With their fuzzy blues stomp causing ripples across the North West, Getintothis’ Chris Hughes catches Psyence make a fine return to Liverpool.
With a sound far from the music of his former band Girls, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson sees Christopher Owens reborn in Liverpool.
As the recent trend of bands touring a classic album continues unabated, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby considers whether it symbolises a creative dearth or if it can possess artistic merit in its own right.
As the Liverpool institution prepares to celebrate its tenth birthday at Leaf, Dave McTague gives Getintothis’ Josh Ray an exclusive peek at Mellowtone’s upcoming release.
Winner of this year’s Merseyrail Soundstation, Blue Saint’s theatrical blend of vivid alternative rap is something both utterly audacious and truly enchanting, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke gets the lowdown on the worthiest of winners.
Syndrome 2.3, Drift: Caroline Bergvall sets her audience adrift in the endless sea of space and time
As Syndrome’s immersive offerings enter their third installment, Getintothis’ Laura Coppin reports on a journey drifting through time and space.
With a new film focusing on the now iconic exhibition, Getintothis’ Dickie Felton explores the wonder of the Thin White Duke.
As 80s-pop and 90s-shoegaze revivalists Ballet School brought their unique sound to The Shipping Forecast, Getintothis’ Paul Higham wished more people were on hand to see a show full of verve, vigour and élan.
Honourary Liverpudlian, Thom Morecroft is about to drop his debut single and Getintothis’ Steph Niciu has fallen for its charms.
Ahead of the release of Wu-Tang Clan’s sixth studio album A Better Tomorrow on December 12, Getintothis’ Jimmy Coultas charts the crew’s contribution to hip hop and picks his top ten tracks.
Abandon Silence 5.2: Motor City Drum Ensemble, Jeremy Underground Paris, Andrew Hill: The Kazimier, Liverpool
As Abandon Silence’s fifth birthday celebrations continue, Getintothis’ Matthew Wood risked missing daylight to take in a great night in Liverpool.
Americana veterans Calexico are to make their long awaited Liverpool return, Getintothis’ Paul Higham on their 2015 show at the newly refurbished Phil.
Christmas will come early at the Kazimier, Getintothis’ Paul Higham previews a special Bill Ryder-Jones and Saint Saviour co-headline show in December.
Getintothis Jukebox Volume Five: Polar States, Vynce, Låpsley, Jessie Scarlet’s choice cut and more…
Back with another stellar pick of the best new music out there, Getintothis’ Gaz Jones is ably assisted by Jessie Scarlet of rising Liverpool band Scarlet.
The Rock n Roll hall of famer took to the stage of the Capstone Theatre and Getintothis’ Jamie Bowman went along to see if there’s life in the old Byrd yet.
As our weekly new music column reaches its teens, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke uncovers the best in animated electronica, resplendent neo-pop and something very unusual indeed.
The Kazimier, Nation and the fight for Wolstenholme Square – Getintothis on Liverpool’s changing musical landscape
Liverpool’s venues are once again in the spotlight with the news that a planning application has been submitted which threatens the existence of two of the city’s most iconic hubs, Getintothis’ Beth Parker and Peter Guy reflect on the current state of play and gauge reaction within Merseyside music.
As Liverpool’s influential purveyors of sludge, thrash and doom, SSS, get set to play Maguire’s Pizza Bar, Getintothis’ Zac Jones prepares to have his mind (and eardrums) blown.
With a new generation of reverential youth and the ever-dependent old-timers out in force for a Friday sell-out, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke heralds a welcome return for the legendary John Cooper Clarke.
In a night of illuminating music with a poignant message, Getintothis’ Chris Hughes takes in a real treat by the mysterious Tamikrest.
Christmas is coming and resistance is futile, Getintothis’ Shaun Ponsonby takes stock of the twisted world of the festive ad campaign.
With dents made in hip-hop scenes both sides of the Atlantic, Mad Brains is back with his hazy new EP Myth, Getintothis’ Patrick Clarke laps up the fug.