Half Waif - Mythopoetics Review

The brainchild of another collaboration with producer Zubin Hensler, Mythopoetics highlights how the duo’s work continues to complement each other perfectly. Just over a year on from the release of The Caretaker, Half Waif is back with her fifth studio album of creative genius, Mythopoetics. Having teased the record with the release of singles ‘Take Away The Ache’, ‘Orange Blossoms’, and ‘Party’s Over’ earlier this year, the much-anticipated album has proven to live up to expectations.

The Weeknd Reveals Botoxed Face in ‘Save Your Tears’ Music Video

The Weeknd has released the music video for the 4th single from his After Hours album, ’Save Your Tears’, which also unveiled a completely new look. The Canadian artist’s face appeared to be surgically-enhanced, filled with Botox and fillers, revealed later to be facial prosthetics. Having first showcased a bandage-ridden face at the 2020 AMAs, the internet has been rife with speculation on what The Weeknd could be trying to portray; More clues have been revealed in his latest release.


October sees the return of the annual LIVERPOOL IRISH FESTIVAL, celebrating the connections between Liverpool and Ireland through art, conversation, music, and history. This year the 10-day festival will run a virtual programme headlined by Irish comedian and TV presenter PATRICK KIELTY, who kicks things off by hosting the discursive event Hard Histories, Positive Futures, in which he will interview representatives from Northern Ireland’s Commission for Victims and Survivors.

Introducing QUEEN YUE this month’s Spotlight

QUEEN YUE has a clear goal: to make her mark on the UK drill scene, and be the first scouse female to do so. Yue’s inspirations lean heavily on Chinese history and philosophy, referencing an age and dynasty where equality was at the forefront of culture. “Through my music I’m going back in time to explore the characters on the Silk Roads during the reign of the Wu Zetian, China’s first female ruler and empress in 700AD,” she explains. “Wu Zetian [presided over] a time in China where females were equal to men,” she adds.

Sound City announce their 2021 line-up

SOUND CITY have announced their highly-anticipated plans for the 2021 edition following the cancellation of this year’s festivities. A defining weekend in the Liverpool live music calendar, the festival is set to take place from April 30th – Sunday 2nd May with a whole host of new talent. As one of the leading champions of new UK music, Sound City offers a 2021 line-up of diverse acts, well-known and emerging. The festival will take place once again across Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle venues.

IDLES Announce Their Biggest UK Tour Yet, Including Two Extra Dates At Brixton Academy

With live music a distant memory in our current climate, the excitement for new tour dates is at an all-time high. Last Monday they answered our hopes, and announced an 11-date tour across UK & Ireland; their biggest headline tour to date. General tickets were to go on sale just 4 days later, alongside a pre-sale beginning on 26th, for O2 members or fans who had pre-ordered the upcoming album.

The Lathums - All My Life

As their debut independent release, ‘The Memories That We Make’ hangs in the UK Albums Charts Top 10, The Lathums have released a new track today. The indie four-piece have continued to grow in popularity, with each release receiving glistening reviews and earning them legions of fans. ‘All My Life’ offers an insight into pain and anger, but in the most beautiful, well-composed way. Lead singer Alex Moore’s vocals take center-stage, giving a captivating performance of desperation and emotion.

AEG announced huge cutbacks due to coronavirus

Live music giants AEG have announced some significant cutbacks due to COVID-19 and Getintothis’ Danni King has all the details. Uncertainty is rife across all business sectors right now as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen, and the live music industry is suffering in particular. From promoters and booking agents, to venues and ticketing firms, the challenges the live music industry is facing aren’t getting any easier, with many having to rely on government support schemes.

Everything Everything share new single and details of 5th album

Everything Everything are back with a new single alongside news on their next album, Getintothis’ Danni King has all the details. After arriving back onto the music scene in April with new song In Birdsong, Everything Everything have announced plans for their 5th studio album. Highly-anticipated album Re-Animator will be released on August 21, and a teaser of what’s to come was released last week in the form of single Arch Enemy.

Fashion and the global crisis - will coronavirus kickstart sustainability?

As coronavirus took hold and the world changed, many worried about income, health and the changes being put into place. Lockdown proposed a period of uncertainty, but as time went on, we adapted and responded to the changes, and it soon became apparent there are some advantages to humans being less active in the world. As businesses were closed, jobs were postponed and socialising was cut to an all-time minimum, the public faced limitations, but the environment began to thrive.
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