vula Viel @ The Capstone Theatre
11th December 2020 - Heaven 17 @ O2 Academy
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