Slyrydes: Dangerous Animals

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

Egyptian Blue-Collateral

The latest of many up-and-coming post punk bands that I can’t stop listening to, Egyptian Blue, came to my attention through The Murder Capital. They recently released their debut EP Collateral Damage and that’s where we pull our Track of the Week from. “Collateral” was the first single released from the EP and is a solid lead track. These guys certainly have a lot of … Continue reading Egyptian Blue-Collateral

Show Me The Body-Dog Whistle

Do you suffer from the 3 o’clock slump? Do you also find one day slowly running into the next? If you answered “Yes” to the questions above, Dog Whistle is for you. Comprising of 11 reinvigorating ingredients, Dog Whistle has the power to shake you free from the clutches of boredom and perpetual numbness. This powerful concoction, created by Show Me The Body, is suitable … Continue reading Show Me The Body-Dog Whistle

Cruiser-Cruiser

Cruiser are a limerick band who’ve been releasing absolute belters for a few years now. Somehow, despite their volume, I’ve managed to miss out on them until recently. However, through the release of the single No More Parties they’ve become impossible to ignore. While No More Parties is a fantastic single, today we’re going to talk about their debut record Cruiser. Released in 2017, Cruiser comes in … Continue reading Cruiser-Cruiser

All Is Love: IDLES at Vicar Street

IDLES returned to Dublin Tuesday night for a highly anticipated show. After their Button Factory performance last year, Vicar Street offered them another opportunity to further cement their place as an Irish punk fan favourite. And they didn’t disappoint. Venue Wonderful Vicar Street. I’ve been here a good bit over the last two years, seeing the likes of The National, Kurt Vile and Sharon Van Etten, … Continue reading All Is Love: IDLES at Vicar Street