News Playlists

TLMT’s The Week featuring new music from Chanele McGuinness, KTG, Nerves, Matilda O’Mahoney, AikJ, Jack Rua & Loguos

ego cover.jpg

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Chanele McGuinness, KTG, Nerves, Matilda O’Mahoney, AikJ, Jack Rua & Loguos.

chanele mcguinness photo by stephen white 44

Chanele McGuinness – Charlie…
The Mixed-Tape
“A raw, bare-boned offering from Chanele McGuinness, the stark sound of ‘Charlie…’ gently but ominously bristles with undertones of dark textures, an unrelenting guitar line and a pointed but softly delivered vocal from McGuinness.”

KTG – Don’t Tell My Mother
A vibrant offering from KTG, the multi-layered production, rolling rhythm and lush vocals of ‘Don’t Tell My Mother’ make for an infectious intro to a new songwriter on the scene.

Nerves – Pastel
Taken from jangle-pop trio Nerves debut E.P. Everything Ahead Of Us… ‘Pastel’ is a jolting collision of pointed guitar lines, pounding beats and forefront vocals that merge into a texturally unrelenting sonic milieu.

nerves photo by molly keane

Matilda O’Mahoney – Losing My May
A subtle slice of songwriting, the softly set sound of Matilda O’Mahoney’s ‘Losing My Way’ plays with an upfront, captivating vocal against a gently shimmering backdrop of distance textural flourishes.

AikJ – One Last Time
With its vivid beat, AikJ’s latest offering, ‘One Last Time’, is a wonderfully interwoven track that blends a myriad of sounds into one complete, lush music that grabs you from the beginning.

Jack Rua & Loguos – Ego
Ambition is the order of the day with Jack Rua & Loguos’ ‘Ego’, working through a prism of electro-pop, the track swings for the fences with hook after hook leading to big sing-a-long choruses.

Follow TLMT’s Monthly Irish Mixed-Tape – here. For more playlists, and mixed-tapes like this one, follow the Last Mixed Tape on Spotify.

Photo credits: Molly Keane (Nerves) / Luke Faulkner (Jack Rua & Loguos) / Stephen White (Chanele McGuinness).

%d bloggers like this: