September 2011 Archives
Getintothis rolls out the latest names to grace the stage at Mojo as Liverpool Music Week unveils its raft of free gigs.
Getintothis discovers The Kazimier's Atalonia - a world within a world where magic unfolds amid the greatest story never told. Warning: may contain spoilers.
A host of Liverpool musicians unite with Clash legend Mick Jones in support of James McVey and justice for the 96 Liverpool FC supporters who lost their lives during the Hillsborough disaster. Getintothis' Paul Snowdon reports on an emotional night at the Olympia.
Getintothis rides on a wave of oblivion with Wooden Shjips at The Kazimier.
Gary Numan showcases a mixed bag of new material and classics at the Academy. Getintothis new boy Connah Roberts rubs shoulders with the Numanoids.
Ahead of their sold out Liverpool gig at the Kazimier on Saturday, Getintothis' Liza Williams talks to Metronomy's Joe Mount about their Mercury nominated album, whole sale purchases from Poundland and being more 'bandy'.
To coincide with the 20th anniversary of Nevermind, those lovely people at Geffen release hot rare new footage of Nirvana.
REM announce they have split up.
Sassy Class A funk straight outta Brooklyn.
Ahead of Forest Swords' event at Static Gallery next Thursday, promoter Andrew Ellis talks to Getintothis' Peter Guy about music consumption, the demise of Liverpool institutions and iced buns.
Forest Swords makes his anticipated 'return' with a specially commissioned event as part of AND Festival 2011 at Static Gallery on Thursday September 29. Ahead of the evening, Getintothis' Peter Guy chats to Swords bro Matt Barnes about x-ray records, childhood memories and that long-awaited first album.
Getintothis' Andy Greenhalgh on the band that Britpop forgot.
Denmark's hottest new band provide some warmth to a frosty Wolstenholme Creative Space. Getintothis' resident punk Jon Davies rides the new wave.
Contemporary Urban Centre to hold huge closing party to Liverpool Music Week 2011 as opening Horrors gig sells out.
A boutique version of Glastonbury, End Of The Road has long established itself as a key fixture on the UK festival circuit. But as Getintothis' Dan Salter laps up the onsite extras it seems all is not quite right on the music front.