The penultimate instalment of our albums of 2014 sees Getintothis’ Peter Guy relishing industrial Polish outrock, Reykjavík’s electronic wilds plus Wirral and Widnes artists creating sonic wonders.
Ian McNabb’s online diatribe den has overflowed with verbal riches in 2014, here Getintothis’ Peter Guy selects 114 great one liners.
With a colourful past and bright future ahead of him, Getintothis’ Alan O’Hare talks to Jon Lawton about his work as a producer, engineer and session guitarist for a global superstar.
Getintothis editor Peter Guy on the albums that have shaped 2014 including futuristic synth-horror, confessional rock and a Mancunian rhythmic juggernaut.
Christmas time, mistletoe and whining as Getintothis’ Chris Burgess takes a look at this years’ festive Singles.
As the Saint Saviour and Bill Ryder-Jones collaboration rolled into Liverpool, Getintothis’ Paul Higham took in a unique night with two very different but equally engaging performances
Our countdown of the best albums of 2014 continues with Getintothis editor Peter Guy reflecting on Nigerian grooves, Scottish pride and classic rock & roll from the Wirral peninsula.
The Quietus’ Minor Characters project featuring an array of acclaimed electronic artists including GIT Award winner Forest Swords.
As the creative minds behind the Kazimier unveiled their new project, Getintothis’ Paul Riley was there to witness the immersive spectacle unfold.
As the Scottish sonic-soundscapers headline an eclectic night at The Shipping Forecast, Getintothis’ Paul Higham watches on as Neon Waltz build on their already growing reputation.
As legendary rockers The Who roll into Liverpool, Getintothis’ Neal McGrath witnesses a triumphant career spanning performance.
Getintothis begins our reflection on 2014 with the best albums of the year. Editor Peter Guy counts down his annual top 100 beginning with the 50 records which missed out on the top 50.
Ahead of their EP launch party at the Arts Club, Getintothis’ Christopher Hughes takes a look at one of the newest musical prospects in the city.
At a loss with the Christmas song climate in the race for this year’s Number 1, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh turns to a festive contender closer to home from The Demeanour.
Nebulous grooves and foggy, filmic soundscapes are the order of the day for Liverpool’s fully-formed newcomers Glue Moon, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke has the lowdown on their latest.
It’s the latest cuts from Heavenly and Rocket Recordings along with some Aussie alt-Americana in this week’s Unknown Pleasures, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke has your weekly new music roundup.
As yet another hip hop icon rolls into Liverpool, Getintothis’ Michael Fowler sees MOP set the Kazimier alight.
The former Genesis frontman brings his Back to Front tour to Liverpool, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby reflects on a set which consistently beguiles despite its unconventional approach.
Revelling in rebellion while bringing masturbation, disabled messiah’s, cross-dressing children and violence into perhaps the one place they all belong-the top 40, Getintothis’ Neal McGrath swoops through The Who’s ten best tracks.
The Sundowners on their debut album, protest songs from the North West coast plus exclusive stream of Who We Are
Ahead of their headline 2015 UK tour, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson caught up with the Sundowners’ Niamh Rowe to discuss their eponymous debut album, working with The Coral and protest music.
Sugarmen ramp up their live dates with an intimate showing at Magnet, Getintothis’ John Hodgkinson reports on their thrilling rise.
Låpsley unveils debut video for XL Recordings ahead of Understudy EP.