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TLMT’s The Week featuring new music from the Murder Capital, Hunkpapa, Villagers, Ivan Nicolas, Moncrieff & Gadget and the Cloud

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TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by the Murder Capital, Hunkpapa, Villagers, Ivan Nicolas, Moncrieff & Gadget and the Cloud.

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Hunkpapa – Cappuccino
The Mixed-Tape:
Set to a thunderous beat, the big ambitious alt-rock of ‘Cappuccino’ is a song filled with an upward motion. Hunkpapa’s latest offering finds the band swinging for the fences sonically, and creating multi-layered music within a slick production.

The Murder Capital – Don’t Cling To Life
The Murder Capital’s third offering from their upcoming debut album When I Have Fears, ‘Don’t Cling To Life’ is a song set to an unrelenting tense urgency that captures the vital immediacy of the bands’ sound.

Villagers – Summer Songs
A vivid collage, ‘Summer Songs’ serene psych-pop tinged milieu makes for a deeply textured offering from Villagers that shimmers with a vibrant backdrop of tightly interwoven melody.

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Ivan Nicolas – Sicily
A lush sounding tapestry of jangled guitars, bursts of brass and hooky vocals, Ivan Nicolas’ ‘Sicily’ a sun-drenched offering that is an indie gem in and of itself.

Moncrieff – Ghost
A weighty slice of alt-pop, ‘Ghost’ has a power behind it that conveys Moncrieff as an artist with music that is instantly captivating.

Gadget and the Cloud – Keep You
Delving into a darkened obscured electronic soundscape, Gadget and the Cloud’s ‘Keep You’ builds and builds and builds into a multi-layered collision of rhythm, texture and atmospherics.

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

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 credit: Gavin Ovoca (the Murder Capital). 

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