• Irish Tracks of the Week – 19th April

    From every corner of the island, here’s the most essential new Irish music of the week, featuring Pillow Queens, exmagician, Stray Planets, Winnie Ama, Stomptown Brass and more Pillow Queens – Name Your Sorrow Name Your Sorrow by Pillow Queens exmagician – Sharpen These Stray Planets – I Liked You Better Before Winnie Ama – Tangled Stomptown Brass – It Did Went Down It Did Went Down by Stomptown Brass Colm Warren – Dead Days SLOUCHO feat. EMBY and Zack Oke – Brand New PostLast – Connect 4 Nylophone – More of the Same  

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – November 5th

    It’s Bandcamp Friday once again, and it’s been yet another stacked week for Irish releases. Dig into best of them below, featuring Elaine Malone, Sinead O’Brien, Autumns, Son Zept, Natalia Beylis, Eimear Reidy and more Elaine Malone – Mantua MANTUA by MANTUA Autumns – DSS Dubplate DSS Dubplate by Autumns MF Doom – Great Day (Son Zept Remix) SON ZEPT · MF Doom – Great Day (Son Zept Remix) Big Daisy – Without Dreams Without Dreams by Big Daisy Neil Brogan – Evening Primrose EP Evening Primrose EP by Neil Brogan CMAT – No More Virgos Sinead O’Brien – Girlkind…

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – September 17th

    Here’s the very best Irish tracks and releases of the week, featuring BANYAH, Pillow Queens, Havvk, Somebody’s Child, April, Peter Sumadh, Biig Piig, Colm Warren, Smallmint and more. BANYAH – Lost With The Lights Pillow Queens – Rats HAVVK – No Patience Somebody’s Child – Staying Sane EP April – Piece of Me Biig Piig (w/ Metronomy) – 405 Peter Sumadh – Parting Wounds Smallmint – Synonym Synonym by smallmint Colm Warren – September Roses Steven Rainey – Ultra Contact Sports by Steven Rainey Sophie Doyle Ryder – Hunni Hunni

  • Watch: Colm Warren – Just Me

    Belfast-based singer-songwriter Colm Warren has unveiled the video for his new single, ‘Just Me’. Directed by musician, videographer and filmmaker Matthew Killen, it’s a striking accompaniment to a song that delicately explores the solace that can be gained in one’s own company. Off the back of singles including ‘Choked’ and ‘Shame’, Warren – who is the former frontman of NI punk band The Twenty – further carves out a niche for himself as an artist wielding carefully considered songwriting with real candour. Have a first look below.

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – July 31st

    It’s been another stellar week for new releases in every corner of the island. Delve into the best of the lot, featuring SOAK, Ailbhe Reddy, God Knows, Róisín Murphy, Sinead White, Fontaines D.C., Colm Warren and more SOAK ft. Gemma Doherty – I’m Alive Ailbhe Reddy – Between Your Teeth God Knows ft. BONY & MuRli – We Move The Needle Róisín Murphy – Something More Sinead White – Giant Spiders Uly – why did you go use your head? Fontaines D.C. – Love Is The Main Thing Bitch Falcon – Gaslight Colm Warren – Void KPZhhl-qJps