Review | And So I Watch You From Afar – The Endless Shimmering

The Last Mixed Tape reviews The Endless Shimmering, the fifth studio album from And So I Watch You From Afar. And So I Watch You From Afar’s The Endless Shimmering is an album that seeks to evoke rather than impact. You take from it what you bring into it. Nothing is explained, there is no hand…

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Listen | And So I Watch You From Afar unleash the epic ‘Dying Giants’

And So I Watch You From Afar have given yet another glimpse into their upcoming album The Endless Shimmering with ‘Dying Giants’. Spanning a near epic seven minutes plus, the latest offering from And So I Watch You From Afar finds the group giving full flight to their expansive math via post-rock sound. From beginning to end…

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Watch | And So I Watch You From Afar return with ‘A Slow Unfolding Of Wings’

And So I Watch You From Afar have unveiled ‘A Slow Unfolding Of Wings’, the first single from their upcoming fifth album.  Taken from And So I Watch You From Afar’s forthcoming The Endless Shimmering album (due out on October 20th), ‘A Slow Unfolding Of Wings’ is as epic and far-reaching as we’ve come to expect…

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Premiere | WASPS unleash the music video for ‘Which Way Did He Go?”

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the music video for ‘Which Way Did He Go?’ by WASPS.  A big chorused, melodically infused math-rock sound runs right through the music of WASPS. Characterized in the duo’s most recent single ‘Which Way Did He Go?’, the pair’s own take on the genre melds several styles…

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Premiere | Bicurious unleash the bang and clatter of ‘T.O.I’

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the brand new music for ‘T.O.I’ by Dublin two-piece Bicurious.  Featuring samples from Terry McMahon’s speech on homelessness and suicide in Ireland, ‘T.O.I’ is an intricately woven web of beats, melody and dynamic twists that blasts from the speakers with a sizable bang and clatter. Add to…

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Listen | Check out the tumbling sound of WASPS ‘Which Way Did He Go?’

Belfast two-piece WASPS have just unveiled their brand new single ‘Which Way Did He Go?’. Following on from ‘Future Endeavours’ (released earlier this year), WASP latest offering ‘Which Way Did He Go?’ finds the duo’s sound taking on a more overt indie style with the stop start dynamics of the song pushing and pulling each…

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Bicurious to launch debut single ‘Sugar Beats’ at Sin É

Instrumental-rock two-piece Bicurious have announced a headline show in Sin É this Spring. Taking place at the Dublin venue on Thursday, April 13th the gig will see Bicurious launch their brand new single ‘Sugar Beats’ (check out the teaser clip below) which is due out on the same day. The forthcoming Sin É show will…

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Listen | Check out the deep contrast sound of WASPS and ‘Future Endeavours’

Belfast band WASPS create a noise ridden deeply contrasting sound with their new single ‘Future Endeavors’. Part math-rock, part punk, WASPS sound is one that dynamically moves back and forth while texturally turning on a dime. Going from intricate fast paced melodies to brute force punk in the blink of an eye, and featuring a…

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Review | Overhead, the Albatross – Learning to Growl

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Learning to Growl, the much-anticipated debut album from Overhead, the Albatross.  Time has been a factor in the making of Learning to Growl. Much has been made of how long it has taken Overhead, the Albatross to deliver their long-awaited debut album. But time, it seems, has done more than hold back…

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The Mixed-Tape | Overhead, the Albatross – Indie Rose

In this latest edition of T.L.M.T’s song of the week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Overhead, the Albatross and their new single ‘Indie Rose’. As Overhead, the Albatross continue to build-up to their long awaited debut album Learning to Growl, the group give a understated look into the record with ‘Indie Rose’. Unlike…

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