TalosWild Alee album is one of the best Irish releases of the year. Eoin French’s debut is filled with beautifully-scaped anthem-leaning songs flourished largely with guitar, synths and drums.Bringing it all together is the supple falsetto of the man himself, a brittle, powerful voice that can move between engulfing glacial shades and warm tones. A track by track is also on Nialler9.

Yesterday, Talos released a Feel Good Lost-directed video for ‘This Is Us Colliding’ shot in the Burren which you can see below. Today, I’m premiering the remix of previous single ‘Contra’ by beat producer and blog favourite Star Slinger.

Talos Live dates:

05.08 Indiependence, Cork
24.08 Clonakilty Guitar Fest
03.10 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
04.10 Waiting Room, London

Brendan Canty of Feel Good Lost on the video.

“For this video it was important to introduce the Talos band. It has become such an integral part of Talos and so it was important to capture that whilst keeping things in the same cinematic and abstract world created for Talos so far. “The Irish landscape has been such a big inspiration behind the music and the visuals. And we were fascinated by the idea of the uncanny – finding the unusual in the ordinary. Twisting and distorting landscapes into something unsettling.”

Posted on July 20th, 2017

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Following events in London, NYC and Austin, Other Voices travelled to Berlin last week for its first German excursion as part of Tech Open Air interdisciplinary festival. The evening took place in Kreuzberg’s renowned Riverside Studios, just a stone’s throw away from the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall. The studio is the working environs for over twenty musicians including Booka Shade, Pan Pot and Victor Van Vugt.

Other Voices Berlin was kickstarted by Talos‘ aptly titled tune ‘Odyssey’.

Following dreamy, atmospheric indie-rock from the Cork band, audience members were introduced to a new group by the name of Them There. The band comprised of industry stalwarts Craig Walker (Power of Dreams) and Pheobe Kildeer (Nouvelle Vague), both of whom live and work in Berlin. The duo recently penned a track called ‘Fade Out Lines’, which has already reached the number one spot in Germany, Spain and Hungary, to name a few.

Attendees were guided into ‘The Piano Room’ for intimate sets from Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh and Berlin-based Tom Adams. Caoimhín is no stranger to German crowds having played the country’s biggest philharmonic concert halls with The Gloaming, but there was something very special indeed about hearing his spellbinding music for solo violin in a small room right on the banks of the river as evening fell.  

Tom Adams sat down at the piano to perform music from his debut album Silence, including standout tracks such as ‘Come On, Dreamer’. Adam’s falsetto voice and delicate, minimalist piano made for a simply beautiful performance that would no doubt appeal to fans of Nils Frahm, with whom he shares a manager. 

The excitement surrounding Soulé was electric as she arrived in Berlin for her first international gig. Her infectious energy and upbeat tunes such as ‘Good Life’ and ‘Trouble Maker’ got everyone on their feet and judging by the audience’s reaction this won’t be her last booking outside Ireland. 

Just before New Jackson, Ambassador Michael Collins took a moment to say a few inspiring words on Creative Ireland and the importance of supporting and encouraging our brightest talents on the global stage. 

Finally, giving a nod to the city which was once home to David Bowie and its thriving electronic scene – New Jackson brought the evening to a close with a sample of ‘Sound & Vision’ and tunes from his excellent new album ‘Night to Night‘. A memorable gig from a producer and musicians who has gone from strength to strength in recent years.

Words by Anna Job.

Posted on July 20th, 2017

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Tonight, Music From Ireland and the London Irish Centre in Camden Square present the first of a series of showcase gigs featuring music from Ireland.

Tonight’s gig features 3 of Ireland’s new music finest:

Talos, Rusangano Family and Jealous Of The Birds.

This series will be an opportunity for the London music industry and the wider UK music industry to meet and hear their Irish equivalents. It kicks off at 7pm with an industry networking event and the bands start at 8:30pm.

100 tickets are available to the public for this very special event and are priced at £10 each.


Posted on June 29th, 2017

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Clonmel Junction Festival announced its lineup for July 3rd to 9th including

Included on the music lineup is:

This is the Kit, Martin Hayes and David Power, Lankum (formerly Lynched), Crash Ensemble and Sam Amidon, Kate Ellis and Yuki Numata Resnick, Talos, Aine Cahill, AE MAK, R.S.A.G., Daithi and more.

