Ryan Vail interview – Q&A

Electronic artist Ryan Vail will play a special Homebeat show alongside Conor Walsh, at the Unitarian Church in Dublin this Friday night (December 12th). Vail took some time to speak to the Last Mixed Tape about the show, bespoke music events and his songwriting process. You play the Unitarian Church this month. Does performing in…

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Hermitage Green interview – On The Road

Limerick based indie-folk outfit Hermitage Green are a band who have carved out a name for themselves through hard work and extensive touring. Ahead of the group’s Irish tour this month, the Last Mixed Tape caught up with the five-piece to talk about their live sound, writing and their forthcoming debut album.  “We started out…

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Columbia Mills interview – Restore Factory Settings

Indietronica duo Columbia Mills made an impact earlier this year with the release of their stunning single ‘Never Gonna Look At You The Same’. Now the band have delivered on this initial promise with their debut E.P. Factory Settings. Both Ste Ward and Fiachra Treacy met with T.L.M.T recently to speak about the record ahead of its release and…

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Little Hours interview – In Time

Irish indie-folk duo Little Hours are set to headline a show at the Sugar Club this Thursday, November 27th following the release of their self-titled debut E.P. Recently John and Ryan spoke to the Last Mixed Tape about their first record and songwriting. “We had both been writing songs separately before we started Little Hours” says vocalist…

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Augustines interview – From Sunken Ships to…

Indie-rock act Augustines will take their current tour supporting the band’s self-titled sophomore album to the stage in Whelan’s this Thursday, November 27th. Drummer Rob Allen took the time recently to speak to the Last Mixed Tape about Augustines’ new album and continued evolution.  “The first record was born out of action” Rob recalls about the making…

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The Minutes interview – Q&A

Dublin rock ‘n’ roll trio the Minutes are set to play the Odessa Club in Dublin next Wednesday (November 26th) as part of the venue’s 10th anniversary celebrations. Band member Mark Austin took the time to speak to TLMT about the group’s sophomore album Live Well, Change Often and their plans for the future. With 2014 coming to a close, how…

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Spines interview – Q&A

Emerging Dublin noise-pop act Spines have had a breakthrough 2014 so far, with the group quickly capturing the imagination of many on the Irish music scene (culminating their recent single ‘Bite Me’ being chosen for our song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape). This Saturday, November 15th the four-piece will play their first headline show in Fibber Magees. This…

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The Co-Present interview – Year One

Weekly Irish-indie radio show the Co-Present is set to celebrate its first birthday broadcasting on Radiomade.ie this month (November 21st at 1pm). Hosted by Dwayne Woods and co-presenter Niamh Farrell the show has featured a plethora of live performances and interviews with some of the countries most exciting artists. Dwayne, Niamh and sound engineer Gav Hennessy recently spoke to T.L.M.T about the Co-Present’s…

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Ballet School interview – Q&A

Synth-pop trio Ballet School will play the Workman’s Club in Dublin on Friday, November 21st. The band took the time to speak to the Last Mixed Tape about their debut album The Dew Lasts An Hour and the challenges of performing electronic music live. Earlier this year you released your debut album, The Dew Lasts An Hour. What…

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Carrie Rodriguez interview – Q&A

Singer-songwriter Carrie Rodriguez is set to perform at the Workman’s Club this Wednesday, November 12th as she continues to tour her most recent album ‘Give Me All You Got’. Carrie took some time out to speak to T.L.M.T about touring, writing and inspiration.  You are currently touring you last studio album, 2013’s Give Me All You Got.…

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