• Stream: Extra Fox – Ain’t That The Way

    Dublin producer Neil Adams AKA Extra Fox was last on our radar back in February with ‘Lunar Float’, a spectral single we called “nigh on onomatopoetic”. With a rare live show expected to be announced over the next while, Adams has returned with the equally strong ‘Ain’t That The Way’, a brilliantly bobbing slice of electro-pop that, by virtue of its restrained, gradually layered repetition, burrows its way inside very nicely indeed.

  • Stream: Extra Fox – Lunar Float

    Having premiered his subtly euphoric single ‘Palm of Gold’ back in November (stream it here) Dublin’s Neil Adams AKA Extra Fox has returned with nigh on onomatopoeic new track, ‘Lunar Float’. A drifting, typically synth-driven effort full of mellow restraint, it induces a netherworld of loose, burrowing oblivion over three and a half minutes. Stream/download ‘Lunar Float’ via Soundcloud below.

  • Premiere: Extra Fox – Palm of Gold

    Having played in various outfits including The Cast of Cheers and Abam over the last decade, Neil Adams has also been concocting his very own sounds as Extra Fox. Mastered by Mati Schwartz – who has recently mastered material from the likes of All Tvvins – Adams’ sublime new single, ‘Palm of Gold’, sees the Dubliner marry wonderfully propulsive rhythms with retrofuturistic electronica over five subtly euphoric – all too short – minutes. ‘Palm of Gold’ is available for download from November 12. Stream it below.

  • All Tvvins Irish Tour

    In our latest Irish tour feature, our photographers Sara Marsden and Aaron Corr, and writers Cathal McBride and Eoin Murray, report back from All Tvvins‘ Dublin, Galway and Belfast shows at the weekend. Whelan’s, Dublin Wednesday, March 25. Photos by Aaron Corr Roisin Dubh, Galway Saturday, March 28 The mood is ideal from the start of proceedings this Saturday night. It’s shortly before 10 and the already filling floor of the Roisín’s main room is being warmed up by the first support of the night. Extra Fox – AKA Neil Adams, brother to Conor Adams with whom he shared guitar duty…