Interview | "The music scene is an ecosystem. We need grants and incentives from the Government to support musicians as well as these sort of spaces" Úna Molloy talks to TLMT about Lost Lane's plans for 2020

Lost Lane programmer Úna Molloy talks to the Last Mixed Tape about the venue’s plans for 2020, the Irish music scene and creating a space for artists.

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This Weekend | September 27th – 29th Gig Guide featuring Saint Sister, Vernon Jane, Inhaler & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly gig guide This Weekend features Saint Sister, Vernon Jane, Inhaler & more.

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Photos | Forbidden Fruit 2019 – Monday featuring Elbow, Fontaines D.C, Saint Sister, Julien Baker, Pillow Queens, RY X, Soda Blonde & more

Forbidden Fruit 2019 came to a close on Monday night at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham with sets from the likes of Elbow, Fontaines D.C, Saint Sister, Julien Baker, Pillow Queens, RY X, Soda Blonde, I Have A Tribe, Join Me In The Pines, Glasshouse presents Holoscene & more. The Last Mixed Tape was there to…

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TLMT’s Monthly Mixed-Tape featuring Just Mustard, Kitt Philippa, Saint Sister, Naoise Roo, Sick Love, JyellowL & more

TLMT looks back at the last four weeks to pick out some of the stand-out tracks coming out of Ireland, featuring Just Mustard, Kitt Philippa, Saint Sister, Naoise Roo, Sick Love, JyellowL & more.  Tanjier – Days ‘Days’ finds Tanjier delivering a polished anthemic pop song that glistens with hooks and dynamic peaks and troughs…

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TLMT’s The Week Featuring Saint Sister, Just Mustard, whenyoung, Naoise Roo, Kobina, Katie O’Connor, Bitch Falcon & Nnic

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Saint Sister, Just Mustard, whenyoung, Naoise Roo, Kobina, Katie O’Connor, Bitch Falcon, & Nnic. Just Mustard – October A doom-laden rumble, hypnotically isolating vocal and screeching textural underbelly characterize ‘October’ as Just Mustard continue to contort their music into…

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The Mixed-Tape | “A dreamlike track awash with obscured hazy sounds” Saint Sister – “Is It Too Early (Kilmainham)”

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape, we turn our attention to “Is It Too Early (Kilmainham)”. Marking a sure-footed sonic sea change for Siant Sister, the duo’s comeback single ‘Is It Too Early (Kilmainham)’ merges their naturally enchanting vocal harmonies with a production populated by vivid synth textures with undercutting crunching…

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This Weekend | April 26th – 28th Gig Guide featuring Wastefellow, Saint Sister, Wyvern Lingo, Crows & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide This Weekend features Wastefellow, Saint Sister, Wyvern Lingo, Crows & more. Friday – April 26th Wastefellow – The Button Factory Support: Fat Pablo Tickets: €10 Doors: 8 pm Saint Sister – Lost Lane Tickets: SOLD OUT Doors: 7.30 pm Anna Meike – Unitarian Church Tickets: €15 / €25 (Vinyl/FreeEntry) Doors: 8 pm True Tides – Whelan’s…

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This Weekend | January 11th – 13th Gig Guide featuring David Keenan, Peachface, Saint Sister & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide This Weekend features David Keenan, Peachface, Saint Sister, Molly Sterling & more. Friday – January 11th David Keenan – Whelan’s Tickets: SOLD OUT Doors: 8 pm Peachface – Bello Bar Support: Dott / Darragh McCabe Tickets: €10 Doors: 8 pm First Fortnight Therapy Sessions | Stephen James Smith / Saint Sister / Tandem Felix…

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TLMT Podcast | Sara and Steve review the latest albums from Saint Sister, We Cut Corners & Villagers

The latest episode of the Last Mixed Tape podcast and this week Sara and Steve review brand new music from Saint Sister, We Cut Corners & Villagers. In this edition of the TLMT podcast, hosts Sara and Steve talk inspiration, creativity and work, and also review Saint Sister’s much-anticipated debut outing Shape of Silence, We Cut Corners…

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Review | “The music of Shape of Silence is world building” Saint Sister – Shape Of Silence

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Shape Of Silence, the long-awaited debut album from alt-folk duo Saint Sister.  The music of Shape of Silence is world building. Casting a widescreen sound across the span of twelve tightly interwoven tracks, Saint Sister’s debut offering is a cinematic affair filled with a sense of enchanting foreboding and sonic beauty. An album…

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