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Fossil Collective: Tell Where I Lie – Album Review

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Share… I sometimes get an anxious feeling when I go to listen to new material by an artist I’ve become familiar with. In this case, it’s Fossil Collective’s album ‘Tell Where I Lie’, I enjoyed their ‘Let it Go’ EP so much that I didn’t want to have a sinking feeling. ‘Tell Where I Lie’,...

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Liz Lawrence: Bedroom Hero Album Review

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Share…Liz Lawrence is an artist that saw live a couple of times by chance. Firstly as support to Brooke Fraser and then to The Civil Wars, both times in The Sugar Club in Dublin. From there, I had some knowledge of Lawrence’s music. She writes catchy melodies, isn’t down at the mouth/woe is me like...

The Walls: Stop The Lights – Album Review

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Share…There are times when trying to listen to a new album can be difficult. Life gets in the way, one needs to be in the right headspace to let it in. With a couple of long train journeys imminent, The Walls’ new album ‘Stop The Lights’, made its way to my iPod. With nothing else...

Washed Out: Within and Without Review

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Share… King of Chillwave, Ernest Greeen’s first full length album opens with ‘Eyes Be Closed’ and sets the tone for the rest of the album. Blissful, dreamlike, electronica with airy vocals and harmonies. Hailing from Perry Georgia, Greene has previously released some singles and E.P.s but for his debut has teamed up with Ben Allen...

InCulto: Closer Than You Think Review

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Share…Having heard the band perform three of the songs from their album in my living room before I heard the recorded version, I wasn’t sure if they would be able to transform the energy to record. The Lithuanian based band kick off ‘Closer Than You Think’ with ‘Something’, a fifties vibed mid tempo track with...

Babybeef Album Review

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Share… Babybeef is the solo electronic project by Sarah Carroll Kelly, a Dublin based multi instrumentalist and performance artist. Starting with the current single ‘Music’ it sets the tone for the rest of the album. This is an 80’s tinged electro pop song with a big bass sound and clever hooks. Throughout the album, you...