Mitchelstown Cave hosts 3 literally underground gigs featuring Peter Broderick, Loah, Jesca Hoop, Rosie Carney, Marc O’Reilly and Brigid Mae Power.

Tickets on sale Friday May 12 at 9.00am

Tickets go on sale Friday May 12 and are available through Junctionfestival.com

Posted on May 12th, 2017

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Body&Soul has added some names to the festival for June 23 – 25 2017 in Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath.

Joining the main lineup today is: Bonobo, Talos, Skott, DJ Bambii, New Jackson.

The Bulmers Lounge will host Stephen James Smith, RED PILL Poetry Collective, John Cummins, The Tullamore Rhymers Club, Moth & Butterfly, and MissElayneous & DJ FunkTom, The Jimmy Cake, Fixity, Cranky Face, Percolator, The Ocelots, SYLK, Character Development Cypher, Liam & Hajime with Stephen Heffernan, and The Bonny Men.

Theatrical performances: Waterford playwright Conor Clancy’s ‘Will It Fit In A Van?’ about a poorly run drug distribution in a small fictional town delves into kidnappings, murder, biscuits, beloved horses, the clergy and a very important chipper!; while ‘Fizzy Drinks with Two Straws’, a play for anyone who has ever been told “you’re too young to understand”, comes to Body&Soul from Scene & Heard Festival and Theatre Upstairs.

Wonderlust’s line-up of live music, performance, conversations, talks and workshops in the walled garden will include Katie Kim and Crash Ensemble, while Women on Walls brings its movement to Ballinlough where Accenture’s Eithne Harley, Royal Irish Academy’s Pauric Dempsey and TCD’s Professor Lydia Lynch will discuss how underrepresentation of women in the RIA’s official portraits led them to take positive action and commission several female portraits now on permanent display at Academy House.

new to this year: The Library of Progress is a positive subversion of The Library of Congress, the United States’ repository of some of humanity’s greatest works and the largest library in the world. Highlights include Beats and Rhymes with Emmet Kirwan, a blitz of spoken word and hip hop performances and FACTION, hard-hitting political debate with Blindboy BoatClub of Rubberbandits.

Previous announcements.

Posted on May 5th, 2017

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With so many releases flying at you, here are recommended vetted listens from Nialler9 for you this week, as collated in the Nialler9 New Albums Spotify playlist, updated weekly.



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Overcoats – Young

New Yorkers Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell have been developing their harmonic folk pop since before they spent a summer in Ireland two years ago. Their debut album arrives on respected Canadian label Arts & Crafts and the pair have built on the momentum of touring with Maggie Rogers and others with this strong debut. Co-production by Nicolas Vernhes (The War On Drugs, Dirty Projectors) and Autre Ne Veut have added some body to their songs including those previously featured here. That sharpness and precision in the production which adds suitable electronic touches and dynamism, is also reflected in the harmonic relationship of Elion and Mitchell. Their voices together blend in ways that channel country, vintage folk and modern pop. They play Whelan’s in a few weeks.

Favourite tracks: ‘Leave A Light On’, ‘Hold Me Close’, ‘Smaller Than My Mother’

Listen on Spotify


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Talos – Wild Alee

Since appearing with Tethered Bones, an emotional electronic ballad three years ago, Cork man Eoin French aka Talos has been refining and developing that style with every release. Now, on his debut album, produced by Ross Dowling, French makes the case that patience is a virtue for building slow-moving anthem-leaning songs flourished largely with guitar, synths and drums. Tethered Bones is the centrepiece of the debut album but its surrounded by equally beautifully-scaped sounds. Bringing it all together is the supple falsetto of the man himself, a brittle, powerful voice that can move between engulfing glacial shades and warm tones.

Favourite tracks: ‘Your Love Is An Island’, ‘Odyssey’, ‘Contra’.

Album track-by-track breakdown.

Listen on Spotify.


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In Flagranti – Sprezzatura

A three hour dance music workout from Swiss duo In Flagranti inspired by buying records down a phoneline before the internet.

“Back in the early 80s when I lived in Switzerland, I use to travel to Italy a lot for clubs and record shopping. In Rimini there was a great store called Disco Piu. They had this service where if you were out of town or from another country, you could sign-up and get a cassette of all the new releases in the post every week. Each new track was recorded for about a minute and there was a voice counting – so you could write down the tracks you liked – then phone or fax the track numbers and the date of the cassette, they’d send you the records and you’d pay on delivery, which was amazing”, says In Flagranti’s Sasa Crnobrnja on ‘Sprezzatura’s inspiration, concept and format.

