Author: James Zaremba

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February: the worst month of the year. It’s cold, summer seems a mile away and every film that comes out is Valentine’s Day themed. That being said, it’s hard to get too down-heartened when Liverpool comes correct with such a great run of festivals, concerts, parties and movie nights to help kick those winter blues to the curb.  From […]

A new cultural event for Liverpool presented by Abandon Silence and 24 Kitchen Street, the Baltic Weekender will take place between the 2nd and 4th June.  Celebrating the vibrancy and diversity that the area is now famous for, the Weekender will be taking place within a number of the Baltic Triangle’s most coveted warehouses. With both […]

The Nigerian mythic music pioneer, William Onyeabor has passed away at the age of 70. He died peacefully in his sleep following a brief illness, at his home in Enugu, Nigeria. An avant-garde synth-funk musician, a born-again Christian and a would-be film maker, William Onyeabor was many things. Mysterious to the point of legend, his music has amassed […]

The newest Melodic Distraction resident, Luke Bartlett has amassed himself a cult following of dancers in record time… While most parties have that midnight hour when the whole crowd arrives in sync, the addition of Luke to our line-up has left us scrambling to set up the door in time for a 10pm rush. Tasked with starting proceedings […]

It may be January…it may be raining…but we have a brand new Melodic Distraction Resident Mix for you to start your year! Coming from our official winter party, this mix is a tonic for tired ears. 2 hours of solid selections courtesy of a 9pm garden set from Nick & Nath. The Gottwood residents are currently whipping up a storm in Liverpool, […]

Enriching shop windows, city streets and social media pages across the North West, Mumptown’s unique poster artwork is emphatically adding colour to the musical landscapes of Liverpool and Manchester. We caught up with the man himself to discuss the marriage between his art and music; his influences and future plans.  Setting the vibe for some of the most […]

Four By Four has crept under the radar in Liverpool over its first year of running events, attracting a close knit crowd built around word of mouth and a community committed to a love for quality sample-based productions. The somewhat illusive and underground event prides itself on an eclectic roster of residents including Jenome; a DJ and producer for […]

In a year that saw us celebrate our 1st birthday with Max Graef at the historic Williamson Tunnels, bring Damiano von Erckert back to town and most recently welcome the legendary Dego and Canadian newcomer, Jayda G: we thought it only right to close out a great 12 months with a performance from a true master: an artist whose music […]

A fanfare of all things New York City, Dole II Sole looks to recreate some of that infamous Paradise Garage hedonism this Friday at Camp & Furnace. A journey back into Warhol’s Factory, Studio 54 and maybe a bit of Mancuso’s Loft, Dole II Soul boasts a sweet line-up of “been there done that” kinda guys, […]

Launching with a 10 hour electronic music festival, held across two separate venues, Distant Future is the latest creative collective to come out of Merseyside.  Formed by artists from labels across Europe (including the team behind Upitup Records), Distant Future represents itself as an “association” with a strong common vision and aesthetic. Eager to not be defined as a record […]

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