Video Premiere | Ódú returns with the neon noir-pop of ‘The Feeling’

Pop artist Ódú returns with her brand new single ‘The Feeling’, check out the track’s music video premiere here on TLMT. Set to a deep neon noir-pop sound, the glistening synths, pulsing beat and silk vocal melodies of Ódú’s latest offering ‘The Feeling’, meld into one working backdrop of cinematic, emotive music driven by mood…

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Watch | Just Mustard deliver a doom-laden rumble in ‘October’

Just Mustard returns with a brand new music video for the sonically visceral ‘October’, the second half of their new split single.  A doom-laden rumble, hypnotically isolating vocal and screeching textural underbelly characterize ‘October’ as Just Mustard continue to contort their music into a barely restrained brooding beast. The contrasting Lynchian dreamlike and nightmarish interplay,…

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Premiere | May Rosa unveils the abstract dreamlike ‘Ghost Bike’

Check out the Last Mixed Tape’s exclusive premiere of the brand new music video for ‘Ghost Bike’ by May Rosa. Taken from her recent E.P. Waxwork Sweetheart, ‘Ghost Bike’ finds May Rosa weaving her spell with an enchanting vocal that plays against the powerful alt-pop production that propels the music further and further into the dreamlike…

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Video Premiere | Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail deliver the gesturally enchanting video for ‘Arrival’

Check out the Last Mixed Tape’s exclusive premiere of the ‘Arrival’ music video from Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail. Taken from Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail’s forthcoming album Borders (due out on June 14th via Quiet Arch), ‘Arrival’ is a vast sounding piece that captures an array of rising beats, washing background textures and cinematic string…

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Premiere | Callum Orr returns with the tender ‘Wedding Song’

Check out the Last Mixed Tape’s exclusive premiere of ‘Wedding Song’ the brand new single from Callum Orr. A heartfelt love song, ‘Wedding Song’ is a gently set return from Callum Orr filled with a tender indie-folk production that builds in waves vivid harmony as the music dances from moments of repose to large swells…

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Watch | Just Mustard return with the ominous bristling of ‘Frank’

Just Mustard have returned with their brand new single ‘Frank’, accompanied by a visually off-setting music video. ‘Frank’ marks a stark clarity within the sonic milieu that Just Mustard create. Making great use of the group’s ability to construct tense music that rests on a knife edge coupled with hypnotic vocals that lull you further…

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Premiere | Lyndsey Lawlor debuts with the bristling sound of ‘Eat The Money’

Lyndsey Lawlor unveils the music video for her debut single ‘Eat The Money’ exclusively on the Last Mixed Tape. A song that bristles with an off-kilter alt-rock sound, Lyndsey Lawlor’s ‘Eat The Money’ has a real bite to it, as the track moves from tense opening meandering to full-force indie in the blink of an…

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Watch the deeply effecting music video for Conor Walsh’s ‘Bars’ directed by Brendan Canty and poem by Erin Fornoff

A brand new music video has been made for ‘Bars’, a piece taken from Conor Walsh’s stunning posthumous album The Lucid.  Shot in black and white and filmed on the rivers banks where Walsh once fished, the breath-taking visuals directed by Brendan Canty and shot by Colm Hogan & Roman Bugovski that accompany ‘Bars’ deftly capture…

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Watch | Jackie Beverly unveils atmospheric new video for ‘Talk It Through’

Jackie Beverly has just unveiled her debut music video for her sophomore single ‘Talk It Through’.  Building on the themes of relationships, friendships and mental health found within Jackie Beverly’s ‘Talk It Through’, the music video (filmed by Ciaran O’Brien) gradually becomes more obscure both visually and narratively. The nighttime setting perfectly matches the glistening…

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Video Premiere | Ruth Mac debuts the hazy dream-pop of ‘Speed’

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the new music video for ‘Speed’, the debut single from Ruth Mac. A song that sits perfectly on a bed of jangled guitars, gently set vocals and a hazy dream-pop-esque production, Ruth Mac’s ‘Speed’ works to introduce the songwriter as a force to be reckoned with. The…

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