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TLMT’s The Week featuring lullahush, Modernlove, Elaine Mai, Soulé, Sorcha Richardson, Robert John Ardiff, Melts & Bullet Girl

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TLMT adds to its weekly Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by lullahush, Modern Love, Elaine Mai, Soulé, Sorcha Richardson, Robert John Ardiff, Bullet Girl & Melts. 

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lullahush – Elysium
The Mixed-Tape:
There are few artists that have debuted themselves on the Irish music in 2019 with such a singular take or style, but within the spectrum of two singles lullahush has certainly identified himself as a sonic auteur.

Modernlove. – Bop.
An ambitious shuddering alt-pop sound bursts forth from Modernlove’s ‘Bop’ as the band take the standard flourishes and hooks expected of pop music and give them a new vibrant twist resulting in an infectious overall sound.

Soulé, Elaine Mai & Sorcha Richardson – Butterflies
Making for a sublime collaboration from three artists whose individualistic styles meld together in the shape of serene pop gem ‘Butterflies’. Brimming to the top with pin-point harmonies, beats and textures, Soulé, Elaine Mai and Sorcha Richardson create a track that delivers with a sound the represents each artist’s strengths.

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Bullet Girl – The Rush
A short, sharp, shock of a track the multi-layered alt-rock of ‘The Rush’ finds Bullet Girl channelling their sound into something more immediate and expansive.

Melts – Seesaw
A sprawling slow-burn through soundscapes of post-punk and psych, ‘Seesaw’ is a brooding offering from Melts with a patient dynamic that builds to a clashing cacophony.

Robert John Ardiff – Somebody To Love
Somebody To Love’ takes shape through urgent angular guitar lines, relentless beats and reaching vocals, mirroring the uneasy tension of the song’s thematic undercurrent.

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

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