Hustle welcomed Kenny Dope to Liverpool for an special night of partying at Magnet, watch Getintothis’ Oliver Matich video capturing the action.
Ahead of FACT’s Group Therapy exhibition and an abundance of activities promoting mental health awareness in Liverpool throughout March, Getintothis’ Beth Parker talks to The Open Door Centre while pondering music and common misconceptions about the mind.
Back with his second instalment of dance and club talk, Getintothis’ Martin Hewitt proves a lot can change in one month, even if it’s the shortest month of the year.
This week’s Singles Club includes hobbit-like hippies, haircuts from hell and hairy boys pillow fighting – all in a day’s work for Getintothis’ Chris Burgess.
Sound City reveal the latest acts for May’s festival including Fat White Family, Iceage and various Liverpool talent, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke foots the bill.
Psych Fest regulars the Lucid Dream attempt to charm a tough crowd at Magnet, Getintothis’ Jamie Bowman snaps out of a trance to give us the low down.
This week’s roundup of the best new music from around the world sees Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke unearthing San Diego’s finest debutantes, a shimmering Cardiff almost-soundtrack, and the best in Norwegian alt-pop.
Reading and Leeds’ male dominated festival line up awakens Getintothis’ resident feminist Emma Walsh who asserts the problem goes right back to the playground.
Serpent Power ready a new album, track and tour, Getintothis’ Peter Guy hails the latest talismanic offering from Skeleton Key Records’ box of charms.
On a bumper night in Liverpool’s gig calendar, Slow Club’s sweet harmonies and sunny melodies had Getintothis’ Paul Fitzgerald sporting the biggest smile in the city.
Having overcome several obstacles in her life, Getintothis’ Luke Traynor sees Rumer give a triumphant performance at the Epstein Theatre.
In a special bumper Cosmic Slop, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby mulls over the highs and lows of what is advertised as “the biggest night in British music”.
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- Azymuth to bring their Brazilian jazz funk to District