• Irish Tracks of the Week – July 15th

    From all corners of the island, here’s the very best new Irish music of the week, featuring Æ Mak, GodAlone, Kineograph, Sorcha Richardson, Chósta, Parker and more Æ Mak – Sun God, I’ll Be Your Woman Sun God, I’ll Be Your Woman by Æ MAK Gilla Band – Eight Fivers Kineograph – KINEOGRAPH​!​CAPRICORN​!​LIVE! KINEOGRAPH!CAPRICORN!LIVE! by KINEOGRAPH Aonghus McEvoy – Under & Cracked Under & Cracked by Aonghus McEvoy Sorcha Richardson – Shark Eyes GodAlone – Tsktsktsk ETC by God Alone. Chósta – Vox Slaney – I Lose Control Parker – Never Miss Caori de Barra – Skirting Board Bonfire

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – December 3

    On this, the final Bandcamp Friday of 2021, we’ve been landed with a wealth of fascinating singles from emergent acts, plus new albums and mixtapes from the likes of Kineograph, Hilary Woods, Arthur Itis and the North Cork Organic Group. Dig deep, and maybe support a few underground artists, if you fancy? Hilary Woods – Feral Hymns Feral Hymns by Hilary Woods Kineograph – CAPRICORN CAPRICORN by KINEOGRAPH FIXITY – [Do The] Bits and Pieces Arthur Itis – Am I Dancing? North Cork Organic Group – Blackwater Valley High (Landscape Mixtape) Blackwater Valley High (Landscape Mixtape) by North Cork Organic Group Me…

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – November 26th

    Here’s the very best music released across the island this week, featuring Denise Chaila, Acid Granny, Kineograph, April, Molly O’Mahony and more Denise Chaila – It’s A Mixtape Kineograph – I Can See 3 People Kineograph · I CAN SEE 3 PEOPLE Acid Granny – I Love The Brits & I Love The Queen April – Someone That I Made Alan Tobin x SubRelic – _ repurposed_ EP JyellowL & ANtigoni – Appetiser Molly O’Mahony – Brother Blue Lucy Gaffney – Heartstrings

  • Stream: Kineograph – I Can See 3 People

    On Friday, December 3rd, Cork composer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Waldron-Hyden releases CAPRICORN, his stellar full-length debut in the guise of Kineograph. Following on from the release of Future Life Continuity, a genre-warping feat released under his own name in early 2020, Capricorn walks the line between conventional and experiential, in pursuit of a release that – among other things – tries to emulate rhythms the artist encountered naturally throughout the everyday, be it the countryside or in the city. Speaking about the release, Waldron-Hyden said: “Where Future Life Continuity was about investigating the presence of life after death, CAPRICORN almost…