February 2010 Archives
Liverpool goes Gaga at the Monster Ball, Vicki Kellaway revels in the spectacle.
'Hold me like before, hold me like you used to...'
Damn wish I went to fundamentalist Christian schools where Gameswork was acceptable.
Nothing better than taking in the sights on your illuminated chopper to a bit of japrock.
Win two passes to an evening of aural delights lead by Staten Island new boys Cymbals Eat Guitars.
Defiantly against the grain, one of Liverpool's most cherished and captivating bands a.P.A.t.t. talks to Getintothis about their new records, sexually provocative film project, Liverpool's creative spirit and why they're all for Tom Cruise coming round for tea.
Saturday was largely rubbish. That is unless you're a teenager ripping it up to dayglo pop. While we were festooned in The Real World our 17-year-old helper-outerer Jamie Stubbs was enjoying himself with these LA chirpsters. Beware: bouncing.
Miike Snow's got 99 problems but fun aint one.
This is the single most ridiculous thing we've seen, heard, endured in a long time. Listeners, viewers and people of a nervous disposition turn away now.
There's been plenty of musings on the televisual genius Chris Morris lately...
They may be fresh out of the blocks, but Liverpool's Bicycle Thieves have already got the national media interested. Fresh from exploits at Dubai Sound City and high profile gigs in the capital, the lads tell Getintothis about their plans for 2010.
Need convincing that Gil Scott-Heron is back, back, back? Dig this comeback single from his astonishing record I'm New Here (review here) with a rather gnarly Warriors-style accompanying video to boot.
A legend reclaims his crown to give a timely lap of honour from the edge of darkness.
New year, great expectations...
If God played 90 second beat pop I'm sure it would sound just like this.