TLMT’s The Week featuring lullahush, Otherkin, Meghan Murray, Reevah & Susie Blue

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by lullahush, Otherkin, Meghan Murray, Reevah & Susie Blue. Otherkin – All That Remains Won’t Be The Same Highly stylised ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ adds a widescreen, almost cinematic layer to Otherkin’s close-quarters indie-rock core that instantly…

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The Mixed-Tape | “gigantically ambitious sonic shift” Otherkin – All That Remains Won’t Be The Same

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape, we turn our attention to ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ by Otherkin. Far and away the most distinct departure into new territory by Otherkin, the neon glisten and hard-edged synth-noir sheen of ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ is a gigantically ambitious…

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TLMT’s Monthly Mixed-Tape featuring Fontaines D.C, Nnic, Molly Sterling, Havvk, ROE, Otherkin & more

TLMT looks back at the last four weeks to pick out some of the stand-out tracks coming out of Ireland, featuring Fontaines D.C, Nnic, Molly Sterling, Havvk, ROE, Otherkin & more. ROE – Down Days ROE returns with the gentle alt-pop of ‘Down Days’. A song set against a wide-open, dynamically moving and sonically spacious…

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TLMT’s The Week featuring Fontaines D.C, Otherkin, Melts, Nerves, Havvk & Erica Cody

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Fontaines D.C, Otherkin, Melts, Nerves, Havvk & Erica Cody.  Fontaines D.C. – Big Early contender for song of the year, ‘Big’ (and its engrossing music video – directed by Molly Keane) is everything Fontaines D.C. has promised up to this…

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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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TLMT Reader’s Top 20 Albums of 2017

The votes have been counted and from over 30 nominees the Last Mixed Tape readers have chosen what was their Top 20 Albums of 2017. See the full list and Spotify playlist below.  20. Come On Live Long – In The Still What TLMT had to say: “In The Still is an album built from a clear sense of space…

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This Weekend | December 15th – 17th Gig Guide featuring Otherkin, King Bones, Talos & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features Otherkin, King Bones, Talos, Glen Hansard & more.  Friday – December 15th Otherkin – The Button Factory Support: Wounds Tickets: €15 Doors: 8pm Talos – St. Ann’s Church Tickets: SOLD-OUT Doors: 8pm Bleeding Heart Pigeons – Whelan’s (upstairs) Tickets: €12 Doors: 8 pm My Lovely Neigh-Tivity – Whelan’s Line-up: Cathy Davey / CC Brez…

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Review | Otherkin – OK

The Last Mixed Tape reviews OK, the much-hyped debut studio album from indie-rock outfit Otherkin. For some time now Irish indie-rock has needed someone to take the bull by the horns and drag the music back from the point of total blandification in terms of mainstream perspective (a place in which the likes of Coronas, Kodaline and…

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Interview | Otherkin “Let’s just write a load of bangers that make people wanna lose their shit”

With the release of their debut album OK just over the horizon, Otherkin band members David Anthony and Conor Wynne spoke to the Last Mixed Tape about the group’s recent rise to prominence, being free to write indie bangers and the Irish music scene.  Several years ago I had the opportunity to see Otherkin play one of…

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Gig News | Otherkin, the Divine Comedy, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Jack Lukeman & more announce Dublin shows

Several new gigs have been announced for Dublin today including Otherkin, Jack Lukeman, Bad Bones, the Divine Comedy and more. Otherkin – Whelan’s: November 11th Following a summer of rip-roaring festival appearances indie-rock outfit Otherkin have announced a headline show in Whelan’s main venue on Friday, November 11th. Tickets: €13 and will go on sale Wednesday, 7th…

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