This week there could be only one. “The Only One”, by Ty Seagall, from the album Ty Segall. G.M Continue reading Ty Segall: The Only One
Galway’s Slyrydes don’t mess around. For the last 6 years, they’ve been defining their sound, building momentum and slowly getting louder. They’ve recently released their latest single “Dangerous Animals” from their upcoming debut album Galway’s Slyrydes. Here’s what they had this to say about the song: “This song is more about why we feel the way we feel,” explained Eoin ‘Fuz’ Reilly. “The world is in bits. … Continue reading Slyrydes: Dangerous Animals
Odd Morris gave us “What Might Be” earlier this year. A gritty alt-rock gem, it added Odd Morris to the ever-growing list of Irish bands to watch out for. That was back in March. Today they release their second single, “Lilac Leaves”, and Reclessreviews has the inside scoop behind the song just for you. We managed to snag the band for a hot minute during the … Continue reading Odd Morris on new single “Lilac Leaves” and life lessons over pints
Like a magician about to pull back the cloak or a bag of Haribo Star Mix, you just never know what you’re going to get with MUNKY. One of the more diverse (and fun) bands on the Irish music scene right now, MUNKY have been nothing but unpredictable in their short existence. And now they’re back with… “Megaton” dun dun dun! (insert high-pitched screams). Out … Continue reading MUNKY are back with a brand new banger!
Ireland’s favourite alt/noise/trip hop/shoegaze rockers Just Mustard are back with a new single titled “Seven”, also our Track of the Week. I’ve blabbered on time and time again about how much I love these guys so I’ll just let the music do the talking this time. Check out “Seven” below and give Just Mustard the attention they deserve by checking them out on Spotify. … Continue reading Just Mustard: Seven
The Irish music scene has been flourishing of late, with many of our homegrown, DIY bands even making it on the international stage. Almost every week now we hear of another act coming through that “you just have to hear!” Some stand out more than others. And that’s where Skinner find themselves. Having only released one single before today – “Headroom” – they’ve no less … Continue reading There’s no ignoring Skinner’s new single
Cardiff’s Boy Azooga are either a one-man band or a quartet depending on your music source. Either way, the music is what matters most. Having released 1, 2, Kung Fu! in 2018, Boy Azooga established themselves (I’m going with the group) as one of the most exciting up-and-coming bands in the UK. On 1, 2, Kung Fu! you find an unrestricted sound that Boy Azooga … Continue reading Boy Azooga – 1, 2, Kung Fu!