TLMT’s The Week featuring lullahush, Modernlove, Elaine Mai, Soulé, Sorcha Richardson, Robert John Ardiff, Melts & Bullet Girl

TLMT adds to its weekly Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by lullahush, Modern Love, Elaine Mai, Soulé, Sorcha Richardson, Robert John Ardiff, Bullet Girl & Melts.  lullahush – Elysium The Mixed-Tape: There are few artists that have debuted themselves on the Irish music in 2019 with such a singular take or style, but…

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International Women’s Day 2019 Mixed-Tape

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 the Last Mixed Tape has curated a mixed-tape of exciting new tracks released by a host of Women on the Irish music scene this year so far.  Soak – Knock Me Off My Feet The sonic sea change that SOAK has undergone since her acclaimed debut outing has become clearer in…

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TLMT’s The Week featuring AE Mak, Participant, Soulé, Fox Jaw, Super Silly & Kyoto Love Hotel

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by AE Mak, Participant, Soulé, Fox Jaw, Kyoto Love Hotel & Super Silly. AE Mak – We Have It Right Here AE Mak’s sound has grown to such a level that it can be truly called singular. From the interlocking…

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TLMT’s The Week featuring Soulé, ROE, Inni-K, All Tvvins, Tanjier, Fat Pablo & Sister Ghost

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Soulé, ROE, Inni-K, All Tvvins, Tanjier, Fat Pablo & Sister Ghost. 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 backdrop, this latest offering…

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The Week #05 | Featuring Wastefellow, the Late David Turpin, Soulé, Elaine Malone & Shelley Bukspan

The Last Mixed Tape’s Spotify playlist The Week #04 features new music from the likes of Wastefellow, the Late David Turpin, Soulé, Elaine Malone & Shelley Bukspan. Wastefellow – Philosophy Plastic Wastefellow returns with another glimpse into his genre-warping electronic sound with the off-kilter brilliance of ‘Philosophy Plastic’. The Late David Turpin – Lucifer The gothic…

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The Mixed-Tape | Soulé – Don’t Hold Your Breath

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to ‘Don’t Hold Your Breath’ by Soulé. The vast prism of sound that surrounds ‘Don’t Hold Your Breath’, the latest offering from electronic-pop act Soulé, mirrors the bittersweet lyrics and softly conveyed vocals to great effect. So much so that the…

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Playlist | TLMT’s February 2017 Mixed-Tape

The Last Mixed Tape looks back on the last four weeks with some of the stand-out tracks from February 2017.  TLMT has delved deep to deliver a playlist from some of the stand-out tracks reviewed, released and featured on the site this February, including: Pleasure Beach, Talos, Jafaris, Ódú, Slow Riot, Bad Fit, Rabble Babble,…

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The Mixed-Tape | Soulé – Good Life

In this latest edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Soulé and her latest single ‘Good Life’. There can be no escaping the vivid electronic R&B feel of ‘Good Life’, following on from her stand-out single ‘Love No More’ Soulé’s latest track is brimming with invention and creativity. Unashamedly…

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Booka Brass, BARQ & Soulé all set for Jameson Bow St Sessions

The Jameson Bow St. Sessions return this month with a stellar line-up of acts set to play the event. Taking place on  January 26th at the Sugar Club, the first of the 2017 Bow St. Sessions will include performances from festival favourites Booka Brass, agro-soul outfit BARQ as well as up and coming R&B artist Soulé. Keeping with Bow…

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The Mixed-Tape | Soulé – Love No More

In this week’s edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Soulé and her latest single ‘Love No More’. The ambitious R&B meets electroinca sound of ‘Love No More’ provides a perfectly set soundscape for Soulé to introduce herself. The songs skip and jumps from scattered beats to Soulé deftly…

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