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.
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”.
Creamfields 2015 reveals Chase & Status, Chemical Brothers, Avicii and more for August Bank Holiday weekend
Creamfields 2015 returns with three days of world-beating dance heavyweights, Getintothis has the full line up.
Spiritualized headline Liverpool Psych Fest 2015 plus plenty of other galactic goodies.
Ahead of their Liverpool Sound City 2014 slot, Getintothis’ Lauren Jones reflects on Merseyside’s new earthy wonders The Tenements.
Fawning over the feminist soundtrack of the year, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh catches up with GIT Award nominee #6 Roxanne L Jones.
After netting a deal with Heavenly Recordings, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson sees Hooton Tennis Club at their triumphant single launch.
With Echo & the Bunnymen back where it all began, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke took to the Philharmonic to see if the Liverpool legends have still got the magic.
Raw, uncompromising and defiantly avant-folk, Getintothis’ Paul Higham reports on an epic Richard Dawson gig – and contemplates the possibility of another Beelzebubbian pact.
- Jesus and Mary Chain: We didn’t get within a million miles of the establishment
- Silent Sleep talk second album Stay The Night, Stay The Morning Too plus listen to two new tracks
- Goatwhore talk life on the road and whether Europe is better than the US
- Ian McNabb: Still smirtin’ and spurtin vitriol in 2014