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Just Mustard - Heart under
Dundalk natives Just Mustard return with their second studio album ‘Heart Under’ and it is a deep dark dive into an introspective vision quest. Ok that sounds a little off putting but this must be ...
Soak - If I Never Know You Like This Again
Derry born, Irish Choice Prize winning artist Soak, returns with their third studio album ‘If I Never Know You Like This Again’ and it is everything you hoped it would be.
CMAT - If My Wife Knew I'd Be Dead
Dublin born Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson better known as CMAT drops ‘If My Wife Knew I’d Be Dead’, a refreshing wave of pop singer songwriting delightfulness. With it’s soft melodies it will have you ...
Foy Vance - Signs of Life
Foy Vance returns with his smooth almost haunting voice in this his latest release Signs of life. This album is a return to Vance’s sound from his first two albums, moving away from the blues sound...
Imelda May - 11 Past the Hour
Imelda May has come a long way since her early Rockabilly days, a growth I think we can all get behind. With an incredible voice this album really highlights what May can do. With some heavy hitter...
Declan O' Rourke - Arrivals
The list of fans of Dublin born singer-songwriter O’ Rourke is enough to boost anyones ego, with John Prine, Paul Weller and Ronnie Wood. In fact, Weller is such a fan he has produced Arrivals the ...
John Spillane - 100 Snow White Horses
Influenced by his travels around Ireland John Spillane brings together a gorgeous collection of songs that blend the traditional timbre and tonality we expect from this Irish folk stalwart with a v...
Wyvern Lingo - Awake You Lie
It is very easy to throw around the term maturity but that’s exactly what Wyvern Lingo have achieved with their sound on Awake You Lie. Lyrically and musically, we can hear how the trio have grown ...
The Cranberries - No Need To Argue (Deluxe Edition)
The re-release of No Need To Argue Deluxe Edition is a reminder of how fantastic the Cranberries were as a band.