August 2011 Archives
New Domino Records signings flex their catchy muscles with a surf guitar cowboy pop anthem.
Green Man proves once again it can provide a quality billing while escaping the trappings of many contemporary music festivals. Getintothis' Emilia Bona soaks up the charms emanating from the Glanusk Estate.
Liverpool's most-talked about band in a decade, Outfit, talk exclusively to Getintothis' Peter Guy on their incredible year, why they're leaving home for London and Gary Neville.
For too long Ivan Campo have hovered under the radar. Getintothis Sean O'Meara pokes around in their dark, unpredictable world.
Take your favourite club night, in your favourite venue and mix in your favourite ever DJ, Getintothis Stephanie Heneghan is in heaven.
Bleepy distortion, looped six-string pulses, a local lyrical poet, glitchy breakbeats, a spot of electronic hypnosis and synth-imbued star-gazing all within the confines of a warehouse decorated with sculptures. Getintothis' Will Fitzpatrick avoids sensory overload to listen on intently.
Outer planetary brilliance comes naturally to Liverpool's Mother Earth.
Getintohis' Philip MacDonald captures Liverpool's Mother Earth live during their recent gig at Wolstenholme Creative Space.
Choral spook pop from from Mancunian mysterios.
Everyone's favourite four-piece LA girl pop band with 'war' in their band name revisit their first born.
Fresh from the factory floor, Liverpool's hottest new band, Outfit, unveil their swish new Vehicles.
Leeds' retro revivalists Spectrals bring the sound of early Creation Records to Static Gallery before Crystal Stilts leave it late to get their spiky garage rock together. Getintothis' Jamie Bowman parties like its 1985.
The rag-tag New Yorker ditches his comic book sketch pad for a display of assured maturity. Getintothis' Jamie Bowman paints a picture of an unusual but undeniably brilliant artist at the peak of his powers.
Time for some late summer evening glow from Liverpool-by-way-of-Montreal electronica lass.