As we gear up for the 2015 Grammys, Getintothis’ Steph Niciu and Chris Burgess take a look at some of the best performances over the years.
British hip-hop’s most hyped new force will begin their latest tour with a sensational booking at Skelmersdale Library, Getintothis’ Angus Clark has the details on a gig that’s definitely not to be missed.
Liverpool music enters a transitional phase, which as Getintothis’ Peter Guy explains makes this year’s annual Ones To Watch list even more intriguing.
With album number nine appearing this week and the agonising wait for their Sound City headline slot ever shortening, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke and Matthew Wood pick ten of the best from the superlative Belle & Sebastian.
Once feared and renowned for their subversive and terror-inducing reputation, Getintothis’ Laura Coppin found less danger and more well-honed slickness when Slipknot played the Echo Arena.
Coupling the finest of Morrissey-isms with post-punk at its most lusciously fuzzy, Joseph Coward’s debut is something to be savoured, Getintothis’ Matthew Wood takes it in.
In his inaugural Cosmic Slop column, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby mulls over the need or demand for portable music players in a digital world.
With her latest album Bloody Rain having garnered significant critical acclaim, Getintothis’ Paul Higham saw the light in Sarah Jane Morris’ African-inspired and jazz-inflected songs of social injustice.
On a dark and wintry January evening, Getintothis’ Zach Jones sought shelter from the storm in the Blade Factory as Colour triumphantly launched their new EP.
The North West dominated the UK Festival Awards, with that in mind, Getintothis’ Paul Higham beats the winter blues by looking ahead to 2015’s major events.
With new single Crocodile making waves in the air and online, Getintothis’ Alan O’Hare snaps at the heels of a young songwriter with the, erm, bark to match his bite.
As The Game’s groundbreaking rap album The Documentary reaches its tenth birthday, Getintothis’ Joel Richards discusses the making of it and reflects on its legacy.
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- GIT Award Launch 2015: Låpsley, Chemistry Lane, Queen Maud, V e e d: Kitchen Street, Liverpool
- GIT Award 2015 launch party featuring Låpsley set to show off region’s finest new artists
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