• Irish Tracks of The Week – 2nd February

    Dig into the very best Irish releases of the week, from Lemoncello, pôt-pot and Boyfrens, to Thee U.F.O, Danny Carroll and Dark Tropics Lemoncello – Harsh Truths Boyfrens – I’m On My Time pôt-pot – going insane Thee U.F.O – Surveyor Danny Carroll – Golden Hour Roslyn Steer – Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird by Roslyn Steer Deli Kuvveti – DK SY by Deli Kuvveti The Scratch – Sally MacLennane Dark Tropics – I Bet You Can (Mr. Myth’s Dub) Jazzy – Shooting Star

  • Irish Tracks of the Week – 17th November

    It’s another stacked week for new Irish music. Delve into the best albums and singles of the last seven days from Joel Harkin, Nealo, pôt-pot, Akrobat, Stefan Murphy and more Joel Harkin – Sham Supermarket Sham Supermarket by Joel Harkin Nealo – November Medicine November Medicine by NEALO pôt-pot – No Friends Akrobat – Verlaine Stefan Murphy – Athlete of Seoul Sprints – Shadow of a Doubt Moon Landing – Blink Once and Miss the World Go By Blink Once and Miss the World Go By by Moon Landing Aoibha – Muddy Water

  • EP Stream: Pôt-Pôt – Ode To A

    Following their first gig as a four-piece in March for the Port-To-Port festival in Lisbon, we’re delighted to give you a first listen to Ode To A, the debut EP from Cork-based experimental project pôt-pôt. Its four swirling, oneiric songs are based entirely around the note of A, with it being the only musical note used across the whole record. Cork’s Mark Waldron-Hyden (drums, synth, vocals) created pôt-pôt initially as a solo project – with the goal of writing only music that could be recreated as a solo act – during lockdown, before moving to Lisbon, where he met and recruited bassist Joe Armitage and guitarist Michael…