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Subscribe to TPOE’s New Irish Music playlist on Spotify This week on the new music roundup, we have noise-pop (emphasis on the noise) from Dublin’s Thumper, Saint Caoilian‘s debut EP of love songs, Liza Flume‘s EP charting a breakup, another taster of Come On Live Long‘s second album (with a brilliant video), vintage rock from […]

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Subscribe to TPOE’s New Irish Music playlist on Spotify In this week’s roundup of new Irish music, there’s ambience from Winter Aid, a big pop tune and news of a new EP from Ailbhe Reddy, an emotionally heavy but heartful EP from the Meath indie band Youth Mass, a gorgeous post-Gloaming song from Pine the […]

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I’ve been waiting ages for Liza Flume to release new music. After a couple of live shows over the summer, the Dublin-based Australian has unveiled the delicate ‘Sleepless Nights’. Produced by Brian Dillon of Meltybrains, who has been playing with Flume at the live shows, it’s a sparse recording that captures the atmosphere of sleeping […]


We Cut Corners released their second album Think Nothing on Friday, and showcased it at the Crane Lane in Cork the next day, Saturday, April 26. They brought Liza Flume down from Dublin with them, and she opened proceedings with a far too short (five songs!) set that included the stirring ‘Poison’. Only occasionally caressing […]

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All through December, we’ll have interviews and features with Irish acts helping us to round up the past year or so. You can see all the interviews so far here. Today’s star is Liza Flume. The Dublin-based Australian singer released her debut EP Full Steam Ahead at the beginning of the year and hasn’t looked […]


I did a double, then a triple take when I saw this gig announcement this morning. Three of my favourite acts, Halves, Come On Live Long and Liza Flume in one of the most beautiful venues in Ireland, the Triskel Christchurch. The gig takes place on Friday, December 13, and sees Halves return to Cork […]


Here’s the first new track we’ve heard from Liza Flume since her excellent Full Steam Ahead EP earlier this year. ‘Sleepless Nights’ features no guitar, just a repetitive, monotonous, shuddering percussion and Flume’s powerful voice. “I don’t want to die alone,” she sings bleakly. The Dublin via Australia artist says: “I wrote it a few […]

There were loads of gigs on around Cork city on Saturday night, June 1. At the Beamish & Crawford site, the inaugural Stout Fest was continuing with a stellar Irish lineup. The Vincent(s) started things off at 7pm, which was too early for us, arriving at 7.30pm. From there though, we saw Windings, Young Wonder […]

Camden Crawl Dublin returns this weekend for its second year of showcasing the best of Irish and international acts. There are about 150 acts and comedians performing in tonnes of venues around the capital. To help you navigate your way from venue to venue, I’ve put this guide together of the Irish artists that should […]

Oh man this is just so good. Daithi is already one of the stars of the Irish music scene – if you’ve seen him live you’ll know what I mean. I like that he’s taking his time on new material too, not rushing anything. But I’m so happy that he decided to remix ‘Poison’ by […]