noGood is a rapper based in Dublin and part of the Neomadic crew. He grew up in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Berlin and Maynooth as he explains below and the blunted ‘Are You There?’ is his new track from the Admired From Afar EP (April 22nd). noGood hooked up with video director Carrot Gold Industry for… Read more »

Posted on April 4th, 2017

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Dublin band Beach have so far released songs of disparate styles that could be psychedelic, experimental and alternative rock. Running through their music is a thirst for exploration in sonics and in shows with A/V a big part of their performance. New song ‘Bram Toker’ brandishes those characteristics on a song that pulses with dark… Read more »

Posted on April 4th, 2017

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“A singer that can’t sing, a mod that can’t play bass and a drummer that can’t see.” That’s how the Derry band Touts, Matthew Crossan, Jason Feenan and Luke McLaughlin like to introduce themselves the their byline. Of course, the city they hail from his a history of punk with the Undertones the most notable… Read more »

Posted on April 4th, 2017

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Niamh Regan is a Galway singer-songwriter with a classic folk sound that stretches back to Karen Dalton but can also be heard on the newest music from Laura Marling. last year, she gave us ‘She’ in that vein and this week, Regan released a 5-track EP. Check out the video for ‘Tried To’ from the… Read more »

Posted on April 4th, 2017

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A reworked version of ‘Herside Story’ from Dublin trio Hare Squead feature’s on the new album from US rapper Goldlink. At What Cost also features tracks from Kaytranada, Wale, Lil Dude, Jazmine Sullivan and Steve Lacy. Hare Squead have some upcoming dates including Trinity Ball and other d-lightful gigs. Check out the new version of… Read more »

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

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David Kitt will release his debut New Jackson album From Night To Night on All City Records on May 15th but before that there’s been other releases to attend to. We’ve had the David Bowie-referencing split release on Fort Romeau’s Cin Cin label and here, on ‘Anya’s Piano’ 12″, we get three songs of late-night… Read more »

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

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The Dublin-based art pop duo of Aoife McCann and Ellie McMahon aka Æ MAK have demonstrated an interest in exploring performance, visual and dance to augment their bright music style. For their new single ‘I Walk’, Æ MAK sound at their most creative on a song about “self-belief and determination,” and the duo worked with… Read more »

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

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Delving deeper into the hard rock sludge and coming out stronger, Bitch Falcon’s new single ‘Syncope’ heaves with a metallic edge, Lizzie Fitzpatrick’s heavy breathing and recalls the days of grunge more accurately than most. The song is a live favourite of the band, one that has helped gained them the rep they have for… Read more »

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

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Caoilian Sherlock has had lots of odd jobs over the years – a potato picker, a Santa Claus, a temp at Virgin Megastores, an inferior barista, a voice “actor”, a regular “actor”, a sexual health teacher, a “moving picture” at a Harry Potter themed wedding. And that doesn’t count the actual music work. When not… Read more »

Posted on April 2nd, 2017

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Dermot Kennedy is a young folk singer-songwriter who has been making some industry noise in the last year. Live, he has supported the likes of Glen Hansard and James Vincent McMorrow and Spotify streams of last year’s ‘After Rain’, a woodsy romantic folk pop number is now well over 19 million streams. Thus far, his… Read more »

Posted on March 31st, 2017

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Rejjie Snow’s first full length album Dear Annie is finally on the way later this year and he’s been dropping previews of it over the last while including ‘Crooked Cops’, ‘Pink Beetle’ and ‘Drugs’. His newest song ‘Flexin’ is produced by Rahki (Kendrick Lamar, Syd the Kid, Eminem), who is executive producing the album, and… Read more »

Posted on March 29th, 2017

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Do you know Le Club? Le Galaxie’s second album cemented the band’s rep as the best party-starting electro band in the country so their forthcoming third album on Reckless Records is feverishly anticipated by those who enjoy fun. While we have to wait a bit longer in the year for that, ‘Pleasure’ the first single… Read more »

Posted on March 29th, 2017

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Waterford artist Katie Kim released her The Choice Music Prize nominated album Salt in 2016 and as part of Musictown, she has a special collaborative show with Crash Ensemble lined up for The Grand Social on Saturday April 8th called Salt Interventions. The night will feature special arrangements by Dublin born composer Seán Clancy and… Read more »

Posted on March 27th, 2017

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Kildare producer Peter Fleming aka Cinema released an under the radar electronic album A Night Train To Budapest last year that was bright, Balearic and luminescent. The album was instrumental with some vocal samples. Since then, he’s delivered some killer live shows that have featured a reworked version of Stardust’s ‘Music Sounds Better With You’…. Read more »

Posted on March 27th, 2017

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Hvmmingbyrd’s new video for their EP song ‘Legacy’ gives women who are the subject of public harassment a do-over in addressing it as it happens. The video by shows the story of three women experiencing every day harassment from men, walking away feeling defeated and then getting a chance to do over their reaction a… Read more »

Posted on March 24th, 2017

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