Review | “an album which makes us all feel a little less alone when we seem lost” Gavin Glass – Opus Pocus

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Opus Pocus, the latest studio album from singer-songwriter Gavin Glass.  There are certain points in life when fear driven by malaise can be all-encompassing. That feeling of directionlessness is easy to identify with, even if it’s not easy to admit to. Boldly, Gavin Glass has put this all out on front-street…

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Paul Noonan, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Ollie Cole & more set play Set Theatre in aid of Chernobyl

Paul Noonan, Maria Doyle Keenedy, Ollie Cole and more are all set to play a show that marks the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Taking place at the Set Theatre in Kilkenny on April 26th the show will feature performances from Bell X 1’s frontman Paul Noonan, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Gavin Glass, Ollie Cole,…

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Photos | Dublin Blues, Roots & Brass Festival 2016

The Dublin Blues, Roots & Brass Festival 2016 took over Whelan’s and the Opium Room last weekend including sets from Gavin Glass, CC Brez, Beef Supreme and more. TLMT was there to cover Saturday’s festivities.  Click and scroll to see the full gallery below. All photos by Stephen White. For more information on the Dublin…

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Doctor Millar & friends set for Whelan’s

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Doctor Millar is set to headline a show in Whelan’s this Friday (November 27th).  With a sound that rests between alternative-country and folk Sean Millar will bring his back catalog of work (including his most recent album C48) to the stage this weekend and will be joined by Gavin Glass (piano, guitar), Brian Flemming(percussion), Zeenat…

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Gavin Glass, the Eskies & more to play Blues, Roots & Brass festival this weekend

This weekend will see the Blues, Roots & Brass festival descend upon the Camden Quarter in Dublin with performances from Gavin Glass, the Eskies & more.  Featuring in the Blues, Roots & Brass festival 2015 line-up are: Gavin Glass & the New Shakers, Dublin Blues Cartel, the Eskies, Jem Mitchell & more. See below for full bill.…

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Gavin Glass to launch new album in Whelan’s

Singer-songwriter Gavin Glass will celebrate the release of his brand new album Sunday Songs with a show  in Whelan’s on June 28th. Glass, whose latest record Sunday Songs has been met with a strong critical reception upon its release (including TLMT – read our full review here), will officially launch the album at the Dublin venue this month and…

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Listen | TLMT Podcast Ep. 14 – You Broke My Heart David Lynch

This week on the TLMT Podcast Steve reviews Gavin Glass, i am niamh & more, briefly visits Oz and laments the loss of Twin Peaks. While Kate debut’s her spot on Ronan Keating impression. Kate & Steve also discuss this weekend’s Canalaphonic festival, Blur’s Electric Picnic announcement, while also picking the must see gigs happening over the weekend. Listener’s…

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Gavin Glass – Sunday Songs

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Sunday Songs the fourth studio album from Irish singer-songwriter Gavin Glass. The bittersweet sound of Sunday Songs shines a light on one of this countries best kept songwriting secrets, Gavin Glass. Filled with yearning romanticism etched in reality the album moves between longing, retrospection and regret delivering a personal but deeply relatable take on…

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First acts for Canalaphonic 2015 line-up announced

The first wave of artists set to perform at the first Canalaphonic music festival in Dublin has been announced today. Running from Friday, May 8th to Saturday, May 9th at several stages, pubs and venues around the Rathmines/Portobello area Canalaphonic 2015 will feature a wide array of acts from a broad scope of genres and…

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Gavin Glass to premiere new album at this month’s Classic Vinyl Sunday

Monthly music event Classic Vinyl Sunday has added a new dimension to its March show with songwriter Gavin Glass set to premiere his new album. This month’s Classic Vinyl Sunday album comes from folk-rock forefathers the Band and their seminal self-titled (or Brown album) sophomore record. Released in 1969 the L.P features career defining songs for the…

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