So this album will be available as a mix on cassette with each track playing for a minute or two. You’re basically listening to it like a mixtape and in the same manner as the tapes from Disco Piu. You’ll be able to choose your favourite tracks from ‘Sprezzatura’ and buy the full versions as downloads.”

Favourite tracks: ‘Charity Bazaar’, ‘Screwvenier’, ‘Sidewalk Salsa’.

Listen on Spotify


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Joe Goddard – Electric Lines

The Hot Chip member and producer’s latest solo alum is a love letter to dance music. Featuring covers of classics like ‘Music Is The Answer’ and samples from Brainstorm’s ‘We’re on Our Way Home’ and the Emotions’ ‘I Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love’, Alexis Taylor guests on the title trac. Goddard in solo mode has never nailed the full-length but has always provided nourishment. Electric Lines is a pleasing ode to dance music of all stripes.

Favourite tracks: ‘Home’, ‘Music Is The Answer’ , ‘Lose Your Love’.

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Posted on April 21st, 2017

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Since appearing with Tethered Bones, an emotional electronic ballad three years ago, Cork man Eoin French aka Talos has been refining and developing that style with every release. Now, on his debut album, produced by Ross Dowling, French makes the case that patience is a virtue for building slow-moving anthem-leaning songs flourished largely with guitar, synths and drums. Tethered Bones is the centrepiece of the debut album but its surrounded by equally beautifully-scaped sounds. Bringing it all together is the supple falsetto of the man himself, a brittle, powerful voice that can move between engulfing glacial shades and warm tones.

Listen on Spotify.

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Below is a track by track by the songwriter Eoin French himself to go alongside the listen.

1: Runaway

The album is book-ended by two songs that are very outward looking. ‘Runaway’ has a kind of dystopian veil, this idea that our future generations are at our mercy. The line ‘Runaway, child’ is a warning in a sense… a view into what could become because of how we exist.

2:Odyssey

The last song I wrote for the album. It comes from a place of reflection. And that pang of panic with regards certain decisions. The imagery in it is that of ‘the epic journey’, in a way – and the desolation, loneliness and at the same time beauty that is found in such a thing.

3:In Time

For me ‘In Time’ was kind of the breakthrough moment. What came from this was probably just clarity. A solid distinction between what I wanted from this album and what I didn’t. It felt like the first Talos song that was inherently ‘me’.

4:Piece[s]

I wrote this in one evening with Ian Ring. It kind of just came out and exists exactly as it did then. It’s a ponderous thing, and the simplicity of the piano piece is kind of tantric. It purposefully has these blurry edges, I just wanted it to be something you kind of get lost in.

5:Contra

Funnily enough, this is the darkest song on the record, but came out as a poppy, hooky, surging piece of music! It revolves around death and fear and all that lovely stuff… but it came out as this hopeful ‘pop song which I’m really happy about in the end.It’s funny that sometimes when something very heavy is framed against lightness or optimism, it can carry more weight, in a way..

6:Endgame

It’s probably the rawest and most ‘human’ piece on the record. I just wanted something personal, almost whispered. I was listening to a good bit of Portishead while I made ‘Wild Alee’, in particular ‘Third’.

7:Tethered Bones

I was torn over whether to include this or not – but I felt like it earned its place in a way. It was the first Talos single – things kind of all began here, so it was important to me that it sat with these songs.

8:This is us Colliding

Throughout the record there is a recurring reference to the idea of the epic journey or exploration and conquering the unknown. ‘This Is Us Colliding’ looks at what lengths we go to for what we desire – be it another, or a dream, and if these things warrant those struggles. Will we be satisfied with what we end up with?

9:209

‘209’ was about finding bluntness. This idea of speaking to a woman from the weakness of a man. We are a simpler and weaker species… emotionally, mentally… and I wanted to just say that very plainly, and then accompany it with the wonder and comfort we get from those complexities.

‘Men all defy we live and die know this / in your mind’s eye see it / Bind it tight it haunts me baby / I get right up hold me fold me…’

10:YLIAI

I constantly search for simplicity or minimalism as I feel its a purer form of getting across what you mean. For me YLIAI achieved this quite well, I think it still managed to manifest itself as something quite infectious and rich, which I was happy about…. the repetition of the line is something I tended not to do as I became kind of obsessed with how lyrics went together, but it just felt right when i was making it. This was also the first song I produced totally on my own..

