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Podcast: Our favourite music of October

Podcast: Our favourite music of October

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Our end of the month episode is our time to reflect the albums and songs Andrea and Niall loved this past month.

We talk the big album of the month – Prioritise Pleasure from Rebecca Lucy Taylor aka Self Esteem. Why it’s getting 5-star reviews across the board and whether it’s justified.

There are explorations of albums from two Mayo musicians Maria Kelly (The Sum Of The In-Between) and Elaine Mai (Home).

Plus, discussions of songs from Radiohead, CMAT, Spiritualized, Real Lies, Denise Chaila, Caleb Kunle, Fred Again and Negro Impacto.

Plus a chat about anxiety and apprehension about gigs and clubs being back.

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See Also
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Andrea’s own podcast – My Favourite Album


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