Month: April 2015

Little Hours announce Whelan’s date

The career trajectory of Little Hours the band has always been straight for the stars. The talented duo from Killybegs has this week just signed with Sony RCA Records. They have also just announced a headline show May 28th, in Whelans. In conjunction with both of these announcements Little Hours have also released a new single ‘Tired’ from their self titled EP. The EP is a demonstration of the boy’s talents as well as their evolution. Listening to ‘It’s Still Love’ and ‘Tired’ back to back this evolution is clear to hear in the song writing and production. ‘Tired’...

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Sleep Thieves Release New Video & Tour Dates

May 16th – The Triskel Arts Centre, Cork May 21st – The Grand Social, Dublin May 31st – Forbidden Fruit festival, Dublin June 5th – Birthdays, London June 6th – L’Alimentation Generale, Paris June 13th – BARE In the Woods, Portarlington June 27th – Killarney Festival, Killarney July 5th – Just Like Heaven festival, Padua, Italy...

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Jamie Duff EP Launch May 22nd

Jamie Duff has been around the block a few times, seen a few places, worked with some top musicians and now he’s ready to share his own music with you. He is releasing his debut self titled EP May 22nd with a launch in The Mercantile, Dublin. His lead single “Shirts and Ties” is upbeat folk but with razor sharp lyrics. “When I was writing I ended up writing about political issues. So that touches on many different aspects and actually many of the songs on the album. With songs like ‘Shirt and Tie’ the lyrics are heavy so there’s...

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Little Hours have signed with RCA Records

Little Hours have signed with RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment and today sees the release of their second radio single “Tired”. It’s taken from their self titled number 1 debut EP “Little Hours”. Little Hours will play their own headline show in Whelans, Dublin on Thursday 28th May.

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Randolf & The Crokers – Conversation Amongst the Ruins [EP]

Review: Bobby Green Conversation Amongst the Ruins opens up with the wonderful Hangin’ that sets tone for this folk/country/blues mix from Limerick. it’s a toe tapping joy of a song that feels like you’ve loved it for years on the 1st listen ( I love it when songs have that quality about them) The EP was recorded and mixed in the Lakelands Studios in Athlone by Mike O’Dowd and mastered in Limerick by Richard Dowling of Wav Mastering, and it does sound wonderful. It’s spacious in places with tracks like Warfare and History that allow the listener fall into...

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