Why I’m Voting Green

Kieran Garrard

Continuing our series of opinion pieces around the Election on May the 7th where people we know and respect tell us who they are going to be voting for, Kieran Garrard, scouser, Liverpool fan and currently studying a Masters in International Relations and Security tells us why he is going to be voting Green… Why … Read more

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Why I’m Voting Conservative

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For a new series of opinion pieces on Lazy Genius, we have asked a series of people who we know and respect to tell us who they are voting for in the Election on the 7th of May. For our first instalment we have asked Richard Crosby to explain why he is going to be … Read more

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Your City in 2015: Bristol

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A few weeks ago we  kicked off the first in a series of City guides by having a chat with our good friend Dave McTague from Mellowtone about our spiritual home and birth place, Liverpool. Now we turn our attention to one of our more recently adopted cities, Bristol. We caught up with Meg Pope, one … Read more

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5 reasons I’m glad I’m not going to Glastonbury (2014)

File photo dated 27/06/2003 showing an aerial view of the pyramid stage and surrounding tents at the Glastonbury Festival. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday January 8, 2008. Revellers hoping for a ticket to this summer's festival will have to register their interest next month, organiser Michael Eavis announced today. See PA story ARTS Glastonbury. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

You may remember that last year we expressed our gratitude at NOT being at Glastonbury… well as the greatest festival in the world kicks off and the usual hype and excitement ensues, we thoughts we’d look at again at why we’re not actually that disappointed to not be there. Editor Tom gives his reasoning behind … Read more

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Trains, class & social etiquette

I used to live in Liverpool. Now I live in London. This will be an opinion piece (read rant) of a London-centric nature. That being said, I’d be pleased to hear your opinion no matter what part of these fine isles you call home. I consider myself to be a good commuter. By that, I … Read more

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LAZY v GENIUS – 180414

LAZY Vs GENIUS is back… and this week, unlike most, we have more GENIUS than we do LAZY… LAZY Tory councillor Barbara Driver – what a horrible human being. Hay fever – summer is nearly here! And so are streaming eyes, sneezing, blotchy skin and itching. Heartbleed Virus – apparently the worst thing to happen to the … Read more

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Merry Christmas 2013

It’s been a quiet year for Lazy Genius all in all, but we’ve enjoyed contributions from our the wonderful Emily Jane & we’ve started to dip our toes into the world of clubbing, Techno, Minimal & Deep House as well as keeping our feet firmly in the world of alternative & indie. So we’d like … Read more

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5 reasons I’m glad I’m not at Glastonbury

This weekend it feels like just about every man, woman and their pop up tent is at Glastonbury. After the usual downpours over the first few days accompanied by heavy winds; sunshine has broken through and a glorious weekend has emerged. With The Artic Monkeys headlining last night and The Rolling Stones set for a historic headline set tonight, all of this should make for intense jealously amongst people like myself. The last week has basically seen my friends (and people on my Facebook who aren’t really my friends) split right down the middle between those who are going to Glastonbury, and those who wish they were.

However, fear not those who aren’t sunning themselves on Pilton Farm this weekend, as without an ounce of bitterness or facetiousness, I have decided that I’m quite happy NOT to be at Glastonbury this weekend. And here’s why…

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We’re still a massive club, this season we have to prove it. Starting tomorrow…

Some of you may or may not know that Lazy Genius head honcho used to write regularly as a youngster for Liverpool FC fanzines and websites, running his own LFC news, opinion and forum site ‘The Anfield Shrine.’ With our new approach in 2013 to make Lazy Genius into more of a blog, we are … Read more

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Lazy Genius in 2013

Lazy Genius has always been about music, and in particular live music in Liverpool, however in 2012 due to other commitments we had to take a step  back from live music promotion and artist representation and in 2013 we are looking to develop the site as more of a blog, bringing you everything from our favourite new … Read more

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