Autre Monde Share ‘I Want My Enemies to Prosper’

June 1st, 2017 by

Dublin quartet, Autre Monde (comprised of Paddy Hanna, Mark Chester, Padraig Cooney and Eoghan O’Brien) have been garnering widespread critical acclaim since they began steadily sharing new material single online over the last few weeks. It is no surprise that the band have been successful in quickly capturing the affection of their audiences following the release of inaugural singles, ‘Customs’ and […]


Slouch Share Double Single, ‘Umbrella on the Empty Sea’ & ‘It’s Not a Man Abandons Post’

May 24th, 2017 by

Dublin based trio Slouch have previously likened their music to “the sound of gorillas caged in a polystyrene prison cell.” This self-analysis is slightly unfair as their sound is far from personifying primitive tendencies which is demonstrated in their latest release, a double single featuring ‘It’s Not a Man Abandons Post’ and ‘Umbrella On The Empty […]


THUMPER – ‘Fear of Art’

April 21st, 2017 by

Dublin band THUMPER combine garage rock, psychedelic-pop and lyrics that give a wry insight into the insecurities of our generation. Their songs possess an immediately likability that makes you become invested in THUMPER because they are a band that you get excited for what is to come next. Earlier this year the band released ‘The […]


Sea Pinks Announce New Album and Share First Single, ‘Into Nowhere’

April 19th, 2017 by

Belfast-based trio, Sea Pinks have been making making some of the finest bittersweet guitar pop for seven years and their repertoire continues to get stronger as demonstrated in their latest single, ‘Into Nowhere’. This new track is the first glimpse into their forthcoming sixth album, Watercourse which will be released on May 26th. The band […]


Autre Monde Share New Single, ‘New Recruit’

April 19th, 2017 by

Recently established Dublin-based band Autre Monde made their debut only a few weeks ago with the release of their excellent introductory single, ‘Customs’. The quartet have been more than considerate to their new legion of fans as they have promptly shared the follow-up single, ‘New Recruit’, a rambunctious four minutes that will have you involuntarily nodding your […]


Weyes Blood – Workman’s Club, Dublin

April 18th, 2017 by

There are few musicians with an ability to enthral the room long before they even enter it. The atmosphere in The Workman’s Club prior to Weyes Blood’s  arrival to the stage was one of heightened anticipation. An affection for the musician and affinity to her music was evident throughout the audience that filled the cosy Dublin […]


Toro Y Moi, Kamasi Washington, Le Galaxie & More

April 17th, 2017 by

“Musical criticism is a fictional occupation.” I remember the first time I heard this line from ‘The Basement’ off Kool A.D.’s most recent album, Sky Ladder. It stood out to me because despite spending a lot of my time reviewing albums and live shows it’s still an exercise that, every now and again, perplexes me. […]


Rory Nellis Shares New Single, ‘Crossed Out’

April 17th, 2017 by

“Getting sentimental over things that never really happened.” This is just one of many resonating aspects of ‘Crossed Out’, the new single from the exceptional Rory Nellis. The Northern Irish singer-songwriter has garnered praise from critics as well building as a solid fanbase since 2015 following the release of his beautiful solo-debut entitled, Ready For You Now. […]


Another Love Story Festival Announces Line Up

April 13th, 2017 by

March showers bring forth April flowers and announcements of wonderful festivals abundant with homegrown talent. The latest flurry of excitement for the summer came with the unveiling of acts due to play at Another Love Story’s return to Killyon Manor in County Meath this August, taking place from the 18th to the 20th. Organised and carefully […]


Craig David – 3Arena, Dublin

April 13th, 2017 by

Zara Hedderman: 15 years ago, the prospect of going to a Craig David arena concert would not have been such a shocking occurrence. In a short space of time, he released several singles that dominated charts and clubs. Think of ‘Re-Rewind’, ‘What’s Your Flava?’ and ‘7 Days’; songs that proved instant hits. Infectious, if you […]


Clipping, The I.L.Y’s, Blood Orange, Beach Fossils & More

April 9th, 2017 by

In the last two months I have become mildly obsessed with making playlists. This compulsion to accumulate all of my favourite songs that embody a certain emotion was brought about by something that I believed could only be remedied by music. It sounds cheesy and frankly, it is an overwhelmingly emotionally charged playlist that features […]


Autre Monde Share Debut Single, ‘Customs’

April 3rd, 2017 by

What do you get if you put some of Dublin’s finest musicians and songwriters together in one supergroup? No, this is not the set up for a bad punchline. The answer is Autre Monde, the latest Irish musical ensemble to get excited who are from the offset far from a joke. Comprised of Paddy Hanna on […]


Danny Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Mac DeMarco & More

April 2nd, 2017 by

Often, a fool is looked upon as someone who is silly. A person not to be taken seriously or that can be serious. We probably all know someone that is instantly recognisable as the messer of the friend group. In a social setting they will make the people around them laugh in an effort to […]


Le Galaxie Share New Single, ‘Pleasure’

March 30th, 2017 by

It has been two years since Le Galaxie, steadfast favourite of the Irish music scene, released their outstanding Le Club album. They are renowned for their energetic live shows and for being one of the hardest working bands in Dublin. Their music has an exuberance that will make you want to stop whatever you’re doing, […]