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Odd Morris return with ‘The Once Was Enough’
‘The Once Was Enough’ is the new single by Odd Morris.
‘Freak N Out’ with dwi
‘Freak N Out’ is the debut single by Dwight Abell, aka dwi.
Arcwords release new single “Finger on the Trigger”
It seems like things come in threes for Dublin-based indie rockers Arcwords. Firstly, they’re a three-piece. Secondly, they’ve been together for three years, having met as students in BIMM. Thirdly, 2019 saw them release three singles, “Toughen Up“,”Father Figure” and “Hyperlinking“. And today, they’re treating (see what I did there) us to their catchiest singleContinue reading “Arcwords release new single “Finger on the Trigger””
MUNKY: Closed Door Policy
The new music Fridays just keep coming and today we have a little treat for you. MUNKY has released their latest single “Closed Door Policy” two weeks ahead of schedule to keep us entertained during isolation. 2019 was a big year for the band as they released their debut EP, Un, Deux, Trois, Cat, and touredContinue reading “MUNKY: Closed Door Policy”
Whipping Boy: Heartworm
For Whipping Boy, two lines from their 1995 classic Heartworm resonate more than any others. Toward the end of “When We Were Young”, Fearghal McKee sings: “What might have been, When we were young.” 25 years on, those lyrics are sure to stir their share of emotions. Heartworm was going to be their big labelContinue reading “Whipping Boy: Heartworm”
INSIDEAWAVE: Ivy Honey
Today is a good day. Not only is it Friday, but INSIDEAWAVE have also just released a new single, “Ivy Honey”. Yet another peach of an indie-pop single from this ever-impressive Irish band, you can hear the song now on Spotify INSIDEAWAVE play The Bello Bar on March 21st, with tickets still available. And rememberContinue reading “INSIDEAWAVE: Ivy Honey”
Junk Drawer: Temporary Day
Northern Ireland Music Award winners Junk Drawer have released their new single, “Temporary Day”. A song which discusses co-lyricist Jake Lennox’s struggles with sexual identity and eating disorders, it’s set against a motorik beat with overlaying psychedelic and post-punk sounds. A means of catharsis no doubt, Jake described the song as: “Temporary Day’ is aboutContinue reading “Junk Drawer: Temporary Day”
Seán Fox: WIRES
Seán Fox is a young Irish singer-songwriter from Wicklow with a knack for writing catchy pop songs. Having released two singles in 2018 and 2019, he looks set to enjoy a busy 2020. In fact, earlier this month he supported Jerry Fish where he would have debuted his new track, “WIRES”. So, what about “WIRES”?Continue reading “Seán Fox: WIRES”
Zeros & Ones: 15 to 1
Maybe it’s the nostalgia this one strikes up in me, or maybe I simply ate something dodgy for breakfast. Either way, this new Zeros & Ones single has me twitching. It’s been a few years since the Galway natives released new music. Thankfully, they’re back today with an alt-rock gem, “15 to 1” ft. TinyContinue reading “Zeros & Ones: 15 to 1”