This fortnightly zeitgeist is compiled in equal measures from; Liverpool based artists, international acts soon-to-be touring the city and a wider sample of the most essential releases.
As Dr Funkenstein brings his Mothership to Manchester, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby reaches a level of euphoria that is difficult to convey with mere words.
As Kanye denies the existence of the Illuminati, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby takes a rational look at the myth.
Putting a reggae twist on classic Prince with new venture Radio Riddler, Come Find Yourself turning twenty and a Fun Lovin’ tour, Getintothis’ Chris Bradley gets the full lowdown from fast talking Brian Leiser.
After another week submerged in Soundcloud’s darkest depths, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke is back yet again with his favourite new tunes of the week.
Saturday 24th April sees Abandon Silence 5.5 mark five years of the Liverpool electronic institution. We talk to the man behind the event to learn a little more.
The Kazimier isn’t so much a club – but a way of life, Getintothis talks to those closest on their memories and reflections on Liverpool’s musical institution.
With the Infamous Mobb Deep celebrating its 20th anniversary, one of the world’s most heavy-hitting hip hop crews descend of Liverpool’s O2 Academy, Getintothis Zac Jones reflects on their impact.
Ben Howard strips back the Echo Arena where Getintothis’ Paul Riley sees him give a surprisingly intimate performance.
Ahead of his EP launch at Leaf this week, Getintothis’ Emma Walsh tunes into the stirring new title track from Rosenblume’s All Through the Fire, All Through the Rain.
Deep in the heart of The Magnet, Getintothis’ Craig MacDonald was treated to a stripped back night of music with Gomez frontman Ben Ottewell.
A colossal Simpsons nerdgasm. Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby attended the No Homer’s Club launch night, and it sounds like he didn’t want to leave.
- Bold Street Coffee – five years of brewing up a storm in Liverpool plus top 10 coffee hits
- Loop reveal new track Precession ahead of Kazimier show in June
- Unchanging tides: The oddity of the working class Tories
- Liverpool Psych Fest adds Factory Floor, The Heads and Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe to 2015 line up
- Stewart Lee on Liverpool, a cultural monopoly & pining for festivals
- Louis Berry – I’m daring, I like to compete and strive to be the best
- 24 Kitchen Street – ‘part of the most ambitious party the area has ever seen’
- Chibuku 15th Birthday – Sean Stephenson on the Camp & Furnace celebrations and Liverpool’s club scene
- The GIT Award 2015 winner to be announced at Kazimier spectacular tonight
- The GIT Award 2015 – Artists, bands and industry heads pick their winner ahead of Kazimier show
- GIT Award 2015 names Louis Berry One to Watch winner ahead of Kazimier ceremony
- GIT Award 2015 nominee profile #12: We Are Catchers