AONAIR’s sonically daring ‘Your Man’ is a song awash with ambition and deep pop textures, making for a truly engrossing listen every time.
‘Better Days’ marks the return of Erica-Cody with a highly-stylized and powerful R&B sound that follows the rising artist’s instantly gripping vocal performance as it builds to an equally powerful ending.
Villagers delve deeper into the multi-musical, multi-textural sounds of proceeding singles, with the dreamlike ‘So Simpatico’. A wonderfully constructed piece, the song weaves its spell in a manner we come to expect from Conor O’Brien.
The delicate sound of ‘Good Enough’ is the kind of track that pulls you in with its fragility. Marking yet another brilliant songwriting turn from Maria Kelly, this offering is one to pay full attention to.
Taken from his forthcoming coming live E.P. From An Empty Castle, BK Pepper’s ‘Island’ is an intricately constructed piece of cinematic storytelling through captivating instrumentals.
Pine The Pilcrow traverse expansive atmospheric folk landscapes with their tense new single ‘Black Hills’. Wrapped in layers of lush musicality, the song has long depth of field that moves from heartfelt vocals, punctuated drums and tightly woven instrumentation.
The propellant post-punk urgency of TV People’s dynamically twisted ‘Out of Silence’ makes for a tense, wholly atmospheric milieu.
The Altered Hours make their presence felt on the noise-driven contortion of ‘Radiant Wound’. A tightly tense affair, the band melding of pyshc, alt-rock and post-punk makes for a imposing wall of sound.
Soaked in reverberating synth laden atmospheres, ‘Dig Gold’ finds songwriter O’Sullivan creating a world of sound that is all his own making.
Capturing the imagination from the very first notes Rónán Ó Snodaigh’s ‘Ar Ár Son’ is a truly unique offering that grabs you with each passing second.