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Girl Band to headline the Button Factory

Noise-rock outfit Girl Band are set to headline the Button Factory in Dublin on Saturday, November 7th. Quite possibly the most promising and exciting acts to have emerged from Ireland’s already creatively vibrant music scene, Girl Band are currently gearing up to release their much-anticipated debut album via Rough Trade records later this year. Capturing…

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Listen | Bitch Falcon have released their new single ‘Breed’

Post-grunge outfit Bitch Falcon have released their brand new single ‘Breed’, a rip-roaring follow-up to ‘Wolfstooth’. ‘Breed’ finds Bitch Falcon in far more urgent territory than the band’s last slow-grooving single ‘Wolfstooth’, and works as a fuller realization of the trio’s much-lauded live sound. Taking on a faster pace filled with aggressive distorted riffs and…

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Watch | Fierce Mild – Equal People

Garage-rock three-piece Fierce Mild have released their brand new music video for ‘Equal People’.  Directed by Cara Holmes and shot in Smithfield during the Dublin Student Union’s attempt to set the world record for the largest human image of a love-heart and on O’Connell Street friends, the video for ‘Equal People’ mirrors the inclusive and positive…

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Young Wonder – Birth

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Birth, the much-anticipated debut studio album from electronic duo Young Wonder.  Birth is an album that is simply teeming with life. The entire vibrates with interchanging parts and sounds that results in a listen that constantly surprises and delights from beginning to end. The sound of Birth is densely populated, synth textures and beats…

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Mother Mooch – Preludes

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Preludes, the debut three-track E.P. from hard-rock act Mother Mooch. Filled with fuzzy rock fueled guitar riffs and heavy drum beats Mother Mooch’s debut E.P certainly sets out to grab the attention with the slow grooving slither of ‘L.H.O.O.Q’ and entirely more effective blues-rock grit of ‘Sinners’. The problem with Preludes is systemic,…