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Biggles Flys Again

Remember Saturday is Biggles Flys Again’s debut album (release date March 30th, 2013) and it will appeal to those who prefer killer pop songs over the LP experience. Such is its weighty appeal ‘Remember Saturday’ will equally be as attractive to those who crave the album experience.

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Humtronik

There was a time, around the turn of the century, when it seemed like electronica was going to be the revolution on the corridors of the underground. Not since the synthtastic days of the mid 80′s were the machines displaying such a cut and thrust. Sadly that was to be the extent of the groundswell […]

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Biggles Flys Again

Biggles Flys Again - Remember Saturday

For such a small country Ireland certainly produces it fair share of notable bands. For all that we’re nowhere as adept at indie pop as our neighbours in Scotland so we always do a little jig of joy when bands like Biggles Flys Again appear. With an album, called ‘Remember Saturday’, that is brimful with […]

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The River Cry

When we were young and silly we thought that only loud albums had the power to move us. Of course in the process we were denying ourselves the joy of much quieter, but no less affecting, works. I’d hazard a guess that if this was 1989 we’d have overlooked Hilary Woods’ The River Cry and […]

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Huntronik

Brooklyn’s Huntronik partake in the finest example of genre bending that you’ll hear all year. Their eponymous debut is awash with fresh and innovative moments.

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The River Cry LP

The River Cry

The River Cry’s self-titled debut was unveiled on Valentine’s Day and it continues to quietly argue that in 2013 romance is far from dead. How could we ever have doubted the majesty of the expressive piano and ethereal vocal?

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Turtlemeyer

Cork’s Turtlemeyer is releasing his first album ‘Hotel Shambles’ on March 8th 2013. It’s a beautifully quiet affair that was assembled over a year of recording sessions in several locations around Ireland.

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