Music

Album review: The Deportees ‘The Birth of Industry’

Aberdeen’s The Deportees recently released their latest album ‘The Birth of Industry’ and although it may not be ground breaking,

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EP Review: Lots Holloway – Slow Down

Cornish singer songwriter Lots Holloway has released her debut EP Slow Down. The EP follows the release of Lots’ striking

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Indiependence 2018 Ticket Details Revealed

Good news: Indiependence is returning next year. Better news: Tickets are on sale TOMORROW! Indiependence Music & Arts Festival is

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Single Review: Kid Cupid – ‘Easy’

Starting off with whirring, glitchy beats,  Kid Cupid’s ‘Easy’ soon builds to a euphoric, sweeping slice of electro-pop. London-based Kid

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Single Review: Glass Peaks – Hold Me Closer

Indie trio Glass Peaks have just released their mesmerising sophomore single Hold Me Closer. With a sound described as “melancholic

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Single Review: OAKLND – ‘Hold On’

Having previously played in a touring band in Scotland, multi-instrumentalist Colin Mckillop – aka OAKLND – has now decided to

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Live Review: Fozzy & Hardcore Superstar – Tivoli Theatre, Dublin

In support of their latest album, Judas, Fozzy have embarked on a co-headlining tour with Swedish rock band Hardcore Superstar. Last night,

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Single Review: Benjamin Yellowitz – ‘Erase You’

With acclaim from the likes of The Line Of Best Fit, Candid Magazine and Amazing Radio already under his belt,

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Single Review: Liv Austen – ‘The Next Time’

Having released two EPs independently, and received acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 2, Norwegian born singer-songwriter Liv Austen

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Interview: KOLARS – “One thing I’ve realised is that people want to like you”

Having played Dublin’s Bello Bar before heading for a Kilkenny show and across the pond to the UK, we caught

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