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Irish Tracks of the Week – May 29th

Published on May 29th, 2020 | by The Thin Air

How better to reboot our weekly round-up of the very best new Irish music than with tracks by Denise Chaila, Our Krypton Son, Naoise Roo, Brigid Mae Power, Paddy Hanna, Bantum, Just Mustard and more? Delve …... Read More


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Obituary: Luke Gleeson

Published on May 8th, 2020 | by Brian Coney

The country lost one of its most ardent supporters of music this week. A vital force in Dublin’s live circuit, and a tireless advocate of up-and-coming artists of every ilk and sound, Luke Gleeson dedicated a sizable part …... Read More


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10 for ’20: Rachael Lavelle

Published on March 10th, 2020 | by Brian Coney

Jack Rudden predicts exciting things for Dublin’s Rachael Lavelle in 2020 and far beyond. Photo by Kevin Hennessy Gothic, bewitching and haunting, Rachael Lavelle is all of these things and many more. The Dublin musician is as …... Read More


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Video premiere: Sunken Foal – Barley Stick

Published on March 10th, 2020 | by Eoin Murray

Dublin’s Sunken Foal will release his seventh album, Hexose, on April 24th. One of the most prolific producers in Ireland, the Countersunk label-founder and synthesist supreme – real name Dunk Murphy – follows 2019’s Ribbon Works …... Read More


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10 for ’20: Grave Goods

Published on March 9th, 2020 | by Cathal McBride

In the latest installment of 10 for ’20 – our feature series previewing ten Irish acts we’re sure are set for great things in 2020 and beyond – Cathal McBride says 2020 is post-punk trio Grave …... Read More


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10 for ’20: His Father’s Voice

Published on March 4th, 2020 | by Christine Costello

In the latest installment of 10 for ’20, Christine Costello tips Limerick quartet His Father’s Voice for massive things in 2020 and beyond. Photo by Aaron Corr Blurring the lines between post-punk and shoegaze, His Father’s …... Read More


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