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The GIT Award 2015 takes place on Saturday 4 April 2015 - featuring the finest new Liverpool music from the calendar year. Live performances, exclusive video, 12 nominees and all the thrills & spills from the year in Merseyside music will go down in one celebratory evening. More details to follow. www.getintothis.co.uk About the GIT Award... The GIT (Getintothis) Award is a music prize celebrating, championing and supporting the best of new Merseyside music.
Founded by Liverpool music blog Getintothis, each year figureheads from national and Liverpool media select 12 artists that provide a snapshot of the best new music from the Merseyside music calender. The GIT Award has been dubbed by national media outlets as the 'Scouse Mercury Prize'.
Since its formation, judges have included The Guardian, 6 Music, The Quietus, Alan McGee, NME, Liverpool Football Club, XFM Radio, Music Week, Tom Ravenscroft - and the cream of Merseyside music's industry figures.
For three years The GIT Award has held a showcase evening featuring all 12 nominees who play one track with special videos & presentations on the night. They have been held at Leaf on Bold Street (April 2012-2013) and the Kazimier (April 2014). The winner has collected a cheque prize for £1000.
A special Inspiration Award recognising significant music achievement is also given out on the night with past winners including the team behind the Kazimier (2012), Hillsborough Justice Collective (2013 - including special presentation videos from Kenny Dalglish, Jamie Carragher and Everton's Leighton Baines) and in 2014 Africa Oye.
Past GIT Award winners are: Loved Ones (2012), Baltic Fleet (2013) and Forest Swords (2014).
In 2014 the GIT Award founded the One To Watch prize which champions one young artist who represents a significant future artistic talent.
Each year the GIT Award & Inspiration Award trophies have been made by a Liverpool-based artist; Sam Venables (2012, director of the Royal Standard, 2013 Liverpool art prize nominee Jayne Lawless and 2013 Mike Aitken, director of Royal Standard).