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Preview: Docs Ireland 2019

Published on June 4th, 2019 | by Richard Davis

DOCS IRELAND – a brand new documentary film festival – launches this summer, and will be showcasing some of the best new international and Irish music documentaries from 12-16 June in Belfast. At the festival’s launch …... Read More


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Breaking The Plane: An Interview with Oh Sees’ John Dwyer

Published on May 15th, 2019 | by Brian Coney

Released last year, Smote Reverser delivered yet another curveballing and nuanced listen from San Francisco garage-psych trailblazers Oh Sees. From the face-searing ‘Overthrown’ to the protracted groove frenzy of ‘Anthemic Aggressor’, it underscored the John Dwyer-fronted …... Read More


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Monday Mixtape: Bullitt selects Soul Jazz Records

Published on May 13th, 2019 | by The Thin Air

This Saturday, May 18, the Bullitt Courtyard will host a summer sound system from esteemed label Soul Jazz Records. The label was founded in London in 1992, with the idea to draw “cross cultural connections” between soul, jazz and …... Read More


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This Month in Irish Music: April

Published on May 6th, 2019 | by Colin Gannon

Colin Gannon rounds up the very best Irish tracks released of the month just gone, featuring Eomac, Joni ft. The Cyclist, Bitflower Bb, Blusher, Fixity, Repeater, Fynch, Just Mustard, Anna Mieke, Leo Miyagee and more. Eomac …... Read More


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This Month In Irish Music: March

Published on April 1st, 2019 | by Colin Gannon

In the latest of a new regular series, Colin Gannon rounds up the very best Irish tracks released of the month just gone, featuring The Claque, Uwmammi, Invader Slim, James Joys, Cassavetes, Jafaris and more. The …... Read More


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Festival Mixtape: Vantastival 2019

Published on March 29th, 2019 | by Brian Coney

In an age when we’re lucky to have new-fangled festivals are springing up left, right and centre, Drogheda’s Vantastival holds steady as one of the country’s most consistently impressive – and downright eclectic – Irish summer …... Read More


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