There is a righteous anger and an honest poetry to everything Turnstiles have done so far. Same Old Stories continues in this vein, heart-on-sleeve passion and clever angles included, and it would seem the band need hardly try at times to deliver material that sets them apart from their contemporaries.
Comprised of a variety of synth sounds, self-recorded drum samples, lush orchestral backdrops and layered off-kilter vocals, I Think I'll Be OK is a delightfully weird and compelling collection of songs and styles ranging from smooth R&B and blues rock to euphoric indie and psychedelia.
Extra Introvert deals with the ordinary and in that the common anxieties that many of us face. The thematic timing to this record, intentional or not, could not be more on-point.
Equal to or Greater Than is a complex song of many moving parts and yet never sounds rushed or crowded - it is the sound of an artist who has honed his craft and got his shit together, which is always something to celebrate.
Hailing from a Limerick family with a long musical tradition, songwriter and...
When news reached Galway that indie ex-pats, The Clockworks, had been signed...
Birds is the debut single from Cork based singer songwriter Jossle whose excellent home-style production and natural ability to commentate on his circumstance points to this being a project from which we can expect to hear much more.
Having long been cult favourites of Galway’s live music scene, NewDad are beginning to flourish in the recording studio. Their latest track ‘Cry’ succeeds ‘Swimming’ and ‘How’ to make for a strong run of releases in 2020 thus far.
It's been a long wait but FONDA's latest offering is very much worth it. Instantly gripping and anthemic No Begonias is a triumphant return for the Limerick act.
The Boy Who Fell from the Sea is an EP full of ideas and themes that are rarely touched on, especially in such an open way.
Doppler's new single A Memory is a bristling piece of indie folk that nicely flits between traditional elements and indie moments without compromising either.
Weird Ones is dynamic and powerful with an ethos that listeners can instantly get behind.