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King Ropes are an indie/garage rock band from Bozeman, Montana consisting of Dave Hollier on vocals and guitars, Konrad Meissner on drums, Dylan Treleven on bass, Ben Roth on guitar and Adam Wolcott Smith on guitars and keys. Between...
"We are not the future of pop music; we are pop music from the future." The quartet of Alexi Rose Belchere (vocals), Devin Nelson (guitar/vocals/synths), Jack Sundquist (bass), and Nick Schneider (drums) formed in 2010. On first listen you...
English alt-rockers You Me At Six are back brandishing a brand new compilation called Night People. Serving as a sequel to 2014’s Cavalier Youth, the highly-anticipated fifth album from the band was originally announced last August when the fivesome...
American alt-rockers Dommin originally started to turn heads seven years ago when their dexterous debut album, Love Is Gone, dropped to much ado in the spring of 2010. Since then, they’ve managed to amass thousands of enthusiasts worldwide by...
American alt-rockers Energy originally sprang onto the scene from Stoughton, Massachusetts at the start of 2006 and immediately made an impact with their critically-acclaimed inaugural EP, Punch the Clock. In the decade or so since, the band have become...
At This Great Depth is the debut album from Cork metal outfit Soothsayer and is the second offering of their own brand of blackened doom, following on from their self-titled 2015 EP. Releasing an album with only two tracks...
Glenn Meling is a singer-songwriter from Oslo, who has spent time living in Australia, the UK  and his native Norway. Earlier this year he released “Minnesota” which is inspired by his extensive travelling through the United States, which made...
It’s been a bountiful year for Waterford rockers Ghost Robots. Having spent the summer exciting audiences on stage all around Ireland, the proficient fivesome went on to win acclaim from the likes of Indiebuddie and The Munster Express before...
Wives of Farmers latest release could be the soundtrack to any cult classic or Indy film you've seen to date. It's easy listening yet startlingly cinematic. There's a very intelligent intent behind each track, and all ten tracks portray...
American alt-rock act Icon for Hire have managed to accomplish quite a lot this year, having hosted a highly successful Kickstarter campaign in the spring before wrapping themselves up in the production of their long-awaited third album and spending...
Spacegod Pills is the Druggles’ first album, and it’s been a long time coming (according to their website bio, all the songs were in the can by the late 2000s). The band’s obsession with conspiracy theories and their past...
Mammoth Seed is a four-piece dirty rock n’ roll band from Hamilton, Ontario. With their debut EP London Trail, Woman Blues under their belt, they are back with a brand new debut self-titled studio album which was released on...

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(Photos) Ailbhe Reddy live at The Sugar Club, Dublin

Ailbhe Reddy live at The Sugar Club
Ailbhe Reddy live at The Sugar Club, Dublin - Wednesday 22, February.  Photography by Stephen Dunne

Ren – ‘A Calling from the Shore’ (EP Review)

Ren
A Calling from the Shore is the debut EP release for Ren, a Newcastle-based singer and songwriter...

Calista Kazuko – ‘Poison’ (Single Review)

Calista Kazuko
Poison is the latest single from Calista Kazuko, a classically trained pianist from the Royal Academy of...

Bad Fit: In the City single review

Bad Fit
Northern Irish rockers Grace Loughrey, Danny McConaghie, Megan O’Kane and Pando originally began gigging together as an Always...

Brass Phantoms – ‘Waiting Up’ Single Review

Brass Phantoms
Fresh off announcing they'll be playing INDIE 17, Dublin band Brass Phantoms have released a new single,...