TLMT adds to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Lydia Ford, Sister Ghost, Jape, Aoife Nessa Francis, Soda Blonde, Sinead O’Brien, Maria Kelly, and A. Smyth.
The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly gig guide This Weekend features Biig Piig, Weyes Blood, Sinead O’Connor & more.
The first waves of artists set to play as part of the Forbidden Fruit 2020 line-up have been announced today. … Continue Reading Forbidden Fruit 2020 announce first wave of acts including Underworld, Loyle Carner & more
Chromatics came to Vicar Street last night as part of their Double Exposure Tour with support from Double Mixte and Desire. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the show.
Saint Sister have just released the short sharp shock of ‘Fake Friends Run This Country’ and recently took the time to speak to the Last Mixed Tape about the inspirations behind it.
Damien Dempsey is set to return to the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin next summer for a headline show.
In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape, we turn our attention to ‘IDWBYGF’ by Lydia Ford.
The Last Mixed Tape reviews Romances, the brand new studio album from the Late David Turpin. Romances takes the form … Continue Reading Review | “Twelves short stories on the helplessness of romance” The Late David Turpin – Romances
TLMT adds to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by the Wha, Elkin, Mango X Mathman ft. Lisa Hannigan, Lilla Vargen, Sive & Happyalone.
Alt-pop duo Elkin have unveiled the music video for their brand new single ‘DIY’.
The legendary Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds will return to Dublin next year with a show at the 3Arena. … Continue Reading Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds announce Dublin gig at the 3Arena
The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly gig guide This Weekend features HÆLOS, Elkin, Elkae, Join Me In The Pines & more.
Alarmist spoke to TLMT about the ir newrecord, their inspirations and what they’re listening to now.
Indie-pop act Blossoms have announced several Irish tour dates including a headline set at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin.
The Murder Capital have just announced their biggest headline show to date at Vicar Street in Dublin.
American rock duo Larkin Poe have announced a headline show at the Button Factory next summer.