Nialler & Andrea process the albums released in 2019 at the half way point.
Thom Yorke, Glasto, an interview with King Princess and guest cohosts Caoimhe and Saoirse of Wyvern Lingo.
Hot Chip in review, Mark Ronson, Daphni’s summer festival jams & Mad Men?
Forbidden Fruit Promoter Will Rolfe & Festival PR Jenny Headen chat about putting on the festival and honouring John Reynold’s legacy.
Plus It Takes A Village in review and GAME OF THRONES ONE LAST TIME.
Eurovision – boycott calls, culture and politics question, propaganda, tourism, Nick Cave and Charlie McGettigan. Should Ireland be participating?
SOAK in conversation, Vampire Weekend’s divisive new LP & “it’s these people called Aphex Twins” (Podcast)
“It’s not enjoyable necessarily…”
Visual auteurs, ego, trusting your gut and negative critical responses to positive vibes.
More Fontaines DC chat, Game of Thrones & a festival for the Youtube generation?
We discuss black holes in the universe and black holes for pop culture in publications Ireland.
Sarah and Pam join us for a whole episode of new music and news chat.
A look at new Irish festivals, PlayIrish and one of the biggest albums of 2019.
Plus Grimes is going through changes, A lament for Myspace and an interview with Iarla O’Lionaird and Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh.
Sally Cinnamon joins us for some deep chat. Farah Elle, Tracey Sefu & Sate drop in to discuss This Land.
For your weekly podcast dose of what’s going on in music, with an emphasis on the new, Niall and Andrea discussing new albums from Solange, Hozier among others.
Episode 35 suggests time is a flat circle.
Views on Irish club culture and venues from Krystal Klear, Sunil Sharpe, Stevie G, Aoife Nic Canna and Marcus O’Laoire.
Episode 33 explores listening habits, reviews Jessica Pratt and recaps the Grammys.
The Superbowl halftime show discussed, Beirut’s fifth album reviewed, Twitter self-care & a festival hiatus.