At a celebratory night for London label Hyperdub, Getintothis’ Chris Burgess witnessed a prophecy come true at Liverpool Music Week.
Liverpool Music Week 2014: Wild Beasts, Money, Gwilym Gold, Nimmo and the Gauntletts: O2 Academy, Liverpool
Wild Beasts swoon for a rapturous Liverpool Music Week crowd, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson joins in the swell and asks, ‘Who needs a Mercury nomination, anyway?’
Exclusive: Listen to Shellsuit’s Level Sands taken from second album Wednesday Morning, Bootle Strand
Shellsuit are back with a beautiful new album which cements their winsome sound, Getintothis’ Alan O’Hare hops on the bus to Bootle Strand reflecting on new track Level Sands.
Hip hop’s most socially conscious duo, Dead Prez, debut at The Kazimier went down with full force, Getintothis’ Beth Parker was there to watch, listen and learn from the political rap oracles.
Liverpool Music Week’s Closing Party hosts the fourth annual GIT Award launch, Getintothis’ Paul Higham on the party unfolding at 24 Kitchen Street.
It’s our eleventh weekly round-up of the greatest in the internet’s unheard hits, with Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke on individualist electronica, French rock ‘n’ roll and unfaltering new pop.
Glaswegian indietronica outfit Errors kept up the relentless Liverpool Music Week pace at the Kazimier, Getintothis’ Paul Higham is lost in the fuzz.
Lusciously louring minimalist post-punk snarlers, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke delves into the leaden new grooves of RongoRongo.
Scottish trio Young Fathers scoop the Mercury, Getintothis’ Peter Guy reflects on this year’s Prize.
VEYU unveil the final track from their majestic debut EP, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke takes in the quartet’s latest masterstroke.
With another sterling single just out, a debut album imminent and a huge homecoming show set for November, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke speaks to Circa Waves’ Kieran Shudall.
With an upcoming Anglican Cathedral date in their sights, Anathema descended on Manchester Academy for a typically breathtaking performance, Getintothis’ Laura Coppin on the Liverpool leviathons.
With LMW affairs well underway, The Antlers unleashed yet more euphoria on a baying Kazimier crowd, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke took it all in.
Jerusalem In My Heart brought their ambient, Arabic and psychedelic audio-visual show to the Kazimie, Getintothis’ Paul Higham soaks up this unique occasion.
Liverpool Sound City’s move to the Docks maybe a sink or swim situation, however, Getintothis’ Beth Parker insists, that despite the obvious drawbacks it’s a sea change which is needed.
Hookworms head up a ferocious affair in Liverpool, Getintothis’ Mark Greenwood reports on his worst modernist nightmare – and it’s positively dreamy.
Tune-Yards make return to city after three year absence, Getintothis’ Peter Guy with the exclusive.
Sound City 2015 abandons Liverpool city centre for Bramley Moore Dock while revealing cult icons Belle & Sebastian as headliners, Getintothis’ Peter Guy reports.
Hypnotic Liverpool five piece The Baltic States emerge with their debut EP Boxes, Getintothis’ Paul Higham is sucked into their techno-infused hypnoticism.
As the Day of the Dead draws closer, the grand shamans of the Rebel Soul tribe are busy concocting a night of mischievous revelry and intoxicating rituals, Getintothis’ Josh Ray ventures into their realm.
Members of Canadian art-rock band Women return as Viet Cong on the Jagjaguwar label, Getintothis’ Paul Higham gives the lowdown.
Liverpool Music Week playlist feat Mogwai, Låpsley, Hookworms, Foals & more plus closing party stage times
Passing around the Hors d’oeuvre’s, Getintothis’ Christopher Hughes prepares us for the feast ahead.