The National announce new album for May, hear ‘You Had Your Soul With You’

Director Mike Mills has co-produced the album.

Premiere: Skinner returns with the gruesome ‘Headroom’

The 22-year tip-toes around the truth in his first track in over two years.

Cork improv trio Not Earth deliver gonzo ‘free hardcore’ with new album No Shit

Spawned from the seemingly endless well of weirdness and magic that is…

Ireland’s buzziest band Fontaines D.C. announce debut LP Dogrel and share new single ‘Big’

The album sees release on April 12th.

Vampire Weekend’s new album is called Father Of The Bride & 2 songs are now out

The mystery of what FOTB, the Vampire Weekend album is over. It’s…

Ryan Adams for Dublin date; hear ‘F**k The Rain’ from new album Big Colors

The Dublin date goes is on pre-sale today, with general release tomorrow.

Ex-Buffalo Sunn, Mainline and Sweet Jane artist Daniel John Paxton returns with the fatherhood-inspired ‘Railway Line’

The video has moon vibes.

Foals announce two albums & Dublin gig; hear the first song ‘Exits’

New albums, song & UK and Irish gigs.

The Murder Capital’s long awaited debut single is here

Check out ‘Feeling Fades’ now.

Premiere: Tribal Dance wage a war far from the real world in ‘And Then All That Was Left Was A Physician And A Silhouette’

The track address themes of mental health and depression.

Squarehead return with indie rock anthem ‘Always On’

It’s the Dublin indie rock trio’s first new material from their forthcoming LP.

Premiere: HAVVK confront toxic masculinity in ‘Always The Same’

The band have always been vocal about prevalent cultural issues that effect them in their music.

Premiere: Spies adjust to change in ‘Watchman’

The band’s new album Constancy is due for release on November 23rd.

Watch: Hozier has just dropped his new gospel inspired single ‘Movement’

The forest king slipped this gem in under the radar.

Fontaines D.C. release new single ‘Too Real’ / ‘The Cuckoo Is A-Callin’

The Dublin band are showing fine form.

The Redneck Manifesto announce new album The How; hear ‘Djin Chin’

The band’s first album in 8 years coincides with their big Vicar Street show.

Premiere: BARQ debut new disco-soul sound in ‘I’m Blaming You’

The track provides commentary on societal pressures to be successful, accepting, and gracious at all times.

Touts pick their favourite tracks at the moment

The Derry band’s new track ‘Can’t Blame Me’ is out now.

Premiere: O Emperor’s bittersweet garage rock opus Jason is streaming here right now.

The Waterford group leave us with a hell of a parting gift.

Premiere: Stano’s ‘White Field (In Isis)’ was so ahead of the curve in 1983’s Ireland

All City Records are reissuing a forward-thinking album by one of the country’s most enigmatic artists.