Although the crowd size wasn’t worthy of their legendary status in hip hop, Getintothis’ Neil Docking caught their infectious energy.
Following their acclaimed August set at The Shipping Forecast, Scottish psych-rockers Neon Waltz are revisiting the venue this December, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke has the details.
The Phantom Band conclude their latest UK tour in Liverpool, Getintothis’ Will Neville reports on a triple treat of talent.
Having been a central within two iconic groups, Bernard Sumner’s new memoir is rife with rock & roll stories, Getintothis’ Mike Booth was present as the Mancunian legend delved into his glittering past.
Unknown Pleasures #8 ft. The Wharves, TEMPORARY: Selections from Dunedin’s pop underground, Felt Tip
It’s week eight in Unknown Pleasures corner, where Getintothis’ new music editor Patrick Clarke has been rooting round the web for another triple threat of tantalising tracks.
The University of Liverpool’s new and improved Guild has reeled in the mighty Ryan Adams for a March date, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke reports.
Complete with a new guitarist, DZ Deathrays smashed the Kazimier Garden, Getintothis’ Adam Forster was there to pick up the pieces.
Pushing boundaries and pioneering sounds, Getintothis’ Jamie Bowman delves into the Byrds’ legendary back catalogue to discover their ten best tracks.
Outfit make their return to the live stage in London ahead of their hotly-anticpated second album, Getintothis’ Beth Parker reports on a brand new vehicle.
Last time out in Liverpool he played the Cavern, on Saturday October 18, it’s the Echo Arena, Getintothis’ Joel Richards reports.
Mystery surrounds reports Steve Albini’s cult legends Shellac are to play Liverpool next month.
Former Liverpool-based digital wizards back with long-awaited follow up to Pastels, Getintothis’ Paul Higham plugs in.
Getintothis’ Alan O’Hare places the spotlight on the indefatigable Kenny Anderson who brings his charm, whimsy and Caledonian soul to the Epstein Theatre this week.
Much-lauded Wirral outfit Loved Ones have unveiled the first taste of their second full-length release, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke on Equipment Pack ahead of Saturday’s gig at Sefton Palm House.
It’s a welcome return to the Liverpool stage for Oxford rockers Glass Animals this week, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh catches up with drummer Joe Seaward ahead of their date at Magnet this Friday.
Organisers put the call out for new talent for Merseyside festival, Getintothis Patrick Clarke reports.
Back for his third show in Liverpool this year, Luke Sital-Singh brings his new album to the Kazimier, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson is left wanting something more.
Artists, founders and supporters take to Liverpool’s streets for one last hurrah to mark the closure of Mello Mello, Getintothis’ Peter Guy reflects on a fitting send off.
As King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard conjure freaky new sounds, Getintothis’ Adam Forster looks ahead to their Liverpool date in November.
Anthems aplenty at the Arts Club as former Sound City stars roll into Liverpool, Getintothis’ Lawrie Driver reports on a sold out night with Eliza and the Bear.
Abhor all you want, but The Sneaky Nixons are beginning to do away with disrepute to make waves beyond ill reputation, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke found the elusive foursome for a chat.
Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia 2014: Goat, Woods, Gnod and more: Camp and Furnace & Blade Factory, Liverpool – part two
With Friday’s psychotropic episodes behind them, Getintothis’ Laura Coppin, Jamie Bowman and Patrick Clarke pick themselves up for day two of Camp and Furnace’s incredible Psych Fest.