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Daft Punk returned today with new album Random Access Memories and with it what promises to be the fastest selling album in UK history. Getintothis' Stephanie Heneghan reflects on a masterclass in marketing and how this robotic duo satiated our appetite for electronic dreams.
Getintothis reveals it's Inner Visions line up with FACT for an evening of music video and artistic inspiration.
East Village Arts Club has it's official launch on Saturday, Getintothis' Joseph Viney caught up with the man responsible for the £1.5m makeover of the Masque, managing director David Laing, on his vision for Liverpool's new gigging venue.
Blade Factory at Camp and Furnace is carving a niche for hosting top music nights for the discerning music fan.
Mystery Jets among top names to launch opening of East Villages Arts Club, Getintothis exclusively reveals the new music feast set to feature at the iconic ex-Masque Theatre site on Seel Street.
Exclusive first review of The Kazimier's The Kronos Begins directed by Jack Whiteley, Getintothis sent our top film critic Bertrand McCormick along to the world premiere to deliver his verdict.
Natalie McCool heads up Liverpool artists set for Aintree Grand National and Ladies Day live music.
Getintothis teams up with FACT to present an evening of Liverpool's finest artists showing their music videos and reflecting on their inspirations.
Iconic Bold Street record shop closes.
John Lennon role reprised by Cast frontman John Power for Royal Court play, Catherine Jones reports.
Sense of Sound's artistic director Jennifer John talks to Getintothis' Peter Guy about the formation of the company, unearthing Liverpool talent and their new projects for 2013.
My Bloody Valentine have released their first album in 22 years. MBV acolyte and Getintothis contributor Alistair Houghton unpicks the fruits of m b v - the band's first record since their classic Loveless and questions whether it's possible to follow up a masterpiece after such a wait.
Liverpool's The Hummingbirds star alongside Olympian Natasha Jonas and fellow Merseysiders in fitting 50th Anniversary tribute to Gerry & The Pacemakers' You'll Never Walk Alone.
FACT Liverpool presents a series of exploratory of the pop video featuring Michael Jackson, Peter Gabriel, Prince, The Beatles, Radiohead and The Beastie Boys.
The Who bring Quadrophenia and their catalogue of classics to Liverpool.