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Following the first wave of artist announcements last November, the UK’s award-winning reggae festival, Positive Vibration, has added even more big names to its already huge line-up. After a one year hiatus, Positive Vibration

Great news for the Baltic Triangle’s music and festival scene as Positive Vibration Festival return in 2020. After a year-long hiatus, the UK’s award-winning celebration of reggae music and Jamaican culture returns to

Liverpool’s iconic Sound City, the UK’s leading independent festival and industry conference for emerging music, arts and discovery, returns for its 13 th year across Friday May 1 st – Sunday 3 rd

The Tea Street Band returned this year with their critically acclaimed new record “Frequency”. Formed in 2010, the group was founded from members of local indie band The Maybes, who had at that

Liverpool band, Silent-K are described as “Progressive safari punk from Knowsley” and the group claim to bring “new music for a silent generation”. Talking to frontman and founder Chris Taylor (AKA The Pineapple

High-energy rap duo Ross Standaloft and Leon Rhymes formed Too Many Ts and have now taken the hip-hop world by storm with their debut album ‘South City’. With performances supporting hip-hop giants such

Aimée Steven is one of Liverpool’s most exciting emerging artists and has already impressed with her debut single My Name and is now set to perform at Liverpool’s Sound City Festival. The 23-year-old

If you have been put out by the loss of Positive Vibration festival to Liverpool’s cultural calendar of 2019, do not despair because there’s plenty of reggae-related live events coming your way in

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