Meet the producers and promoters getting creative about the city's history of pushing grime and hip-hop to the margins.
Extreme circumstances in Leeds stirred up an invigorated DIY spirit that has been spreading throughout the UK’s independent music scenes.
The Curse of Bury St Edmunds: Why No Bands Ever Made It From The Town John Peel Dubbed “the New Seattle”
In 2002 Rolling Stone named it the number two “capital of culture” in the world. What happened?
A new photography exhibition from Al 'Fingers' Newman is shedding light on the 60s and 70s communities that re-shaped UK culture.
It didn't used to be this bad. What the hell went wrong?
Beyond the sterile scene in the city centre, you'll find an underground club culture that's bursting with change.
London is Britain's cultural hub. But there are important things outside of the capital too, namely the local music scenes.
We spoke to producer and editor Charlie Rees about illustrating exactly why, when it comes to music, Bristol is the capital of the South West.
Spaces like Chunk and nights like Cosmic Slop are forging a city-wide atmosphere of togetherness.