Getintothis top five #45: most read music, gigs, features and stories of the week


The Getintothis top five stories of the week

As yet another week draws to a close, Getintothis’ Max Richardson rounds up the happenings here on the site.

Well, here we are once again, it’s time for the Getintothis Top Five.

As ever, we’ve been treated to some utterly sensational new releases this week, with the new album by La Roux having quickly made its mark as the soundtrack to this writer’s weekend.

Elsewhere this week, this writer has been catching up once again with the sensational debut of alt-rockers Yonaka, with Don’t Wait ’Til Tomorrow undoubtedly being one of this writer’s favourite albums released last year.

Don’t Wait ’Til Tomorrow is truly electric, and sizzles with chemistry and energy from start to finish – with tracks such as Bad Company and Punch Bag demonstrating the razor-sharp tightness of the Brighton group.

Of course, it’s not just been a good week for new music releases, but also in the world of television we’ve been treated to the return of Inside Number Nine, the ever-evolving program penned by The League of Gentlemen alumni Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.

Returning for its fifth series, Inside Number Nine is utterly unpredictable, with episodes typically resembling short films more than traditional television episodes.

Themes of episodes have previously included a work party in a karaoke bar, a burglary, and a medieval witch trial – truly keeping viewers on the edge of their seats.

Liverpool ‘Fuck The Tories’ street rave: hundreds take to city centre in Tory protest

If you’ve never seen it before, you’re truly missing out – it’s a hell of a watch.

Have you been watching or listening to anything interesting this week? If so, we’d love to hear – feel free to let us know in the comments.

Anyway, without further ado – let’s crack on with the Getintothis Top Five.


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

  1. Liverpool International Music Festival 2020: LIMF back – but just for one day
  2. The KLF’s Chill Out at 30: “Music that makes love to the wind and talks to the stars.”
  3. Liverpool Psych Fest 2020: Snapped Ankles, The Lovely Eggs, Black Country New Road set for Invisible Wind Factory
  4. Crime and the City Solution’s Paradise Discotheque – a lost treasure by an overlooked band
  5. Albums Club #43: Psycho Comedy, The Big Moon, Pet Shop Boys, The Black Lips and more


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

  1. Supergrass: Coventry Empire
  2. Isobel Campbell, Nina Violet: Philharmonic Music Room, Liverpool
  3. JOHN, Dead Naked Hippies, Salt the Snail: Jacaranda Phase One, Liverpool
  4. Liverpool Sound City 2020 reveals Idles, Facebook, BBC and raft of bands for Conference at BME
  5. Rongorongo, Marvin Powell, The Entire City, Nocturnal Coast, The Roswell Project; Phase One, Liverpool