bdrmm’s debut ‘Bedroom’ dropped in September 2020 and it’s essentially an instant shoegaze classic. Our review of ‘Bedroom’ is also essential reading, so check it out. Continue reading bdrmm’s Bedroom: All the more reason to celebrate shoegaze
Bloodhail by Have A Nice Life is our Track of the Week.
Bands come and go. They begin and end for many reasons, sometimes all too soon. For The Suncharms, that end felt too sudden. So, when a call came from a US record label back in 2016 looking to pull together a compilation album, they saw a second chance and grabbed it. Formed in Sheffield in 1990, shoegaze/indie rockers The Suncharms went on to support indie-pop … Continue reading The Suncharms shine again
On Friday, Dublin’s psych-noise rock trailblazers Sun Mahshene released their new EP, Contradictions and Tales of Fiction. It’s one we’ve been waiting for too. These guys have been on our radar since the release of Leave This City last year and they’ve been building hype ever since. Contradictions and Tales of Fiction consists of five tracks, three of which have been released previously: “Tales of … Continue reading Sun Mahshene: Contradictions and Tales of Fiction
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
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
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 are just great. I’ll bring you a gig review Sunday/Monday too, so … Continue reading Just Mustard-Deaf
Just Mustard are an alternative/shoegaze five piece from Dundalk. Formed in 2016, they already have an album to their name: Wednesday. Wednesday was aptly released on a Wednesday in May and it somehow managed to pass me by, I guess I was going through my Ariana Grande phase… Throughout Wednesday, the vocals of lead singer Katie Ball, often assisted by David Noonan, put you in a … Continue reading Just Mustard-Wednesday