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Album Review: Spoon – Lucifer on the Sofa

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Not Forgotten: Warren Zevon

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Track: Gungfly – Happy Somewhere In Between

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Tonight, the CTRL+ALT+DEL tour comes to LA at the 1720 Warehouse! Unfortunately, due to a huge underestimation on how big LA is and also how bad the traffic is (rookie mistake I know), I missed support acts Garzi and most of Point North’s set, but I was in the pit ready and waiting for Don …

Nashville-based Abby Nissenbaum returns with her moody, atmospheric new single ‘Checkerboard Flies’ and we’re excited to be running the premiere! The first track to be taken from her upcoming EP Unreliable Narrator, ‘Chekerboard Flies’ offers an exciting insight into Nissenbaum’s entrancing 70s influenced indie-rock come alternative-folk sound. Blending her soaring, effortlessly emotive vocals with a …

Rick Brewster, lead guitarist of Aussie music icons, The Angels, has joined forces with local Hobart legend Dave Wilson (Dave Wilson Band/Four Letter Fish) to dabble in something that can only be described as “music for musicians”. Rick and Dave were joined on stage by a red-hot line-up, including multi-instrumentalist Nick Norton (The Angels), Mick …

Alex O’Connor also known as Rex Orange County brought his ‘Who Cares’ tour to a sold out Iveagh Gardens crowd on Friday the 15th of July. With no support on the night Alex took to the stage at 8.30 and brought an hour and half of soulful goodness to the crowd who absolutely loved every …

James Blunt played the Live at the Iveagh Gardens series on Sunday the 10th of July with support from Toucan. He was greeted by soaring temperatures in the Iveagh Gardens on a beautiful sunny Sunday in Dublin. Toucan provided the support on the night laying down some lovely jazzy rock tracks that included electric guitars, …

BKO are a band with stamina and staying power who have been needling for attention on the global beat circuit for getting on ten years. Formed in Bamako in 2012 by master percussionist Ibrahima Sarr and his then drum pupil, Frenchman Aymeric Krol, the band soon expanded to a five piece with the introduction of …