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Issue 66 E-News Extra

EXPERIENCE NO WORST THERE IS NONE THIS FRIDAY
 

This Friday sees a very special event coming to the sensational setting of Liverpool Cathedral. A joint project between Bido Lito! and Ad Hoc Property Management, NO WORST THERE IS NONE is set to be a aural and visual treat for visitors to LIGHTNIGHT. An immersive experience put together by Sam and Damien Wiehl (who provide visuals to The Coral, Mugstar and Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia) with a live performance of Bill Ryder Jones' No Worst There Is None arranged by Daniel Thorne of Immix Ensemble with Liverpool Salvation Army Brass Band, Liverpool Cathedral Youth Choir and readings from volunteers from The Reader.

Emily Crawford from The Reader: “Bringing different members of the community together for a shared experience is something we're incredibly passionate about and this event is doing exactly that, we really hope it drives people's imagination.”

Read all about the event in issue 66 here and follow the conversation on #AdHocCreative.
 
YOU CAN'T BE WHAT YOU CAN'T SEE: (Miss)Representation In The Music Media

Check out Bethany Garrett’s article on the issue of gender inequality in the music media. in this months article. Our event, YOU CAN’T BE WHAT YOU CAN’T SEE: (MISS) REPRESENTATION IN THE MUSIC MEDIA, takes place on 19th May at Everyman Bistro from 8pm, as part of Writing on the Wall Festival. The event features a panel discussion and is followed by a performance from PINK KINK. Head to our website for our conversation with journalist and panel guest, Laura Snapes, on the sexism in music journalism and her own writing. 

Bethany Garrett: "If incessantly subject to the male gaze, women in the music and women in public life will continue to be unnecessarily trivialised and sexualised; their bodies and private lives regarded as public property, free bait to be commented on, judged, shamed, groped, whatever."

Tickets are still available at here and join the conversation on #MISSrep

SPECIAL EDITION SOUND CITY 2016 PODCAST

Ahead of this year's LIVERPOOL SOUND CITY festival, we've prepared a one-off Bido Lito! podcast to guide you through all of the action packed in for 2016.

Editor Christopher Torpey and Editor-in-chief Craig G Pennington talk through some highlights of the Sound City 2016 festival on 28th and 29th May at Liverpool Waters Bramley Moore Dock, including an interview with Nick Power of festival headliners THE CORAL, as well as newly-crowned Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition winners SHE DREW THE GUN. We also speak to festival COO Becky Ayres about changes to the festival for 2016, and the ever-important Sound City+ conference and business side.

Alongside all this there is music from SLEAFORD MODS, SHURA, DILLY DALLY, FLOATING POINTS and YOUNG FATHERS, as we guide you through some of the music you can look forward to during Sound City 2016.

And make sure you pick up the Dockland Pink special edition magazine on the festival site for artist interviews, previews and news of other activations on site over the weekend.

Check it out here.

READ IT YET?  OMPHALOS ETERNAL ENERGY
Don't miss the OMPHALOS - ETERNAL ENERGY exhibit, which takes place at The Invisible Wind Factory between the 19th and the 22nd of May. The show, which comes ahead of TIWF's grand opening on 27th May, is set to be a spectacle of theatre, technology, lighting, music and spirituality, a journey of discovery as much as an immersive experience. 

"TWF believe the secrets of the universe will be found in energy, frequency and vibration. Through out research we have come to a profound realisation. From that realisation comes an experience that must be shared. We invite you to join us and take a journey into the unseen."
 
Read all about it in Bido Lito! #66.
Also on bidolito.co.uk...                             
                               
Relive the action at our April Bido Lito! Social Pretty Green Presents with a special Lens Gallery featuring Sugarmen, We Are Catchers and The Probes. Get into Love ahead of From Liverpool With Love at this years Liverpool International Music Festival, which sees Johnny Echol's performing songs from the group's three LPs alongside a selection of esteemed Liverpool musicians. Over on Instagram, the Bido Lito! account has been taken over by artist Jemma Timberlake who produced the fantastic artwork for You Can't Be What You Can't See. Follow her updates as well as sketches from Mook Loxley and other Bido bits and bobs.
 
Bido Lito! x
                #PickUpThePinkOne
Issue 66 / May 2016 
Featuring: 

TRUDY AND THE ROMANCE / PLEASURE / SHURA / AD HOC CREATIVE / YOU CAN'T BE WHAT YOU CAN'T SEE / LIMF ACADEMY / SOUND CITY 2016 / SXSW / STEVE MASON / LIVE REVIEWS + much more.

Read it all HERE.



TRUDY AND THE ROMANCE 





SHURA


 


LIMF




SXSW




LIVE REVIEWS

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