Watch | Brass Phantoms return with a fuller sonic picture on ‘Indigo’

Post-punk band Brass Phantoms have released their brand new music video and single entitled ‘Indigo’.  Giving us a fuller sonic picture in terms of production, ‘Indigo’ finds Brass Phantoms going for a more impactful atmosphere. Brimming with sudden bursts of melodic texture the group’s latest offering is a dramatic realization of their post-punk/indie sound. ‘Indigo’…

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The Mixed-Tape | Laoise – Rich

In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to ‘Rich’, the brand new single from Laoise. The continuing evolution of Laoise from single to single is one of great prospect. With each new offering, the highly stylised sonic milieu has gotten broader and more ambitious. ‘Rich’ furthers this growth.…

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TLMT’s Guide To Hard Working Class Heroes 2017 featuring Le Boom, Bad Bones, Thumper & more

Hard Working Class Heroes 2017 is set to take over Dublin City this weekend (Friday, September 28th – Saturday, September 29th). With only days to go, TLMT has delved deep and come up with its Guide To HWCH 2017. See below for the full rundown, Spotify playlist and stage times.  The Workman’s Club Fontaines – Friday: 8.45pm Rough…

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TLMT’s 8-Track #28 featuring Pins, Kristin Kontrol, Angel Olsen, Charlotte Gainsbourg & more

Pins, Kristin Kontrol, Angel Olsen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and more all feature on this week’s TLMT 8-Track. Check out the full Spotify playlist below. Pins – Serve The Rich Manchester noise-pop outfit Pins make their return with the bristling angular sound of their brand new single ‘Serve The Rich’. Kristin Kontrol – Concrete Love Kristen Kontrol (formally Dee Dee Penny…

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This Weekend | September 22nd – 24th Gig Guide featuring Culture Night, Stomptown Brass, Canalaphonic & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features Stomptown Brass, Canalaphonic 2017, Culture Night, Jerry Fish and more.  Friday – September 22nd Culture Night 2017 Info: Full list of events happening all over Dublin – here Fringe Festival: The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish – Project Arts Festival Tickets:  €20 Doors: 9 pm Fringe Festival: Stomptown…

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Listen | Sorcha Richardson undergoes a sonic sea change with ‘Waking Life’

Indie-pop songwriter Sorcha Richardson has taken a new direction with her latest single ‘Waking Life’. Quite possibly Richardson’s most accomplished and vivid records to date, ‘Waking Life’ pulses with an electronic backdrop and a lush production aesthetic. Going from the D.I.Y sound of her previous work such ‘Ruin Your Night’, Sorcha Richardson has undergone a…

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Listen | Bad Bones returns with the glitching melting pot of ‘You’

Dublin-based electronic artist Bad Bones has just unveiled a brand new single, entitled ‘You’.  From the outset of ‘You’ Bad Bones’ distinctive sonic style comes to the fore. Quick cut beats, vocal weaving, and a vividness to the production itself characterize the artist’s latest offering as something very different indeed. A frantically paced four minutes of…

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Reverberation 2017 returns to the Grand Social

Now celebrating its third year, Reverberation 2017 will return to the Grand Social this weekend.  Taking place at the Dublin venue for one night only on Saturday, September 23rd and presented by Retro Revival Indie Club, this year’s Reverberation music festival will feature live sets from newly formed local dream-pop four-piece A Ritual Sea, Scottish alternative-rock…

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Listen | The Wood Burning Savages unleash the manic fuzz of ‘Living Hell’

Derry-based alternative-rock outfit the Wood Burning Savages have returned with the brand new single ‘Living Hell’. There can certainly be no doubting the manic fury behind the Wood Burning Savages comeback single ‘Living Hell’. Clocking in at under three minutes the track wastes little time in making an impact and grabbing the attention. Fueled by…

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Listen | Check out the bang and clatter of Rory Nellis’ ‘Friend Of A Friend’

Belfast based songwriter Rory Nellis has released ‘Friend Of A Friend’, a further glimpse into his forthcoming album There Are Enough Songs In The World.  A song with a bang and clatter indie backdrop, interwoven glimmer and a stream of consciousness vocal, ‘Friend Of A Friend’ is another little gem from Rory Nellis. Filled with earworm…

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