It’s been non-stop at Getintothis HQ and as the day of rest is upon us Getintothis’ Will Whitby brings you the roundup of our top stories of the week.
As we run to the shop a third time to get a Lucozade to ride out the hangover from yesterday’s boss Deeper Cuts Festival, we really just must sit back and appreciate how much good music we have at the moment.
Big love to all the bands, venues, organisers and fans that made it down! My highlights were Buzzard, Buzzard, Buzzard and of course the mighty Teeth Of The Sea!
This week we’ve been getting misty-eyed at The National playing a drizzly Castlefield Bowl in Manchester, pop’s John Newman got intimate at Arts Club and big news as the boss people at EVOL are bringing dance stars BEAK> to Liverpool in December.
All of these wonderful shows can’t happen without the incredible venue network in Liverpool and we’ve been analysing the current situation surrounding our beloved music hideouts.
If you don’t want to leave the house but still fancy treating your eyes dive into our Singles Club #201 with the latest and best ditties from the likes of The Night Cafe, Flyte and Macclesfield’s finest Grimm Twins.
Elsewhere on the silver screen Getintothis’ wonderful film guru Chris Leathley has been celebrating the top films of the year so far.
Check out our guide for some you’ll know and others you might not with Rochrwachr’s Happy As Lazzaro, Denis’ High Life and many more. While you’re there be sure to enter our competition to win tickets to the illustrious music film season at Fact Picturehouse too!
As ever, we’re always looking for new writers and photographers to join our team, do feel free to drop us a message if you fancy joining the team.
Let’s get this ball rolling as we bring you the top stories of the week on Getintothis.
Getintothis’ top 5 most-read stories of the week
- Anathema’s Vincent Cavanagh on the poetic significance of gigs, denim shaming and returning to Liverpool
- Glastonbury Festival 2019 review, best bands and what we learnt from Worthy Farm
- Sound Food and Drink on Duke Street issues warning about future
- Phase One, Stockroom, Jimmy’s and Sound – where are we with music venues in Liverpool?
- Rebellion Festival 2019 – nine ones to watch in Blackpool
Getintothis’ top 5 most-read gigs of the week
- Bloc Party: Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
- The National: Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
- Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Our Girl: Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool
- John Newman, Ethan: Arts Club, Liverpool
- Gaygirl, Piss Kitti, Clementine: The Jacaranda, Liverpool