April 2009 Archives
In the second part of our April round-up we reveal Karen O's big secret and Frightened Rabbit still can't find love in a hole.
April's been a good 'un. Here's Getintothis' first part of what's been tickling our fancy.
A Getintothis favourite returns. Paddling upstream - just the way we like it.
A band rediscovering their sense of purpose, Matt Eland finds comfort in the return of an old favourite.
Peter Guy captures the magik from Monochrome's Valhalla prog spectacular.
My saxophone's bigger than your saxophone.
So there's loads of female singer-songwriter's doing the rounds, but Liza Williams finds one to get really excited about, specially cos it's about punctuation and stuff. You've probably heard of her.
Every year the UK and the US get all wet about one band from their side of the pond...
Not just Liverpool's finest night out, The Kazimier is an underground cultural phenomenon - and after last Friday's extravaganza it's safe to say the secret is well and truly out.
Everyone's seen La Haine and knows just how good it marries vivid urban violence with frighteningly dark humour. But few are tuned in to the crunching French hip hop which underscores Mathieu Kassovitz's classic. Getintothis' Paddy Hoey presents a guide to the music which threatened to go overground back in 1995 and has now, sadly, returned to its underground bunker over a decade later.
Whistling milk-men and Greg O'Keeffe rejoice as Scando trio return as big hitters Doves complete a fine week for new cuts on the Getintothis stereo.