July 2012 Archives
Liverpool musicians stage tribute gig for murdered Bromborough music lover.
Bad Meds bringing the good times.
Soul star Rebecca Ferguson asks to cover fellow Scousers The Tea Street Band.
Getintothis' Richard B captures the action from Savages' debut outing in Liverpool.
Savages, Palma Violets and half the UK music industry crash land in Liverpool's Leaf, Getintothis' Peter Guy is caught by the buzz.
Bon Iver's tour support Sam Amidon delights and frustrates in equal measure, but it's the rude outbursts elsewhere which really get Getintothis' Liam Fay's goat.
Clinic make their much-anticipated live return in Liverpool next month when they headline FestEVOL at the Kazimier. Shortly after they will be releasing their seventh studio album for Domino Records. We're going off on a tangent, a complete turnaround they tell Getintothis' Orla Foster.
Getintothis reveals the two special guests set to play FestEVOL's Kazimier double-header in August.
The Low Anthem played one of the year's most memorable gigs thus far, Getintothis' Marie Hazelwood captures the action.
From blagging his way into a sold-out gig as a band photographer to hanging out with Jay-Z and Bono, Getintothis' Conor McDonnell has enjoyed a fast-track ride to snapping the music industry elite. Aged 20, Conor, from Lydiate, has just bagged his biggest assignment to date - becoming number one chart sensation Rita Ora's go-to snapper. We thought it was about time to catch up with him and see what he's up to.
The Low Anthem bring understated marvel to a sell-out Kazimier, Getintothis' Alan O'Hare captures the action on a night were you could genuinely hear a pin drop.
Getintothis' Richard Bartkiewicz captures the glorious action from a night of live music at Mello Mello.
Jazzhands lead a night of miscellaneous musical mayhem at Mello Mello, Getintothis' Alice Robinson takes time out from nibbling on the homemade vegan cookies to capture the action.
BONG BONG! Mutya, Keisha, Siobhan, aka the Sugababes have at last reformed - Getintothis HQ celebrates their best bits. BONG BONG!
Ellesmere Port's electronic prodigy drops new mix complete with new material.