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Hear the new LCD Soundsytem album now

No Comments 14 April 2010

Streaming now via this widget from the LCD Soundsystem website:

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Errors – Come Down With Me

No Comments 18 March 2010

One of my favorite album of late is Come Down With Me, the sophomore record from Glasgow’s Errors. Since their early EPs, they’ve always had a distinctive sound; but never as fully focused as in these new songs. The first half of CDWM is full of well-honed, well executed ideas – glitchy, cheerful guitar lines and synth driven […]

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At Last An Atlas – From Which We Were Raised

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At Last An Atlas – From Which We Were Raised

1 Comment 09 February 2010

From Which We Were Raised is the first full album from Dubliner Greg O’Brien, who takes us through his memoirs equipped with guitar, drum machines, synth and organ sounds. It’s an endearing mix of folk and electronica, O’Brien’s almost-spoken vocals are full of melancholy, spread over stark programmed beats reminiscent of the likes of Casiotone for […]

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New Rival Schools album in June

No Comments 08 February 2010

In 2001, Rival Schools released their debut album United By Fate, toured the world (including a stop in Ireland at the Witnness festival) and won over critics and fans alike. Then they split up. A second album (referred to as the Lost Album) later leaked online; a collection of near completion but shelved by the […]

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Tobacco – Fucked Up Friends

No Comments 06 February 2010

This album has been out a couple of years now, but it’s only recently I got into Tobacco (via his main project Black Moth Super Rainbow) and got hooked. Like movies and their sequels, it’s rare that a side project proves to be far more interesting than the flagship act, but that’s just what happens […]

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Introducing: Black Mold

No Comments 18 August 2009

One of our favourite albums of 2008 was Chad VanGaalen’s Soft Airplane; a collection of “heartfelt songs and lo-fi tinkering” which hasn’t been too far from our record player over the last 12 or so months. VanGaalen has made quite a name for himself as a songwriter, producer and animator – and now he’s dabbling […]

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New Radiohead EP ‘Wall of Ice’ due Monday?

2 Comments 15 August 2009

Update: The Wall of Ice things seems like a hoax by someone unaffilated with the band, and Jonny Greenwood has now posted These Are My Twisted Words on Dead Air Space as a free offical download. No sign of an EP, though he does mention further songs being worked on: We’ve been recording for a […]

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New musical direction for The Flaming Lips?

1 Comment 24 July 2009

A couple of takes from The Flaming Lips forthcoming double album Embryonic have surfaced online. Convinced of the Hex and Silver Trembling Hands sound very promising; strange, atmospheric, and most importantly completely different to expectations. It’s been 10 years since The Soft Bulletin saw The Flaming Lips evolve from the fearless freaks of the underground […]

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The new U2 album track by track

8 Comments 26 February 2009

“No Line on the Horizon” The b-side to Boots, this is the better song of the two and a decent album opener with Bono screaming against a droning wall of sound, and an undercurrent of 50’s sci-fiesque whistling guitar. A great marriage of sound and lyrics as the soundscape opens up with a crash of […]

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Poll: Best Irish Album of 2008?

8 Comments 24 November 2008

Quite a difficult question and one that will be posed to a panel of 12 judges for the 2008 Choice Music Prize. According to Jim the prize, won last year by Super Extra Bonus Party, will be awarded on March 4 at a live show in Vicar St. The shortlist of 10 albums will be […]

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