New Music Reviews

Enemies Say Farewell With ‘Valuables’

Enemies Say Farewell With ‘Valuables’

Last week saw the release of the final LP from one of the most intriguing acts to grace the Irish music scene over the past decade. County Wicklow natives Enemies

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Let’s Set Sail Return With ‘Canaries’

Let’s Set Sail Return With ‘Canaries’

Operating out of Dublin, electro-pop four piece Let's Set Sail caught our attention last year with the release of their double A-side 'Five of Trumps/Leon'. Meshing atmospheric, slow-burning synths

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Rollin’ Empire – ‘Nothing To Lose’

Rollin’ Empire – ‘Nothing To Lose’

Rollin' Empire have just released 'Nothing To Lose', the third single off their well received debut album Nowhere To Run.  It's a glam rock stomper in the vein of The

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Beach ‘Ono Noh’ – Single Review

Beach ‘Ono Noh’ – Single Review

Dublin psych merchants Beach are back at it with their new single, ‘Ono Noh’. The follow up to the well received ‘Donuts’ is a wonderfully crafted, moody blend of electronica

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Raglans – Again And Again EP

Raglans – Again And Again EP

Raglans' brand of rock owes a debt to classic guitar bands like The Kinks and The Jam whose buttoned-up pop sensibilities created a menu upon which many musicians have since

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‘Torrents’ – Gypsies On The Autobahn

‘Torrents’ – Gypsies On The Autobahn

Hailing from Cabra in County Dublin, Gypsies on the Autobahn have been floating around the Irish music scene in some capacity since 2009. Now, seven years later, the four-piece have

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Ghosts By The Riptide Movement – Review

Ghosts By The Riptide Movement – Review

It's been almost two years since The Riptide Movement released their chart-topping album, Getting Through, and it's been a productive two years since, to say the least. Their latest musical

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‘Silver Tongue’ – New Valley Wolves

‘Silver Tongue’ – New Valley Wolves

Is your head feeling a little bit tender after last night’s activities? If so, then this isn’t for you because New Valley Wolves are back with the most

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