On an evening that for once didn’t thrust you into internal submission to its breeze there was much gig activity in the ol’ town of Liverpool. On this particular evening I found myself in the always uber cool Studio 2 for a sparsely attended (undeservedly so I say) but none the less peaceable gig from the master of acoustic rants, Mr Jon Byrne.
The twilight acoustics of the venue don’t always work for every band I’ve seen in this setting but on this occasion, with the help of the mostly acoustic songs a... read more »
Regular readers of Seba Rashii Culture Online Culture Zine will know one of our favorite musicians is Neil Campbell. The Liverpool based classical guitarist and prolificperformer played a well received set at the stunning venue of St Georges Hall and we sent one of eager Culture Agents down to investigate...After a rough journey in the cold weather I arrived at my destination where peace awaited. That is, Neil Campbell and Friends live concert at the beautiful St Georges Hall. The firstcollaborator of th... read more »
On a precipitous Saturday night in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle we became Official Lamp Scientists for an evening for the launch of The Science of the Lamps new E.P. in the crisp andcomfortingsetting of Unit 51 coffee bar and a further mystery location you'll be aware of if you were there.
The Baltic Triangle is a buzzing location and on a rainy evening an array of LampScientists (as the stamp placed on entrants hands said) descended on the recently christened Unit 51 in Baltic Creative. It was here that... read more »
On the best of evenings Hoylake is a sleepy place.Whennight falls and the only shops open are hypnotically lit supermarkets the peopledisappearon cue. But there was a definite reason to brave the streets on a chilly evening recently when The Red Suns played an excellent set at local rock 'n' rollvenueGlassfire.
As the venue filled with locals the atmosphere was hotting up and when support band Slow Panda made their way to the stage the crowd drew forward making the intimate space of the venue seem even ... read more »
A rather well known song talks of manic mondays and in musical terms at least Monday 28th May was truly manic. In fact, the more appropriate word may be funky!Live Review//We The Undersigned and The Skatelites
The streets of Liverpool were unnaturally hot but the buzzing Venue One of the O2 was hotter than that. Anticipation was high as We The Undersigned took to the stage in usual mass numbers. On this occasion they were a staggering eighteen players as they filled a stage half the size the one they fi... read more »
Seba Rashii Culture caught Perri and Neil live at Eric's. Read our review below!Live Review//Perri and Neil Quartet at Eric's.
It was a calm Thursday evening I found myself making my way to the newly revived Eric’s on Mathew Street. Having not been to a show at the venue previously I was unsure what to expect. But walking down the cavernous stairs into the darkened venue I was impressed. With a design built for good sound and space enough to sit back and enjoy the music it was a good start to the evenin... read more »
Mello Mello is never aboring place as proved by the people and conversations that surround you whenyou’re there. The evening of this gig headlined by The Red Suns with supportfrom Luke Fenlon was one in particular. One corner was full of philosophy studentsdoing a quiz, in another sits a couple arguing over a crossword. Dotted aroundwere people with books, laptops and bulging shopping bags relaxing whilst thestage area was preparing for a night of music.Closing my book I made space for more discussion an... read more »
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Next To Nowhere.
Those of you who have committed the requisite good deed to hold MASHEMON’s album Disposal Music in your paws will know it’s a good listen, and those who paid the requisite sum to enter this benefit gig for Catalyst Media’s Nerve Magazine saw a perfor... read more »