Another week, another dynamite edition of the Getintothis Jukebox from our main man Gaz Jones with a handpicked pleasure from Moats frontman Matt Duncan.
A midweek thriller for Getintothis’ Neal McGrath as Natural Child head the bill at a trio of scuzzy treats at Studio 2.
They’ve a Mercury award and plenty of critical acclaim under their belt, but Getintothis’ Joe Viney is far from impressed by Alt-J.
With Liverpool Psych Fest 2014 looming on the horizon, Getintothis’ Richard Lewis takes a trip to discover some of the acts who may have slipped under the cosmic radar.
Feedback, riots, drink and drugs. Getintothis’ Andy Von Pip explores the legacy of the Jesus and Mary Chain ahead of the 25th anniversary of their seminal debut LP.
Still-nascent fivesome Gulf are already setting the press alight, but for Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke the best must be yet to come.
This week’s Singles Club sees Getintothis’ Steph Niciu get her groove on to an upcoming dance smash, become entranced by Bulgarian electronica and conclude that a certain Flying Lotus is just not her cup of tea.
Summer vibes, dreamy melodies and blissful psych-pop, Getintothis’ Christopher Hughes stumbles across a glittering gem in a vinyl basement.
There was a bit of something for everybody at the Shipping Forecast this time around, Getintothis’ Joseph Viney welcomes pain through noise.
Their name is a real mouthful, and their song titles are pretty hefty too, Getintothis’ Beth Parker tries to digest a mesmerising collaboration.
After performing in the city 25 years ago, Getintothis’ Steph Niciu witnessed the triumphant return of pop royality.
Regular visitors on the Merseyside gigging scene, Spring Offensive call it a day, much to fans and Getintothis’ disappointment.
As close to a religious experience as we’re willing to get, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh attends the church of SOHN for a superb night at The Kazimier.
Nick Cave’s latest venture to the screen is a breathtaking one, though not for those after a polite introduction, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke reflects on a labyrinthine triumph.
The famous site of the Beatles’ first ever gig is all set to return after two years of closure, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke reports.
Liverpool independent institution Mello Mello announces it is to close with immediate effect.
Rallying against anything and anyone, Getintothis’ Peter Guy reflects on one of the UK’s most exhilarating live acts.
As an eclectic mix of some lesser know acts impress, Getintothis’ Laura Coppin discovers there is a lot more to Boomtown Fair than just the music.
Christopher Owens, of Girls acclaim, is set to take the Stanley Theatre stage in November. Getintothis’ Esme Lowe whets the appetite with his new album, A New Testament.
The much-hyped producer and remixer is all set for a close-quarters Liverpool date next month.
No tears were shed as Julian Cope wowed a rapturous audience in promoting his debut novel, Getintothis’ Joseph Viney hopes his world never shuts its mouth.
A raft of Music Week news sees headliners Wild Beasts announce Money as support plus special edition of new album Present Tense.