November 2010 Archives
Jon Gomm plays guitar really good. You should come see him play Liverpool's View Two Gallery next Friday (November 26).
Ariel Pink's Round Round is given the Wayne's world treatment.
Inspection! Get ever'ting ship-shape an' shine. Check, check one!
Welcome to your most beautiful nightmare.
The other week, as you may have read Getintothis co-hosted a wee evening as part of Liverpool Music Week. It was rather boss. What was also rather boss was some of the treats we received. Here's some of them, in pictorial form. And no, you can't have them.
Foreboding folk, the kind you find in Hamish Macbeth. So, err, not that foreboading. Getintothis' John Maher is on the brink of something seminal.
Liverpool Music Week ends in a flurry of Merseyside marvels and an old fave before a train ride curtails Getintothis' Liza Williams' fun.
The cute face of dubstep matches up in the tunes department as a Getintothis uber-favourite delivers once again.
Getintothis has a pair of tickets up for grabs to catch one of the world's most provocative popstars live in action at this Friday's O2 Academy gig in Liverpool.
We knew it'd be good, but perhaps not this good. Our independent adjudicator, John Davies, on Getintothis' first event as co-host, is in full agreement.
The new Bob Dylan? The new Neil Young? Possibly, maybe.
The Tea Street Band and Janiece Myers show early promise while Picture Book prove why label guru Seymour Stein still has his finger on the pulse. Catch 'em while you can says Getintothis' Sean Bradbury.
Post-rave, post-post-rave, post-superclub, Chase & Status may be watered down corporate cool - but the kids love it. Getintothis' John Maher just about joins in.
The second coming of Liverpool's lost brothers and sisters? Getintothis' Orla Foster is kept waiting.