Space odyssey meets Hancock jazz, Matt Lawton steps into the spotlight as Getintothis' Alan O'Hare gets his groove on.
Wilfully oblique yet the master of suspense, Connan Mockasin treats Manchester to an all too fleeting appearance, Getintothis' James Elson hopes for a comeback all too soon.
Bracing pop from another of Liverpool's new emerging guitar slingers, Getintothis' Laurie Cheeseman straps himself in.
On the back of their most critically acclaimed album in years, The Soul of the Hour, Gallon Drunk frontman James Johnston talks to Getintothis' Jamie Bowman ahead of bringing their infamously fierce live show to Liverpool.
LIMF 2014 is back in August with a shorter programme, yet organisers are already suggesting this year's event will rival UK festivals for international talent.
Reverberating messages travelling beyond the city walls, Getintothis' Adam Lowerson on the expanding catalogue from Ed Black.
One Little Indian's Icelandic electro balladeer Asgeir makes his Liverpool debut, Getintothis' Emma Walsh spots an artist defying stereotypes making music to warm the soul.
Record Store Day 2014 is on Saturday April 19 - Getintothis provides you with a one-stop scoot around the venues providing the goods.
Rediscovered after 44 years in the wilderness, Californian psych-folkie Linda Perhacs brings her cult classic album Parallelograms to Liverpool this summer, Getintothis' Paul Baker explores the story of this lost gem.
The GIT Award 2014 was a night that will live long in the memory, Getintothis reflects on a magical night at the Kazimier.
Liverpool creative crew, The Wild Writers, weigh in with a night of writing, music and, yeah seriously, South American wrestling, Getintothis' Gandhi Savage dons his spandex.
Forest Swords wins the third annual GIT Award as reggae legend Lee Scratch Perry pays tribute to rising Wirral electronic artist, Getintothis reports on all the drama from a heady night at the Kazimier.
The winner of the GIT Award 2014 will be revealed tonight, Getintothis gives you the lowdown ahead of the Kazimier spectacle.
Harvest Sun team up with Liverpool Music Week to bring back Philadelphia guitar slingers for special November show.
The GIT Award 2014 is 48 hours away - and with a grand evening of festivities planned at the Kazimier, there is but one man who's able to start the party - the High Priest of Spectacle, the Demi God of Magik, the Prince of Mania - introducing Howard Be Thy Name.