A raft of Music Week news sees headliners Wild Beasts announce Money as support plus special edition of new album Present Tense.
The GIT Award 2014 nominated trio reveal new single, I Wear You, and video available to watch now.
Clothes horse Ralph Lauren present quite possibly the most horrific portrayal of one of our favourite things to do, Getintothis’ Peter Guy is not impressed.
Giles Peterson brings an infectious enthusiasm to FACT, Getintothis’ Laurence Thompson gets into the samba groove with Sonzeira Bam Bam Bam.
Promising a night like no other, Africa Oyé present Tamikrest at The Kazimier this November. Getintothis’ Adam Forster fills us in on what to expect from the Mali Award winners.
Getintothis teams up with Culture City for our second video exclusive – August’s best bits.
New Liverpool beatniks The Floormen dabble in arresting noise and glorious hooks, Getintothis’ Chris Hughes reflects on a gang ready to intoxicate your mind.
As the core of London’s cult funk outfit prepare for their first outing together in just under 40 years, Getintothis’ Josh Ray reflects on Cymande’s unique and lasting legacy.
Jungle announce a headline tour in 2015 with the extra special treat of a rare remix of their hit The Heat by Joy Orbison.
Miley Cyrus, Moby and J. Mascis are all set to appear with The Flaming Lips, while Bob Dylan, Roger Daltrey, The Cure and more have announced their own McCartney covers.
The long awaited second EP and first official music video from Laura James has warmed even the cockles of our hearts, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh can’t find fault with Every Little Amber.
The Flaming Lips, Woods and Traams provide Getintothis’ Paul Higham with just a portion of tasty End of the Road pie – so delightful, he’s got his 2015 early bird tickets already.
Have your sound system possessed by a strange force, Getintothis’ Sam Banks previews the latest groove from a.P.A.t.T.
It was an emotional send off for Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. at his last ever Liverpool show. But Getintothis’ Sam Banks is far from teary-eyed.
This year’s edition of the Liverpool Irish Festival boasts some of the regions most-lauded up-and-comers and a special Gaelic Halloween gig in the Palm House.
Neil Young releases anti-fracking tune recorded at the Echo Arena ahead of 4,000-strong petition to be presented at Liverpool Town Hall.
U2 dropped new album Songs Of Innocence on an unsuspecting half a billion people’s iTunes for free, Getintothis’ Ian Salmon salutes both Apple and Bono for their audacious game-changing manoeuvre.
Etches are back with another fine specimen of forbidding alt-rock, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke takes in some judicious intensity.
As Sean Lennon brings the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger to the fatherland, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson discovers there is a lot more to him than just famous parents.
Jungle Brothers bring their heroic hip hop to The Kazimier next month, Getintothis’ Neil Docking asks What U Waiting 4?
The Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2014 nominees include Damon Albarn, FKA Twigs and Kate Tempest.
Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the third Getintothis Jukebox featuring another mix of new Merseyside music, artists on tour and several tracks which have been on permanent rotation over the last week.