Getintothis top five #8: most read music, gigs, features and stories of the week


The Getintothis top five stories of the week

In another busy week of music news, Getintothis Will Whitby brings you the roundup of our top stories of the week.

This week on Getintothis we have been celebrating the promising future of Liverpool’s music industry. As the Liverpool City Region Music Board comes into fruition we went to see where the new Liverpool Music Industry taskforce is setting its goals. The future is bright from our analysis. Collaboration, drive and creative minds are key and Liverpool has plenty of it.

We’ve been indulging in history’s greats too as Neil Young’s Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere marked its grand 50th Birthday and as the late, great Doris Day passed away we celebrated her illustrious career with this a career spanning top ten- yee haw.  

But if you’re all tuned out of music news we have also been gearing up Music Film season at FACT Picturehouse. Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, Ella Fitzgerald, Quadrophenia and more will have our eyes  glued to the screen and settling into their comfy seats regularly over the summer.

This writer has been marvelling at the wonders of the Australian psychedelia scene after being blown away by the wonderfully named and just as cosmic Psychedelic Porn Crumpets this Tuesday at the Shipping Forecast.

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Let’s get this party started as we bring you the top stories of the week on Getintothis.

Batala Mersey LightNight 2019

Getintothis’ most read stories of the week:

  1. LightNight 2019 Liverpool: review, pictures and what we learned from this years happening
  2. St Etienne’s Bob Stanley interview: “The suburbs are inspring places.”
  3. Primavera Sound 2019 preview: Nine ones to watch
  4. Deeper Cuts– an interstellar new music happening in Liverpool
  5. Bruce Springsteen: Thunder Road and a personal journey to the heart of the magic

Getintothis’ top five most-read gigs of the week:

The Oh Sees

  1. The Oh Sees, Prettiest Eyes: Albert Hall, Manchester
  2. The Real People, The Cheap Thrills: Shankly Hotel, Liverpool
  3. J Mascis, Rosali: Arts Club, Liverpool
  4. Ali Horn,Cloud Factories, Evil Pink Machine: 81 Renshaw, Liverpool
  5. Viagra Boys, Squid: Jacaranda Phase One, Liverpool




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