Ships win the Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2017

Ships have won the Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2017 at a ceremony in Vicar Street tonight.   Fending off stiff competition form the likes of James Vincent McMorrow, Fangclub, Fionn Reagan, New Jackson, Otherkin, Talos, Marlene Enright and Come On Live Long to win the coveted prize, which they received for their album Percession. See the full list of…

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Interview | Come On Live Long – Q&A

Come On Live Long spoke to the Last Mixed Tape about what music their listening to at the moment and the group’s current album In The Still, ahead of their set this week at RHA’s Hennessy Lost Friday (October 20th) alongside Columbia Mills and DJ Alex Donald.   What is influencing you at the moment? I’ve been getting a lot…

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This Weekend | June 16th – 18th Gig Guide featuring the 1975, Pleasure Beach, Katie Kim & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features the 1975, Pleasure Beach, Katie Kim, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Come On Live Long and more.  Friday – June 16th The Wellington Weekend: Katie Kim/Aoife Nessa Francis – The Workman’s Club Tickets: FREE Doors: 8 pm Haiku – The Grand Social Tickets: €10 Doors: 8 pm Saturday – June 17th…

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Review | Come On Live Long – In The Still

The Last Mixed Tape reviews In The Still, the brand new studio album from Come On Live Long. In The Still is an album built from a clear sense of space and depth. A quietly ambitious record, Come On Live Long’s sophomore outing is cast across a great widescreen production, populated by echoing beats and reverb drenched vocals,…

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Watch | Check out Come On Live Long’s video for ‘In The Still’

Come On Live Long have unveiled their latest music video for ‘In The Still’, the title track from their forthcoming studio album. A dramatic and atmospheric track that builds to a growl, ‘In The Still’ fittingly traverses the dynamic and melodic power of Come On Live Long whilst also giving us a further glimpse into the…

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Watch | Come On Live Long bring a big dynamic shift with ‘Sum Of Its Parts’

Come On Live Long have released ‘Sum Of It Parts’ a powerful new single from their forthcoming sophomore album In The Still. A sign of things to come from the In The Still, ‘Sum Of Its Parts’ is a song that plays with the washing soundscapes and sonic heft that Come On Live Long are capable of.…

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Listen | Check out Come On Live Long’s vividly vibrant ‘Bones To Break’

Alternative-pop outfit Come On Live Long have returned with their brand new single ‘Bones To Break’. ‘Bones to Break’ is fun. From the electro-pop influences mixed with alternative-pop songwriting  (with an added hint of funk) that lead to full-on explosions of sound just before hook filled choruses, to the sheer energy exuding from the production of…

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Listen | Check out the shimmering sound of ‘Glow’ by Enemies (feat. Louise Gaffney)

Enemies have given us a glimpse into their forthcoming final album Valuables with the track ‘Glow’. Featuring Come On Live Long’s Louise Gaffney and filled with spacious shimmering textures, ‘Glow’ is a beautifully set insight into Valuables. With a bedrock of constant and punctuated rhythms, a middle ground of weaving melody and a foreground dominated by Gaffney’s softly…

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Playlist | Come On Live Long’s Knockanstockan 2016 Mixed-Tape

In the build-up to Knockanstockan 2016 TLMT has asked acts from this year’s line-up to choose their own festival mixed-tape, and tell us about what they’re looking forward seeing at Blessington in July. This time it’s the turn of alternative-pop act Come On Live Long. Read below to see what they had to say and…

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Carriages, Come On Live Long & more set for Thirty Four Saturdays

A stellar line-up of artists are set to perform at Homebeat’s new HQ/Cafe/Record Shop in Portobello, Thirty Four. Starting from February 6th and running every Saturday from 2 pm – 3 pm at Thirty Four on Lennox Street, Dublin 8 the series of gigs and exhibitions will feature live music from Come On Live Long, Wounded Healer, Anderson,…

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