0 Comments 12 March 2012

It’s been a long time since anything has been posted here – Guesslist has gone on hiatus. Since our last update (now many moons ago), we’ve been switching gears, switching jobs and finding it harder to post updates. You’ll now find us in various other parts of the internet – Joe is on twitter as @JoeLeogue, and Ronan has a site at


Drop-d’s Cork Rock City mix

0 Comments 03 November 2010

A quick post to give much deserved kudos to Drop-d’s mammoth Cork Rock City download.

The mix has 69 track split across 4 discs, is available for free download, and showcases the vibrant mix of music in the People’s Republic right now.

All the details, preview, artwork and more is at the link above, all that’s left to do is congratulate Drop-d on what is a fantastic contribution to the online coverage of Cork bands.


Free album – Pixies, Live at Coachella 2004

0 Comments 28 October 2010

To celebrate the launch of their new website ‘La La Pixies Love You’, Francis Black et al are giving away a 20-track album recorded from their 2004 set at California’s Coachella festival.

Hit and join the mailing list to receive the free download.


Handy Electric Picnic timetable

0 Comments 01 September 2010

Forget the lists, the DIY spreadsheets – the best Electric Picnic timetable we’ve seen is this beaut right HERE

Credit to mooeamon on the Electric Picnic forum for that one.

EP fever slowly taking a hold


Plugd to re-open in Cork.

0 Comments 12 August 2010

Today’s Cork Independent has the full skinny – Jim and Albert are to bring back Cork’s much missed independent record store by the end of August, sharing the old ESB Substation on Caroline Street with Triskel Arts while the Tobin St Centre is renovated. Plugd will then move to a dedicated floor in the Arts Centre on completion.

Electric Picnic 2010 Competition Roundup


Electric Picnic 2010 Competition Roundup

2 Comments 12 August 2010

As Electric Picnic 2010 draws closer, the frenzied last-minute hunt for tickets is matched only by the last minute promo campaigns and sponsor giveaways.

Here we’ve rounded up as many ticket giveaway competitions  tickets as we can find, so if you haven’t got €240 spare maybe lady luck will be on your side. Get entering!

* Updated with some new giveaways *
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Dungen play Whelans, November 13th


Dungen play Whelans, November 13th

0 Comments 12 August 2010

Dungen are finally set to make an Irish appearance on November 13th in support of  forthcoming album Skit I Allt. It could well be their first ever show here – over the last few years the Swedish rockers seem to have toured everywhere but here. Roll on November!

Here’s their latest track, from Skit I Allt (translation: “fuck all”) which is out next month:

Tickets are onsale at €14.50.

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Introducing: Foxes in Fiction

0 Comments 23 July 2010

Canuck Warren Hildebrand is a 20-year-old ‘bedroom producer’ who has clearly been having a healthy Atlas Sound diet – which is no bad thing. Lo-fi synths and fuzzy vocals rule throughout this massaging work, with occasional upbeat/mellow kicks on tunes like ‘Jimi Bleachball.’

Under the alias ‘Foxes in Fiction,’ Hildebrand had been releasing material on cassette through his own label Orchid Tapes before recently signing for Brooklyn electronical label Moodgadet, who have re-issued debut LP ‘Swung From The Branches.’

‘Swung From The Branches’ is available as a free download here, while Hildebrand’s blog is chocablock with remixes, live recordings and other tunes. Well worth a listen.

Some Thoughts on the First Half of 2010

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Some Thoughts on the First Half of 2010

3 Comments 09 July 2010

It’s list season again, whether you like it or not. 6 months into 2010, and we’ve had a pretty fine year thus far – lots of exciting new acts and great music being churned out by old reliable.

There’s been many fantastic releases – Caribou, Beach House, Holy Fuck and Errors have all been on heavy rotation since their release, while others have been slow burners, creeping into my consciousness and sounding more amazing with every listen… (Liars, Future Islands and Joanna Newsom).

I’ve been pretty disappointed with certain indie staples like The National and Broken Social Scene, despite the acclaim it just feels a bit like they’ve been rehashing the same elements year in year out and I’m just not excited by their latest albums.

It’s not that the songs are bad; they’re fine – but I feel like I’ve heard them so many times before and delivered with more enthusiasm in the past.

I’m not sure if it’s because these bands are getting lazier or if I’m getting more expectant as a fan – I want to be as captivated as I was the first time around and it just isn’t happening for me.

On the other hand, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by some acts like Laura Marling and Foals who’ve expanding on their previous accomplishments with new ingredients and in doing so created something that’s as ballsy as it is enjoyable.

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Rangda – Sarcophagi @ Whelans

0 Comments 08 July 2010

Great video work as ever by TrigFilms.

Back in early June I caught the debut Irish show of supergroup Rangda in whelans, composed of Chris Corsano, Richard Bishop & Ben Chasny. It was an amazing night of music, mixing eastern influences with classic 70s style free-form rock.

No gimmicks, just three incredibly talented guys and their instruments playing a mix of intense, thrashy noise and slow burning guitar compositions like Sarcophagi.

Finale Plain of Jars was one of the most epic musical moments I’ve seen in ages; a highlight of False Flag, the song ran somewhere beyond 15 minutes in length but I would have happily had it continue forever. Bliss.
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The second single off You Can Make Sound is given the video treatment, complete with some nifty animation and special effects.

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