Reviews

Album Review: Patch And The Giant – All That We Had, We Stole

Patch And The Giant bring their brand of indie-folk to the masses this week with the release of their debut

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Live Review: Hudson Taylor @ The Bowery, Dublin

Photo: Adam Ellison Photography (2014) With a solid album and a couple of new songs hidden up their sleeves, Hudson Taylor

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Album Review: Johnnyswim – Georgica Pond

American folk and blues duo Johnnyswim release their debut UK album Georgica Pond next month. The album was recorded between

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Single Review – If I Burn (You Burn Too) – Tara Lee

Hailing from Dublin, actress Tara Lee has quietly been composing and releasing songs for the last couple of years. She

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EP review: Chris James – Space In The Clouds

Stateless’ frontman Chris James has recently gone solo and his debut EP ‘Space In The Clouds’ is a real sonic

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EP Review: Sam Brockington – Peace Of Mind

Stylish, baritone singer-songwriter Sam Brockington returns with his debut EP ‘Peace Of Mind’. It features last year’s critically acclaimed single ‘Follow’

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Single Review: When Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday

Singer-songwriter and folk musician Jo Mango has teamed up with a host of other musicians, as well as academic researchers

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Album Review: Helene Greenwood – Exquisitely Hopeless

London-based singer and composer Helene Greenwood brings a touch of the outré with her second studio album Exquisitely Hopeless. Set

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Album Review: Smokey Brights – Hot Candy

Throw The Black Keys, The War On Drugs and Quilt into a bag, shake it about a bit, and you

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Album Review: BRY – Self Titled

Bry’s self-titled début album is a pure example of the progress a sound can undergo with a journey that encapsulates

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