Review | "from the roar to the repose, everything has a weight to it" David Keenan – A Beginner's Guide To Bravery

The Last Mixed Tape reviews A Beginners Guide To Bravery, the much-anticipated debut album from David Keenan.

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Review | “an album that needed to be made” Havvk – Cause & Effect

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Cause & Effect, the debut studio album from Havvk.

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Review | “Sentinel is the calm after the storm where things feel still” Jape – Sentinel

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Sentinel, the brand new studio album from Jape.

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Review | “it’s not only story telling, it’s world building” Lankum – The Livelong Day

The Last Mixed Tape reviews The Livelong Day, the brand new studio album from Lankum.

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Review | “Twelves short stories on the helplessness of romance” The Late David Turpin – Romances

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Romances, the brand new studio album from the Late David Turpin. Romances takes the form of a series of vignettes that muse on the impact that love, lust and loss can have on our lives as the Late David Turpin brings together a compelling cast of vocalists to play each…

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Review | “a record that compels us to delve deeper into it” Kitt Philippa – Human

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Human, the debut studio album from songwriter Kitt Philippa.

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Review | “intimacy within the grandeur” Dermot Kennedy – Without Fear

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Without Fear, the debut studio album from Dermot Kennedy.

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Review | “An album that is as welcoming to listen to as sitting down to read your favorite well-leafed through novel” Tandem Felix – Rom Com

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Rom-Com, the long-awaited debut album from Tandem Felix.

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“A scene that can present itself in a light that matches the art being made within that milieu is already one step ahead” TLMT’s Ireland Music Week 2019 Highlights

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Ireland Music Week 2019 and picks out its festival highlights.

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Review | “The Murder Capital is a part of this musical coup d’état When I Have Fears is their manifesto” The Murder Capital – When I Have Fears

The Last Mixed Tape reviews When I Have Fears, the debut studio album from the Murder Capital. There is a cultural explosion happening, one that Ireland is at the forefront of. A coup d’état is taking over the mainstream as more vital music is taking hold and demolishing the sonic wallpaper that has lined our ears…

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