11:Landscapes

This was the first song written for the album and had about seven or eight different lives. It’s an urgent song. And it’s about sex and lust. There tends to be layers and metaphors when I write but this was more about something human, less embellished. More real. “Snapped together in your landscape / we are heat stains / magnetised by the night light as a feather.”

12:Wetlands

I wrote this in Iceland last summer. The guys in Bedroom Community had kindly allowed me to work in their studio for a couple of days. I arrived at the studio the first day and had been out the night before and didn’t really feel like hearing my own voice. So this emerged from that pitiful physical state. It’s a watercolour in a way. There are some vocals in it but they are run through a multitude of effects and kind of glitch their way across the music. When we (Eoin and co-producer Ross Dowling) worked on it for the final recording we probably had the most fun with it. It was something that would only become worsened by thought and rationale. So it was about just letting things break apart and react to each other and not really ever find a “place”.

13:Voices

As I mentioned, the album is book-ended by two outward looking songs. ‘Voices’ for me is the most inclusive and celebratory track on the album. I saw it as a unifying moment, as something that just asked a question about existence and either choosing to exist now, as you should, or not…

“We moved the earth to harness, that high and darkened mess / And the void did light up in us. We woke like Gods, all seeing…”

Tour Dates

April 21 – Button Factory, Dublin
April 22 – Dolan’s, Limerick
April 27 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
April 28 – St Luke’s Church, Cork
May 12 – St Patrick’s, Waterford (w/ Saint Sister)
May 13 – The Set, Kilkenny
May 25 – Voodoo, Belfast
June 22 – Spirit Store, Dundalk

Posted on April 21st, 2017

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Ahead of his forthcoming debut album Wild Alee, on April 21st, Eoin French aka Talos has previewed another song from it called ‘Contra’.

The song is “about the idea of protecting something very fragile in the midst of a crisis, when the walls are falling down around you.”

French has developed as a musician who has a penchant for creating intimate sentiments in swirls of sonics.

A remix from Star Slinger of the song is forthcoming. Previous single ‘Odyssey’ was equally epic.

Tour Dates

April 15 – Connolly’s, Leap
April 21 – Button Factory, Dublin
April 22 – Dolan’s, Limerick
April 27 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
April 28 – St Luke’s Church, Cork
May 12 – St Patrick’s, Waterford (w/ Saint Sister)
May 13 – The Set, Kilkenny
May 25 – Voodoo, Belfast
June 22 – Spirit Store, Dundalk

Tracklist

  1. Runaway
  2. Odyssey
  3. In Time
  4. Piece(s)
  5. Contra
  6. Endgame
  7. Tethered Bones
  8. This Is Us Colliding
  9. 209
  10. Your Love Is An Island
  11. Landscapes
  12. Wetlands
  13. Voices

Posted on April 5th, 2017

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The gorogeous lead single from Talos’ upcoming album ‘Odyssey’ now has a video by label and director associate Brendan Canty aka Feel Good Lost. The idea of the video is concerned with the the disrupted feelings between two lovers in a relationship.

Canty says:



“Our main idea was to create a physical storm in a home which would surround the two forlorn characters.

“We wanted to keep things serene at the start, as often relationship problems go unspoken and as the video builds the visuals become more disruptive as the problems surface and this great and beautiful Odyssey comes to an end.”

As premiered on Nowness.

Talos tour dates

April 15 – Connolly’s, Leap
April 21 – Button Factory, Dublin
April 22 – Dolan’s, Limerick
April 27 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
April 28 – St Luke’s Church, Cork
May 12 – St Patrick’s, Waterford (w/ Saint Sister)
May 13 – The Set, Kilkenny
May 25 – Voodoo, Belfast
June 22 – Spirit Store, Dundalk + more TBA

Posted on March 6th, 2017

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Cork man Eoin French aka Talos has popped up over the last couple of years with a series of fine singles that pitched his music as beautiful electronic ballads.

‘Odyssey’ is the new single, from his forthcoming debut album Wild Alee, out on April 21st. It’s a beautiful and brittle modern electronic ballad, produced by Talos and Ross Dowling.

