Katmandu have just released ‘People who fall off cliffs inspired by people who walk in front of cars’. John O'Connor reviews.
As a first effort and a home recording there is a lot to like about All of Eden
"Beautiful... emotional... gorgeous melody throughout..." Ado Lyons reviews the double A-side from Limerick's Hey Rusty.
I'm No Fun is a tightly produced and fun track that switches so deftly between math-rock and pop that it would make anyone question why these two genres don't cross over more.
Bríd Kenny's debut EP, Doorway, plays out more like a piece of prose than it does a collection of music. As such, it presents a very poignant journey through separate stories, connected somewhat in their message and tone. Ado Lyons reviews...
"A slow and gradual deterioration of the psyche; a war within oneself and the world outside." John O'Connor reviews the new single from Slyrydes.
"A sign that Jack is pushing his writing and attempting to go further with the type of tracks he can produce..." John O' Connor reviews.
"NewDad are never afraid to be vulnerable or delicate, and that’s typified on this track." Jake Tiernan reviews new single How from Galway's NewDad.
Limerick stalwarts of the Irish music scene, Fox Jaw, are back with their brand-new album Breath in the Strange. Review by John O Connor.