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Loved Ones and All We Are premier new promo videos while Esco Williams, Wicked Whispers, Forest Swords and Stealing Sheep contribute to Getintothis' night of musical inspiration at FACT.
Getintothis chats to Liverpool artist Jayne Lawless about her unique and poignant creations finding out the inspiration behind this year's GIT and Inspiration Awards - plus her wider work as an artist and her impressions on this year's showcase at Leaf.
Getintothis reveals it's Inner Visions line up with FACT for an evening of music video and artistic inspiration.
Baltic Fleet to open Yoko Ono's Meltdown Festival in a celebration of Future Sounds.
Baltic Fleet were crowned winners of the GIT Award 2013, Getintothis caught up with the creative force Paul Fleming who reflected on a night which brought tears to his eyes and a Liverpool music scene which breaks the mould.
The GIT Award 2013 at Leaf - Getintothis presents a picture gallery, highlights and reaction from a spectacular night in Liverpool.
The GIT Award 2013: Liverpool music unites at Leaf to celebrate the very best of new Merseyside music.
The GIT Award 2013 has arrived. After months of speculation and anticipation, Liverpool's music community gathers at Leaf to celebrate the finest sounds on Merseyside.
GIT AWARD 2013 shortlist is discussed in detail by figureheads of the Liverpool music scene.
GIT Award winner to play Ono-curated Meltdown at London' Southbank Centre as Jayne Casey and Neil Atkinson announced to compere Leaf showcase night on Friday April 19.
Jetta is the rising soul star on the UK music industry's lips. Having nailed showcases on both sides of the Atlantic, she's readying material for her debut album. But, as she tells Getintothis' Sean Bradbury, it's her Merseyside roots which have led to this riotous musical uprising.
Wave Machines caused pop ripples with their debut album both sides of the pond before disappearing for several years. They returned this year with new album Pollen, and a distinctly nuanced darker sound. They talk to Getintothis' Orla Foster about how Truman Capote influenced their moody, melancholic material.
Barerbos are Liverpool's lycra-clad superhero noise terrorists. Combining a distinctive look with a ferocious sound, they're as unique as they are thrilling, yet they tell Getintothis' Joseph Viney they were more surprised than anyone to be on the GIT Award 2013 shortlist.
Nadine Carina has been quietly weaving an intricate tapestry of spellbinding music in her adopted home town of Liverpool for several years. The Swiss-born songwriter specialises in textured found sounds and mesmerising folk noise. She tells Getintothis' Tom Dani, 'I like to write about things I don't understand'.
Clinic are Liverpool's alt-rock cult legends. Since 1997 they've been making fiercely progressive music which is as unique as it is breathtaking. Last year they released Free Reign, their seventh, and arguably their finest, studio album. Still relevant and still doing it their way, they tell Getintothis' Alan O'Hare we've always followed our own path and it's nice to get recognition for that.