Music

Kodaline Plus Special Guests Set For Malahide Castle, Dublin

Kodaline have today announced the full line up for their Summer hometown show in Dublin’s Malahide Castle on June 8th. Having

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Live Review: L.A. Salami – Omeara, London

The hottest day of the year so far in dusty, busy London called for two things: a pint of your

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Album Review: Kate Nash – Yesterday Was Forever

For those of us born in the 90’s, the late Noughties are generally fondly reflected on as the Golden Years.

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Single Review: HalfNoise – All That Is Love

‘HalfNoise’ is the solo project of Zac Farro of ‘Paramore’ fame. Over the last few years the venture has been

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Album Review: L.A. Salami – The City of Bookmakers

East London poet, storyteller and folk hero, L.A. Salami return with a follow up to his debut full-length Album,  ‘Dancing

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Single Review: Snow Patrol – Life on Earth

When you develop your music taste, like anything else, you always need to start with a foundation. One of these

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Album Review: Bryde – Like An Island

‘Bryde’ is the project of Sarah Howells, who is also part of the acoustic act ‘Paper Aeroplanes’. Since branching out

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Live Review: Alex Cameron, Liverpool Arts Club

On the penultimate date of his EU/UK tour, Australian alt-pop star Alex Cameron played a blinding set at Liverpool’s Arts

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Kate Nash, Hudson Taylor, Wyvern Lingo and new Urban Village added to Indie18 Lineup

The summer months are just beginning to rear their heads over the horizon, bringing with them the 2018 festival season.

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Album Review: The Bordellos – Debt Sounds

John Peel would have loved The Bordellos. He would have loved their unwillingness to confirm, he would have loved their

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