Choice Cuts: The Best Tracks of… October

Published on November 5th, 2014 | by Aaron Hamilton

Black Milk – ‘Everyday Was’ ft. Mel Computer Ugly Opening with 16-bit synth sounds before transitioning into the track proper, Black Milk’s new album If There’s A Hell Below harks back to Cannibal Ox’s 2001 album …... Read More



Robin Williams: R.I.P.

Published on August 11th, 2014 | by Mike McGrath-Bryan

We watch off as it happens again. Another familiar name that stared out from the telly or from the posters is gone. We’ve trained ourselves to observe these passings like a spectator sport, another body of …... Read More



Meb Jon Sol: Worried Man, in A

Published on July 29th, 2014 | by Michael McCullagh

I pressed the dusty keys of the old upright near the entrance of the barn. It let out a brace of discordant notes in the close summer heat and left little finger silhouettes in the dirt …... Read More



Choice Cuts: The Best Tracks of… July

Published on July 31st, 2014 | by Aaron Hamilton

Death From Above 1979 – Trainwreck 1979 (Last Gang Records) The stonking great bass thump on Death From Above 1979‘s 2004 record You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine was an undeniable part of the duo’s past successes. Ten years …... Read More



The Pavilion

Published on July 22nd, 2014 | by Mike McGrath-Bryan

Yesterday morning we woke up to the news of the closure of another Cork venue. The Pavilion, after eight years under current management, suddenly shut its doors, flourishing with a magnanimous thank-you over its social media channels …... Read More



Meb Jon Sol: Bound For Glory

Published on July 14th, 2014 | by Michael McCullagh

I pulled my cap further down my brow and buried my face deeper in my scarf to shelter from the biting cold. It had been threatening to snow all day but so far only delivered misty …... Read More



Everything Sucks #009: Garth Brooks

Published on July 8th, 2014 | by Mike McGrath-Bryan

So, the news has just broke that country-pop superstar and apparent one-man economic stimulus package Garth Brooks has decided that the cash-in he was offered from a willing fanbase, that queued up for days in some …... Read More


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Latté Pappa: Öresunds Festival

Published on July 7th, 2014 | by Ian Pearce

Öresunds festival is held every year at the end May in the southern town of Malmö, Sweden. It’s purpose is to showcase, exclusively musicians coming from Sweden and Denmark. The countries are connected by the Öresunds …... Read More



Choice Cuts: The Best Tracks of… June

Published on July 1st, 2014 | by Aaron Hamilton

June saw the release of a plethora of hard hitting hip-hop and rainy day jazz music, and perhaps more suitably, a wealth of breezy summer jams to dig your teeth into. Below are ten of the …... Read More



Meb Jon Sol: The Art of Fanciful Begging

Published on June 23rd, 2014 | by Michael McCullagh

I felt someone step over me in dark. They slipped quietly out the door and it shut behind them with a soft click, extinguishing the thin strip of light from the hallway that had briefly appeared, …... Read More

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