Talos on ‘Odyssey’:

“In any endeavour we find ourselves at that point of doubt. Those moments where you question yourself. That’s what the line, ‘In this odyssey, it’s hard to leave…’ refers to. It’s a beautiful and testing cycle. “I was asking myself some pretty big questions. Am I doing the right thing? Is this worth it? Am I deluding myself?! And I think in the end, the answer is yes to all three. These feelings come and go. The thoughts pass. Sometimes the delusions get realised. And we move on.”

Talos tour dates

April 15 – Connolly’s, Leap
April 21 – Button Factory, Dublin
April 22 – Dolan’s, Limerick
April 27 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
April 28 – St Luke’s Church, Cork
May 12 – St Patrick’s, Waterford (w/ Saint Sister)
May 13 – The Set, Kilkenny
May 25 – Voodoo, Belfast
June 22 – Spirit Store, Dundalk + more TBA

Tickets on sale Monday February 20 at 9am.

Posted on February 17th, 2017

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Cork songwriter and musician Eoin French aka Talos has a new EP called O Sanctum out tomorrow on Feel Good Lost.

We’ve already heard the beautiful ‘Your Love Is An Island’ one of the best songs out of this country this year (I don’t say that lightly)

‘Reborn’ is another highlight from the EP, co-produced by Ross Dowling (James Vincent McMorrow) and Ian Ring (Young Wonder) and recorded by Valgeir Sigurðsson at Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, Iceland. The song effortlessly moves between singer-songwriter style, electronic glacial atmospherics and melancholia.

GoldFlake Paint have a Sin Fang remix of the track for listening.
Pre-order the EP.
Live dates:

August 20th – Another Love Story
September 02nd – Body and Soul Main, Electric Picnic

Posted on August 18th, 2016

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Cork man Eoin French latest Talos song ‘Your Love Is An Island’ is one of his most brittle and affecting yet.

That line “Your love is an island, I’m scorched in the sands of it…” is so simple yet powerful.

‘Your Love Is An Island’ is taken from the O Sanctum EP (August 19th), which was recorded by Valgeir Sigurðsson at Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, Iceland so it’s nice to see a stripped-back version of the song captured at the source.

Pre-order the EP.

Live dates:

August 20th – Another Love Story
September 02nd – Body and Soul Main, Electric Picnic

Posted on August 10th, 2016

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This week, Kilkenny’s St. John’s Priory is hosting a summer series of concerts from Thursday to Saturday and the lineup is a good one.

It looks like this:

Thursday – JFDR, Talos, Ásta Fanney & Indridi
Friday – Mick Flannery
Saturday – Heathers

Fancy a weekend pass for you and a friend to each show? Email [email protected] with ST JOHN’s PRIORY  in the Subject line along with your full name and phone number (for late contact) in the body of the message. The draw closes tomorrow at noon.

Check out JDFR’s Nialler9 mix of Icelandic mix.

Posted on July 19th, 2016

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Follow the Nialler9 New Music playlist on Spotify. This week’s additions include new songs from Body Language, Alunageorge, Banks, Roisin Murphy, Trim, Darkstar and Fonkynson.

Check out the Songs of the week Soundcloud playlist.


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Talos – ‘Your Love Is An Island’

The Cork musician drops a lush new song.

Cork man Eoin French has a fine line in superior produced singer-songwriter electronic ballads as Talos.

Last week, he played Feel Good Lost’s Mitchelstown Cave gig, 200 feet underground at the Clonmel Junctions festival and there’s dates on the Iceland takeover in the next week with a six-piece band.

‘Your Love Is An Island’ is a beautifully brittle new song from a forthcoming O Sanctum EP, which will also feature remixes from Maps and Sin Fang.

The track was produced by Talos and Valgeir Sigurðsson, and mixed by Valgier at Greenhouse Studios in Iceland.

“Your love is an island, I’m scorched in the sands of it…”

“The image described in the last lines sum up what the song is about for me – the struggle to find that sense of peace that only comes from attaining ones dreams and desires. The idea of being so close but still so far from salvation – and not knowing if you’ll ever really find it even if reached.”

The video by Feel Good Lost is epic too.


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The Avalanches – ‘Like A Folkstar’

Clams has largely ditched the cloud for precision production.

16 years on from the release of Since I Left You and we have a followup. It’s like the sample-loving Australians never left (even if DJ Dexter did actually leave the group). Wildflower is a richly woven tapestry of psychedelia, hip-hop, familiar and rare samples, guest vocals and nostalgia.

