Tomorrow is the date for the next Listening Sessions LIVE event! Amongst the wicked artists we have coming down are relatively new Listening Sessions heads Illspirit and HRMX, part of the After Hour Audio crew.
We couldn’t have asked for a better turn out for our 1st LIVE event! It brought together the sounds of Hip-hop, Funk, Ragga, Reggae, Dubstep, Jungle and DnB together with the Listening Sessions regulars on creating a truly special vibe through both live performances and DJ sets
Here’s a recording from the LIVE Session on the 6th of June, when Sigmund Freud and Joe Corfield from The Oddysee collective came and brought some pure vibes! It was one the highlights of the night without a doubt and we are looking forward to
After the massive success of the 1st LIVE at the beginning of this month we couldn’t wait to have another so its back again with another amazing line up of Listening Sessions regulars To celebrate the progress of Listening Sessions, LIVE is an event where
Local beatmaker Kouben is dishing out this awesome remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me” for free!
SPD (real name Will Sheppard) is a Liverpool based producer who originates from Birmingham, and has made the trip down to showcase his music several times at Listening Sessions.
With summer on the way, the sun was still up when we started this Session and with both new comers and regulars making the list it was a full house! Make sure to check out the playlist featuring tracks that were played on the night http://listeningsessions.co.uk/playlist-listening-sessions-5614/
Listening Sessions regular Mathieson is kindly giving away one of his own tracks!
June’s Listening Sessions had one of the best vibes yet – the evening sun shining down onto PST rooftop lit the place up and made the place feel good!
To celebrate the first Listening Sessions LIVE event on Friday and the launching of the new website, we have teamed up with local fanzine Futurepast to organise a little like and share competition with some great prizes up for grabs! First prize: A copy of “The Light Of Day”