TLMT 4 | 4 Years in 101 Songs

This Friday, February 9th, the Last Mixed Tape celebrates 4 years of covering the Irish music scene with a show at the Sound House including sets from Bad Bones, Montauk Hotel, Beauty Sleep and King Bones. With year 5 just over the horizon, TLMT looks back with a massive 101 songs playlist made from the…

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This Weekend | January 12th – 14th featuring First Fortnight, Delorentos, the Redneck Manifesto, Ailbhe Reddy & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features First Fortnight, Delorentos, the Redneck Manifesto, Ailbhe Reddy & more.  Friday – January 12th First Fortnight | Therapy Sessions curated by Deloretnos – The Workman’s Club Line-up: Bleeding Heart Pigeons / Pillow Queens / Farah Elle Tickets: €10 Doors: 8 pm Rogue – Sin É Support: Jooce Tickets: FREE Doors: 9 pm Saturday –…

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TLMT’s June 2017 Mixed-Tape featuring Slow Skies, Rusangano Family, Wyvern Lingo & more

The Last Mixed Tape looks back at the last four weeks with some of the stand-out tracks from June 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 Rusangano Family, Wyvern Lingo, Sleep…

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The Mixed-Tape | Rusangano Family – I Know You Know

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape, we turn our attention to the brand new single from Rusangano Family, ‘I Know You Know’. Rusangano Family’s first new material since the release of their Choice Music Prize-winning album Let The Dead Bury The Dead, ‘I Know You Know’ shows the trio have lost…

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This Weekend | March 17th – 19th Gig Guide

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features shows from Rusangano Family, Lee Scratch Perry, Third Smoke, Young Earth, Bear’s Den and more.  Friday – March 17th Whelan’s Full Irish – Whelan’s Line-up: MAIN VENUE: Pillow Queens, Bring Out The Chimp, Oh Joy, Brass Phantoms, Chasing Felix, Pretty Beast. UPSTAIRS: Three Underneath, Wolves…

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Rusangano Family win RTÉ Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2016

Rusangano Family have won the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2016 for album Let the Dead, Bury the Dead. Announced at live ceremony in Vicar Street tonight, Rusangano Family were confirmed as this year’s Choice Music Prize winner for their album Let the Dead, Bury the Dead fending off competition from the likes of Bantum,…

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Watch | Rusangano Family unveil video for ‘Soul Food’

Limerick-based hip-hop three-piece Rusangano Family have unveiled their brand new music video for ‘Soul Food’. One of Ireland’s most impactful and in the moment acts, Rusangano Family have released the brilliant new single ‘Soul Food’ taken from the trio’s groundbreaking album Let The Dead Bury The Dead (read TLMT’s full review – here). As vibrant, alive with sound…

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AKA 2016 | Rusangano Family, MMOTHS & more join line-up

The music line-up for the Alternative Kilkenny Arts Festival have been announced today, including Rusangano Family and David Kitt. Running from July 28th to August 14th, AKA 2016 will include a plethora of Irish and International acts performing  in venues across Kilkenny City including appearances from: David Kitt, Nick Kelly, The Casey Sisters, The Whiskey…

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Playlist | The Last Mixed Tape’s April 2016

The Last Mixed Tape looks back on the last four weeks with some of the stand-out tracks from April 2016.  As 2016 continues to move forward, the Irish music scene saw several seminal records being released this month, including works from September Girls, Rusangano Family, Overhead the Albatross, Pleasure Beach, Colour Canyon, Carly Coonagh, Jerry Fish and…

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Review | Rusangano Family – Let The Dead Bury The Dead

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Let the Dead Bury the Dead, the much-anticipated new studio album from Rusangano Family. Let the Dead Bury the Dead is the kind of album that will be studied in future as an artistic impression of Ireland circa 2016. It’s important, it’s real and speaks of the here and now. Rusangano Family…

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