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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Steven O’Rourke Nirvana – ‘Lithium’ There’s been a lot of talk of Nirvana this week (On The Record, Swear I’m Not Paul, mp3hugger and more) and it set me thinking. I haven’t actually listened to Nevermind since reading the Charles … Continue reading
Cocophone are one of the most talked about bands in Ireland at the moment and for good reason. Last Summer they beat over twenty bands in the first ‘Becks on the Night’ band competition in Boyles, Slane as well as … Continue reading
Seeing as we’re still in January (just) and the nominees for this year’s Choice Music Prize were announced exactly a fortnight ago, I thought it might be a good idea to include a run-down of my favourite album releases by … Continue reading
Ani DiFranco played a solo concert last night in the exclusive National Concert Hall in Dublin. It was intimate, soulful, delicate as well as a real celebration for the room full of Ani fans.
Peter Nagle Ezio – ‘Bruce Springsteen’ I was sent the new album from English Folk-Rock band Ezio before Christmas and it’s been on regular rotation ever since. The band name is also the first name of main songwriter Ezio Lunedei … Continue reading
I’ve sometimes wondered what the artists I’ve critiqued have thought of that review. That, of course, makes the massive assumption that they actually cared enough to read the review. InReview attempts to answer that question. In this series, I will … Continue reading
For the inaugural ‘For The Turnstiles’ interview I wanted to introduce Ireland to a considerable talent from Blackpool called Dan Wilde. ‘This is the Place’ is Dan’s debut album released officially on February 28th through The Littlest Mojo music company. … Continue reading