Tag: Ships
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Subscribe to TPOE’s New Irish Music playlist on Spotify In this week’s roundup of new Irish music, there are pop bangers galore on Daithi‘s new EP, festival-sized choruses from Third Smoke, garage rock vibes from RSAG, dirty electronics from Lakerama, rap from Cork-based Outsider YP, sunshine pop from No Monster Club‘s fifth single of the […]

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After a couple weeks off (computer problems – damn you automatic Windows 10 update – and Primavera holiday) the weekly roundup of new Irish music is back. Below are nine new tracks from Irish artists released in the past week as well as the new album from Brigid Mae Power, which is reportedly one of […]

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Despite a few mixes and remixes over the past 12 months or so, I don’t think Dublin duo Ships have released new music since ‘Places‘ well over a year ago. (One half of the band, Simon Cullen, is Lasertom, who released one of my favourite albums last year.) But they’re been busy in the studio […]

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After a couple of EPs, September Girls are ready to unveil their debut album. Comprising members formerly of Talulah Does The Hula, The Chalets and Neosupervital, September Girls release their first LP on Fortuna Pop records in January. Before that though they’re looking to Cassette Store Day, which takes place next month, and comes on […]

One third of Ships, Simon Cullen is Lasertom, and recently unveiled his first single in about a year in the shape of ‘Call’. It’s a nearly seven minute-long track that takes its time to get going, but oh when it does you’ll never want it to end. They used to be Lasertom and the Blast […]

Here are the day 2 pictures from Camden Crawl Dublin. Margie Lewis kicked things off in the Unitarian Church at 7pm, and then things got a little busy for our intrepid photographer Brid O’Donovan. There were tough clashes all across the city, but she chose Slow Skies in Sweeney’s, Hunk, Girl Band, a couple songs […]

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 […]

It’s strange when an Irish group gets really hyped up when they only have one song under their belt – or on their Soundcloud anyway. But that’s what happened with Ships. They stuck up ‘Two Hearts‘ on their page to little fanfare and waited for the people to come to them. I’ve gone back to […]