Posts tagged under indie
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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

01/11/2017
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Single Review: Ailbhe Reddy – The Tube

Dublin’s finest rising star Ailbhe Reddy is back with her new single The Tube. Ailbhe has been carving herself a

25/10/2017
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Single Review: Brendan Benson – Half A Boy (And Half A Man)

The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has teased his forthcoming album with a new single, ‘Half A Boy (And Half A Man)’, and

17/09/2017
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Interview: Johanna Glaza – “Solitude is my best teacher.”

In just a few weeks Johanna Glaza will release her first album, Wind Sculptures. We caught up with her ahead

17/09/2017
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Single Review: Hudson Taylor – Feel It Again

Dublin duo Hudson Taylor have once again reaffirmed their position as the “crème de la crème” of Irish musical talent

14/09/2017
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Single Review: Lots Holloway – ‘Stay A Little Longer’

Lots Holloway’s trippy new music video will want you to stay a little longer. London based artist Lots Holloway released

28/08/2017
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Interview: Fangclub – “We are kinda in a creative bubble at the moment”

With their debut album absolutely blowing up, Fangclub, the rock trio consisting of front man Stephen King, bassist Kevin Keane

13/08/2017
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Interview: Jack O’Rourke – “It broke all the rules for something that should be a hit”

With his musical style being compared to the likes of David Bowie and Kate Bush, Jack O’Rourke is building a

13/08/2017
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Album review: Fuzzystar – ‘Telegraphing’

Edinburgh’s Fuzzystar aka Andy Thomson recently released his infectiously catchy, feel-good album ‘Telegraphing’ and its well worth a listen. Kicking

25/05/2017
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Single Review: Shadowlark – Do Your Worst

Come and get lost in the misty, night-drenched aura of Shadowlark’s debut cut ‘Do Your Worst’. It’s hard not to

13/05/2017