The Avalanches are at their best when conjuring up a familiar yet melting beat fairytale, as they do on the Toro Y Moi-assisted ‘Like A Folkstar’.


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Factory Floor – ‘Ya’

Oof. Banger

Factory Floor started as industrial post-ravers but lately, it sounds like they’re coming out of the cold and into the club. ‘Ya’ is built on a propulsive synth line and a dumb vocal sample but is imbued with a rhythmic hardness and punk vision that means an economic and precise use of sounds for movement.

The new album 25 25 is out August 19th via DFA Records.


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Shura – ‘Make It Up’

Hotly-tipped UK musician drops a fine debut.

The tendency for artists who are plucked and preened through the BBC Sound of… Poll is an increasingly manufactured pop sound that shorns off the things that make them interesting in the first place. That hasn’t happened to Shura on her fine debut album Nothing’s Real.

Sure, it’s already a very pop atmosphere permeating the album but there’s also eighties pop, synth-pop and guitar band dynamics enmeshed in the songs too. Ultimately, Shura’s melodic gifts make the album (particularly ‘White Light’, ‘Touch’, “What’s If Gonna Be’ and the title track) one for the repeat list. ‘Make It Up’ encapsulates her appeal with all of those touchstones as well as being a super solid pop song.


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Mall Grab – ‘I’ve Always Liked Grime’

With a sample of Skepta & JME’s ‘That’s Not Me’..
Twisting what appears to be a sample of Skepta and JME’s ‘That’s Not Me’, ‘I’ve Always Liked Grime’ by the Australian producer Mall Grab sounds like one of those songs that unites many things: a love of grime, club soundsystem dynamics, lo-fi house, social commentary and a sense of humour in one.

That samples keeps rolling around that bassline for most of the song’s near seven-minute duration punctured by a rise and fall in arrangements but when a track is this deceptively simple it continues to hold your attention.


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Jamie Lidell – ‘Walk Right Back’

The UK soul man is back and he’s a father now.

It’s always good to hear the voice of Mr Lidell singing a new song. Building a Beginning, the man’s sixth studio album is coming later this year and judging by ‘Walk Right Back’ he’s sticking to soul music with a bit of electronic and funk production in there. The album was written after the birth of his first son, and his wife Lindsey Rome cowrote it with him.

The band with him on the record are seasoned: Pino Palladino (bass, D’Angelo, Peter Gabriel, Eric Clapton), DaRu Jones (drums, Jack White), Pat Sansone (multi-instrumentalist, Wilco), Kudisan Kai, Traci Brown Bailey, and Tiffany Smith (backup-vocals, Chaka Khan), production from Justin Stanley (Beck, Prince, Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney) and Ben Ash (Two Inch Punch).


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Posted on July 14th, 2016

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After Iceland’s thumping victory of England last night in the Euros, all eyes are on the minnow of the country (300,000 people) heading into the unchartered waters of a quarter final place.

Iceland’s music has had a strong reputation over the last twenty years with Bjork, Sigur Ros, Of Monsters & Men, Gus Gu and Iceland Airwaves capturing the hearts of music lovers.

This month, musicians of the capital of Iceland Reykjavik are coming to Iceland for a tour including JFDR ( Jófríður of Samaris & Pascal Pinon) courtesy of Feel Good Lost and MDR Recordings (Colm O’Herlihy recently took up a position in Reykjavik as studio manager for the Bedroom Community label). Other artists include Wesen, Kreld and Indridi while Talos will represent the Irish on tour. Below is a mixtape of the artists playing and the dates include:

Tour dates

July 19th: JFDR, Talos, Indridi @ D-Light Studios, Dublin with Homebeat
July 20th: JFDR, Talos, Indridi @ DeBarra’s, Clonakilty, Cork
July 21st: Wesen, Kreld @ DeBarra’s, Clonakilty, Cork
July 21st: JFDR, Talos, Indridi, Asta Fanney @ St. John’s Priory, Kilkenny with KPB
July 22nd: Reykjavik Party @ Connolly’s of Leap, West Cork

Talos and Jófríður are also playing a Feel Good Lost night in Mitchelstown Cave on July 10th. Look out for a JFDR mix on Nialler9 tomorrow.

Posted on June 28th, 2016

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