Getintothis top five #26: most read music, gigs, features and stories of the week


The Getintothis top five stories of the week

At the climax of yet another week, GetintothisWill Whitby brings you the roundup of the top stories and gigs.

As the music world and Liverpool celebrates 50 years of Abbey Road, we’ve been remembering some other classic albums too. The beauty, transcendence and chaos of The Replacements’ Don’t Tell A Soul thirty years on gets remembered by Mark Walton as Banjo reminisces in One Dove’s Morning Dove White

Cath Holland’s take on Scott Walker’s Scott 4 at 50 is a particular joy to read as she speaks to Tom Fleming of Wild Beasts, Temples and Beija Flo about the dark baroque pop classic. 

This writer’s favourite album Black Sabbath’s Paranoid celebrated its 49th birthday recently- which of your favourite album’s has had an anniversary recently?

Tour news for all ages as Gen-Z teen queen Billie Eilish announces a pair of Manchester shows, electro-overlords Underworld are back for more at Warehouse Project and Michael Head and The Red Elastic Band have penned a massive homecoming show at the Invisible Wind Factory

Don’t forget to get tickets for Deep Cuts in October as Phase One welcomes Podge, Hammerhead Snails, Abby Meysenburg and Echoes.

If it is new and exciting music you’re after then sink your teeth into psychedelic indie-pop Mr Bens & The Bens in Singles Club, wild NYC punks Wives in Unknown Pleasures and get to know scientific synthwavers Aeronexus in this week’s Introducing

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. Be sure to follow our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds for all the latest in news, reviews, hot topics and competitions.

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

Red Rum Club

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

  1. Red Rum Club interview: “We’ve still got that Tarantino edge”
  2. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds announce new album, Ghosteen
  3. Baltic Triangle St James’ railway station boost – Liverpool businesses on its potential impact to the area
  4. Vile Assembly’s Paul Mason talks about the amazing rise of his band and taking to the streets in protest
  5. Scott Walker’s Scott 4 at 50: what relevance today?

Micheal Head

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





Leave a Reply