|With less than two months to go until the tenth and final Threshold Festival of Music & Arts the team have revealed their first wave of acts expected to grace stages and exhibition walls alike on April 3 and 4 in Liverpool.
Folk hero Nick Ellis, London based electronic pop duo Empathy Test and Liverpool noise trio BARBEROS will give some flavour of the range of acts still to come, while Dumfries based The Lutras will provide the guitar driven indie rock. TEE, Blue Saint and Emilio PInchi will represented some incredible young male solo talent in the city.
A firm Threshold favourite and rising star Chinchilla who stormed the stage at Best Before in 2019 returns after performing to 10,000 at the Estonian Music Awards in January.
In an exclusive to Threshold Festival, producing legend Steve Levine will be talking to BBC 6 Music DJ Chris Hawkins with a masterclass on the art of record production. Steve Levine has a track record that includes Culture Club, The Beach Boys and a massive array of pop acts spanning a career now entering a sixth decade.
Fresh from a Marc Riley Maida Vale live session on BBC 6 Music and supporting Franz Ferdinand at the Roundhouse last year, wonderful deviants Barry will perform on the Beers for Queers stage at District on Friday night.