The Mixed-Tape | James Vincent McMorrow – Me & My Friends

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to ‘Me & My Friends’ by James Vincent McMorrow. James Vincent McMorrow has returned with his brand new single ‘Me & My Friends’, a song that was written following the birth of his daughter. Taking on an almost electro R&B feel,…

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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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This Weekend | July 7th – 9th Gig Guide featuring Pixies, Lisa Hannigan, James Vincent McMorrow & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features Pixies, Lisa Hannigan, James Vincent McMorrow, Hennessey’s Lost Fridays and more.  Friday – July 7th James Vincent McMorrow – Trinity College Support: All Tvvins Tickets: €44.05 Hennessy Lost Friday – RHA Gallery Line-up: Wastefellow / Ships Tickets: €20 (include two complimentary Hennessy cocktails) Doors: 8 pm Little L Presents – The Sound…

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TLMT’s 10 Best Irish Albums of 2017 (So Far)

We’re at the halfway point of the year so it’s time for the Last Mixed Tape to pick its 10 Best Irish Albums of 2017 so far (in no particular order…). See below for full rundown and playlist. James Vincent McMorrow – True Care What TLMT had to say: “True Care is dreamlike. Beautifully textured and…

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TLMT’s May 2017 Mixed-Tape featuring James Vincent McMorrow, RUTH, Thumper, Tara Lee, Beauty Sleep & more

The Last Mixed Tape looks back at the last four weeks with some of the stand-out tracks from May 2017.  TLMT has delved deep to deliver a playlist from some of the stand-out tracks reviewed, released and featured on the blog or just caught the site’s attention this May including James Vincent McMorrow, RUTH, Thumper,…

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Review | James Vincent McMorrow – True Care

The Last Mixed Tape reviews True Care, the fourth studio album from James Vincent McMorrow.  True Care is dreamlike. Beautifully textured and bathed in a glistening haze, James Vincent McMorrow’s fourth outing is the culmination of what has come before it and what is happening now. On this record, everything has come together. Riding off the…

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Gregory Porter, Alt-J, Pixies & more announced for Summer Series at Trinity

The line-up for a series of concerts taking place in Trinity College this summer has been announced today, featuring Pixies, Alt-J, Gregory Porter and more.  Taking place in College Park on the grounds of Trinity College this July, the Summer Series will feature a stand-out line-up including: Gregory Porter, James Vincent McMorrow, Bell X1, Pixies, Two…

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Playlist | TLMT’s August 2016 Mixed-Tape

The Last Mixed Tape looks back on the last four weeks with some of the stand-out tracks from August 2016.  August brought the summer of 2016 to a stellar close, including the release of new singles, E.P’s and albums from All Tvvins, Sorcha Richardson, Beauty Sleep, Rocstrong, Joey Gavin, Kobina, Colour Canyon, Kevyn, James Vincent…

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Review | James Vincent McMorrow – We Move

The Last Mixed Tape reviews We Move, the third studio album from James Vincent McMorrow.  We Move is not just the new James Vincent McMorrow album. It’s the next phase in a career that’s constantly changing. We’re very far from the earthy shores of 2010’s Early In The Morning and further past the sunset haze of Post Tropical, this…

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Watch | James Vincent McMorrow releases beautifully choreographed video for ‘Rising Water’

James Vincent McMorrow’s spellbinding new single ‘Rising Water’ as been given an equally captivating music video. A music video with the same sense of scope and grandeur of the music it’s based on, the visuals for ‘Rising Water’ are just as evocative as the lush synth-pop sound of James Vincent McMorrow’s latest single. Coupled with…

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