Formed in 1983 and now forty years on, 4,000,000 Telephones have re-emerged with some unreleased material that is as significant now as when it was recorded back in the eighties.
Make Me Feel (Believing) is the new single from Danny G & the Major 7ths featuring an all-star cast of Irish hip-hop artists with Breezy Ideygoke, 0phelia & King Koko providing the verses. A rework of the song ‘Believing’, this single has been reimagined by producer JusMe, using samples & audio stems of the original to create something entirely new.
With live music making a return, Dublin venue The Button Factory has announced its re-opening with socially distant show’s beginning from the 5th of July 2021.
A refreshing take on heartbreak Douglas brilliantly juxtaposes poignant lyrics with sunny waves of synths and an airy melody that draws attention to Saoirse impressive vocals.
Better Than This captures the realisation that life’s challenges and heartache make us not only who we are but helps to strengthen the deep bonds of love in relationships.
After the release of her first single What Makes You Think, earlier this year, Jay Moussa-Mann has just released her second new single
Continuing his theme of reflection on the life of a 40 something-year-old Bjorn Baillie otherwise known as The Jonah Medal has returned with his new single From M to M.
The Visitor’s are a five-piece post-genre band from Dundalk, Ireland. Fusing together their influences of U2, Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bruce Springsteen, they have created a sound steeped in layers of muddy undertones with a restless intensity. After the release of their debut E. P “What did You Expect” in 2020, they have... Continue Reading →
Friday, 15 of January, sees the latest release from South African band, Future Radio . The new single from the band’s debut album Freedom, Stand Up & Fight is an anthemic rock track that not only champions individuality but supports the pursuit of purpose in the present moment. Opening with a driving drum rhythm, that... Continue Reading →
Following the successful release of their debut single Deis Dail in 2018 teenage five- piece Grooveline went on not only to win the National Song Contest (Ireland) but to perform a string of sold-out performances including Electric Picnic. Comprised Evan Gerry (Vocals, Guitar), Tarach Ó Snodaigh (Guitar), Matthew Connolly (Guitar), Glen Feely (Bass) and Bronwyn... Continue Reading →