Tag: art for blind
altered hours on my tongue ep cover

It’s been a while since we last heard from Cork-based five-piece Altered Hours, almost two years on from debut album In Heat Not Sorry. But they’ve just unveiled ‘Open Wide’, the first of four tracks comprising the On My Tongue EP, released on February 24 via Art for Blind/Penske. The track is a long-time live […]

i am the cosmos nothing but love cover

It’s been four years since Dublin duo Ross Turner and Cian Murphy aka I am the Cosmos released their excellent debut album, Monochrome, (though ‘Letting It Go‘ helped ease the wait, and now, following a stellar set at Another Love Story in August, they’re back with a four-track EP, Nothing But Love, out on Art […]


Oh I’ve been looking forward to getting my ears around this tune! Altered Hours are releasing ‘Dig Early’ on 7″ with the Cork-based label Art For Blind (and record store – check them out in Cork Community PrintShop near the bus station) on April 21. The next day, they’re headlining the annual Certain Three tour, […]

rory o brien eve cover

Ten Past Seven frontman Rory Francis O’Brien is releasing an eight-track live recording on Cork-based label Art for Blind this Saturday. Entitled The Eve of the Ides of March, it was recorded at Fred Zeppelin’s in March and offers a different look at the singer (unless you’ve already seen him play solo), who is joined […]

ellllll mvestle gig cork

A very worthy gig takes place in Mr Bradley’s in Cork city tonight: a fundraiser for Cork Community PrintShop and Art for Blind records to help them open a disused warehouse as a community print shop and general resource for artists, musicians and other community groups. Formerly operating as Print Cabal, the studio is expanding […]

September Girls have gone all Powerpuff Girls on us in their video for new single ‘Talking’. Their closest musical reference in my eyes is still early Horrors, though they sing on ‘Talking’, through the noise: “You don’t even know me”. All the while they surround themselves in a suffocatingly sludgey sound. Everything’s over in two-and-a-half […]

What I like most about this, the first single from Dublin band the #1s (the Number Ones or the Hashtag Ones; whatever you prefer), is that as soon as you get really into each track, it cuts out. Neither ‘I Wish I Was Lonely’ or ‘He’s Too Good For Everyone Else But He’s Not Good […]