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Nialler9 Podcast: Ailbhe Reddy’s personal debut album in review

Nialler9 Podcast: Ailbhe Reddy’s personal debut album in review

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On this week’s pod we have some surprise guests from chimney sweepers who interrupt the recording process more than once. Welcome to the home office. We review Ailbhe Reddy’s debut album, discuss new Bicep, Kynsy, Bon Iver guests on a track and we talk Eddie Van Halen’s legacy.

It’s Episode 108 of the Nialler9 Podcast with Niall and Andrea.

Apologies the slight reduction in the sound quality on Niall’s end – the recording came out garbled. 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Running Order:


Reasons To Be Cheerful

Niall is enjoying Ireland Music Week.

Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock took the piss with his Rolling Stones Greatest album list submission

Róisín Murphy is a boss.


Album of the week

Ailbhe Reddy – Personal History

It’s yet another big Irish album up for review. Three years in the making, Personal History is the debut album from Dublin singer-songwriter Ailbhe Reddy, This is a record that reflects on relationships, coming out and the mental health that glues all that together.

We discuss and play ‘Looking Happy’ and ‘Personal History’.


Songs of the week

  • Kynsy – Happiness is a Fixed State
  • Bicep – Apricots
  • Jim – E-Stack feat. Bon Iver – Jeanie
  • Mansur Brown – Serene 

Any Other Business?

Watching:

Weekend In Bernie’s

See Also

Emily In Paris

Closing Track

JEAG – The Breath


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