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EP Review – Orwells ’84 – Truth Is The First Victim

  Images: Tim Shearwood , EP graphic design : Andrew Browne  [Used with permission]       EP Review     Orwells ’84 – Truth Is The First Victim     Orwells ’84 have delivered a stunning debut with their EP “Truth Is The First Victim”. The Dundalk-based seven-piece band received rave reviews for their single Cailín […]

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Single Review - Elly D - Lighthouse (Acoustic version)

Single Review – Elly D – Lighthouse (Acoustic version)

Photo:             [Used with permission]     Single Review – Elly D       Elly D – Lighthouse (Acoustic Version)       Singer-songwriter Elly D has just released the acoustic version of her song “Lighthouse”. This sorrowful yet beautiful track brings a new organic quality to the original while […]

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Single Review – Toy Girl – Reign

  Single Review Toy Girl – Reign     “Reign” is the debut offering from Dublin based outfit Toy Girl. The track encompasses 90’s R&B and 80’s synth-pop influences along with gorgeous harmonies courtesy of vocalist Hannah Worrall. Toy Girl’s brand of alternative rock surprises the listener and there are many interesting layers to this […]

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Single Review – Klara Mc Donnell – Wasted

  Image :  [Used with permission]     Single Review   Klara Mc Donnell – Wasted   On new single “Wasted, singer-songwriter Klara Mc Donnell mixes a 90’s indie vibe with her unique vocals and the result is a beautifully sincere track with poignant lyrics, chronicling the experience of seeing someone “wasted” on alcohol and […]

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Single Review – Future West – See What I See

Photo : Used with permission   Single Review     Future West – See What I See   “See What I See”, the latest single from Dundalk-based indie/electronic act Future West, conveys a sense of realism with poetic lyrics which are brutal but beautiful. This slice of synth-driven lo-fi-indie has been crafted by multi-instrumentalist Francis […]

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Single Review – Elly D – Sorge

Photo : Used with permission       Single Review   Elly D – Sorge     The latest offering from Dublin singer-songwriter Elly D, “Sorge”, is gem of a track, which sustains her exceptional electro-pop sound. The mood at beginning of the song being sorrowful but beautiful real, as the song progresses, the beat […]

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Album Review – O Emperor – Jason

Image : used with permission       Album Review   O Emperor – Jason     Today sees the release of final album “Jason” from “O Emperor”, a fine offering where funk, jazz and psychedelia all feature, surprising you throughout upon the initial listen. The diverse mediums meshing brilliantly with influences ranging from Tom Waits […]

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