Odd Morris are a Dublin based band who are getting more popular by the day. They released their debut single “What Might Be” back in February and today it takes our Track of the Week. They will also support Just Mustard this Sunday in The Workman’s Club. Check out the single below and give OddContinue reading “Odd Morris-What Might Be”
This week has been tough. I haven’t been able to find much free time to get up to my usual tricks, or any out of office activities really. So why the lack of free time? “Arcanum” by Show Me The Body that’s why. I can’t stop listening to it. I’ve it on Spotify, on theContinue reading “Show Me The Body-Arcanum”
Ah, The National. The gift that keeps on giving. They’ve gone and done it again with the release of yet another beautiful single, “Light Years”. The last track on the upcoming record I Am Easy To Find, “Light Years” is an easy choice for our Track of the Week. Enjoy “Light Years” below.
John Grant plays the Bord Gais Energy Theatre this Sunday and reclessreviews will be there looking on in awe. I’ve been a fan of Grant since his fantastic debut Queen of Denmark, with each release since taking us further into the mind and life of this great artist. In honour of his upcoming show, this week’s TrackContinue reading “John Grant-Why Don’t You Love Me Anymore”
This week’s Track of the Week is “Everyday” by Yo La Tengo, a track taken from their 9th album And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out. A brilliant track to open the album, its dreary nostalgia immediately sets the tone for what is a captivating album. Photo Credit: Wikipedia
I’m in love with this track. “Dreaming” comes from Limerick band FONDA, and it’s our Track of the Week. Be kind, it’s Friday. Go give them a like.
Reclessreviews is heading to The Workmans Club tomorrow night to see Just Mustard and I can’t wait. Giving them our Track of the Week is a no-brainer, so here’s a live recording of “Deaf” to ease you into the weekend. Tickets remain for the gig and I’d highly recommend grabbing one because these guys areContinue reading “Just Mustard-Deaf”
This week’s Track of the Week is “Wheel of Fortune” by Protomarytr. Taken from their Consolation EP released last summer, the track, as well as the entire 4-song EP, features Kelley Deal of The Breeders. Enjoy!
Our first Track of the Week of the year (yes I know I missed a few weeks) is “Generator” by Turnstile. Taken from their second album Time & Space, “Generator” is a quick, hardcore punk rock single full of venom. Go on, press play below.
Check out the cracking “PINK” by Mothers which is our Track of the Week!