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TLMT’s The Week Featuring New Music by The Murder Capital, m(h)aol, modernlove & more

TLMT adds to its Weekly Spotify playlist with new music from the past 7 days in Irish music.

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The Murder Capital – Return My Head


Our latest glimpse into the greater world of Gigi’s Recovery, the angular foundations and propellant dynamic peaks of ‘Return My Head’ alludes to the Murder Capitals refining sound.

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Modernlove – Ruin Your Night


A widescreen-pop sound emanates throughout the sonic spectrum found within Modernlove’s latest offering, ‘Ruin Your Night’. A swing for the fences track, the band’s ear for rich melodies and hooks comes to the fore.

MELTYBRAINS? – EASE THAT MIND


‘Ease That Mind’ is a kaleidoscopic collage of electronic sounds alive with undulating and augmented pops and clicks that set the tone for Meltybrains? upcoming You album.

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M(H)AOL – THERAPY


Resting upon a bedrock of ragged, distorted edges, m(h)aol’s ‘Therapy’ contorts itself between the buzzsaw tones and abstracting vocals, creating a truly striking sound.

BONNEER – STRANGERS


A delicately set ballad from Bonneer, ‘Strangers’ resonates with an atmospherically charged alt-pop feel, pulled into focus by Bonneer’s powerful vocal presence.

Photo credit: Brian O’Keefe

ABE SOARE – OASIS


‘Oasis’ takes shape via a myriad of punctuated beats and a large-scale indie-folk sound that rests beneath an acrobatic vocal performance from Abe Soare.

KAZMS – NOTHING I CAN SAY


Set against a strong depth of field, ‘Nothing I Can Say’ finds Kazms twisting and turning a myriad of sounds around a jolting electronic backdrop and dynamic foreground.

Photo credit: Naomi Williams

LEILA JANE – WILD


Ambitous in its presentation and delivery, Leila Jane steps foot onto the Eurovision scene with ‘Wild’, a stylsitcally set electro-pop song that fills the screen with beats and hooks.

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