Premiere | Check out the glistening dream-pop of Bad Fit ‘In The City’

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere ‘In The City’, the brand new single and music video from Bad Fit. Everything about Bad Fit and their sun drenched take on the dream/indie-pop genre screams TLMT favorites, indeed the minute their latest single passed across my desk I knew it had to be premiered here…

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Watch | Check out the hazy dream-pop of Telephone Explosions ‘Pocket’

Electronic duo Telephone Explosions have just released the music video for their single ‘Pocket’. A serene slice of electronic dream-pop, ‘Pockets’ is an almost ambient track that introduces the music of Telephone Explosions as one of deep atmosphere and gentle far-reaching production. Adding to this enchanting sound is a layer of vocal harmonies that wrap…

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Pleasure Beach set to headline Whelan’s

Belfast dream-pop outfit Pleasure Beach have announced at headline show in Whelan’s next month. Taking place on Thursday, February 23rd the acclaimed Choice Music Prize nominated four-piece, who opened for Bell X1 at the Olympia recently, will take their lush synth infused dream-pop to the Dublin venue. Pleasure Beach have also announced dates in the…

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Warpaint to play Vicar St. next year

Dream-pop act Warpaint have announced a headline show at Vicar St. in Dublin for March of next year.  Following the group’s stand-out show at the NCH recently, Warpaint will make their return to Ireland with a show at the Dublin venue on Sunday, March 26th as they tour their brilliant new album Heads Up. The album…

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Listen | Beauty Sleep return with the wondrous ‘Living Right’

Belfast-based dream-pop outfit Beauty Sleep have returned with their ambitious new single ‘Living Right’. ‘Living Right’ marks a startling return from Beauty Sleep. Finding the group in far more grander sonic territory the song is as big as it is deep, and flows effortlessly from melody to moment in an instant. A fully immersive track…

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Elastic Sleep announce headline show at Bello Bar

Cork-based dream-pop band Elastic Sleep are set to headline the Bello Bar next month. Taking place on Tuesday, December 15th, Elastic Sleep will bring their visceral live sound to the Dublin venue as part of a run of gigs the group will be embarking on in the coming weeks. See full tour dates below. Elastic…

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Listen | Frankenstein Bolts unveil their vivid new single ‘Lost Shells’

Wexford-based dream-pop band Frankenstein Bolts have unveiled their brand new single ‘Lost Shells’l, taken from their forthcoming second studio album A beautifully conceived song from start to finish, Frankenstein Bolts lay on the twinkling atmospheric vividness of their music with aplomb on ‘Lost Shells’. Instantly evocative of a time and place steeped in the hazy,…

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Elastic Sleep set for Brewery Corner in Kilkenny

Dream-pop band Elastic Sleep have confirmed a headline show at Brewery Corner in Kilkenny for Saturday, October 17th. The Cork-based band will play the Kilkenny venue next month as they take a some time out of work on their sophomore E.P, which is slated for release later this year. Elastic Sleep are a group who…

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Single Premiere | DAÄG HUR unveil their brand new single ‘Scorpion Tail’

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to exclusively premiere ‘Scorpion Tail’, the latest single from dream-pop duo DAÄG HUR.  The band’s first release on the Pickled Onion Record label, ‘Scorpion Tail’ sounds like what DAÄG HUR have been working towards since we first glimpsed early sketches of their music with last year’s attention grabbing demo ‘Hanging On…

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Princess to embark on UK & Europe tour supporting Ex Hex

Dublin alternative-rock act Princess have confirmed they will be supporting American power-pop trio Ex Hex. 2014 was a breakthrough year for the Dublin act, with Princess releasing the brilliant singles ‘Neverlook’ and ‘Molly’. Merging shoegaze, dream-pop and alternative-rock leanings into their striking sound Princess have continued to evolve since the release of their earlier E.P. Black…

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