Stream: Arborist – I Heard Him Leaving

Belfast’s Arborist cannot be accused of releasing anything less than impressive alt-folk. The tracks may not have been numerous to date but with the announcement of a debut album due in November that’s set to change. Last year saw the release of...

Watch: Party Fears – Spoiled Fruit

From Cookstown to Berlin, via Seoul. That’s the route Northern Irish songwriter Maggie Devlin has taken on her way to new project Party Fears. Lying somewhere in the realm of pop and rock is first single ‘Spoiled Fruit’. Previously of Seoul...

Aislinn Logan – Lost or Gone

Already achieving acclaim, Aislinn Logan encapsulates the quintessential earthy and ethereal qualities of traditional Irish folk music and wraps it up in the kind of trance inducing rhythm that is so popular right now. Akin to the likes of Maria Mena, Laura Marling,...

Moira Calling – 10th September 2016

Moira Calling Saturday 10th September 2016 – Moira Demesne Moira was calling all music fans last Saturday with its first all day festival Moira Calling. A day full of local music talent, craft beer, food and fun! We arrived at...

R51 – No Chill

Since the launch of their debut EP ‘Pillow Talk’ in Bar Sub to performances at Reading and Leeds Festival last year R51 have proven themselves a confident, competent and infinitely determined outfit. Blurring chart-worthy pop sensibilities with Shields-style guitar work,...

Interview: Dandelion Tea

Dandelion Tea is a fresh-faced band trying to secure their place in a bustling Belfast music scene. Their debut EP, A Picnic in Limbo, launched earlier this summer, sets them apart from their contemporaries due to the nature of its instrumental arrangements...

Premiere: Paper Dogs – Social Animals

Belfast based rock quartet Paper Dogs are certainly wasting no time getting themselves out there. They released their debut EP at the start of the year, and are now gearing up for the release of EP number 2. And what better...

Get Ready For Moira Calling

Now that we are in the first week of September it seems like you can finally put your feet up as you managed to successfully navigate festival season. Well perhaps we can tempt you to get your festival gear out...

News

The Clameens announce last ever show and stream new track

by - September 26, 2016

Derry indie rockers The Clameens have had an exciting few years as a band. They carried the torch for Northern Irish music beyond these shores, with highlights including Liverpool’s Sound City and even a string of festival dates all the way to...

Fresh Northern Irish Music

Watch: Susie Blue – People Like Us

by - September 27, 2016

Derry based indie-rock band Susie Blue never fails to both challenge and please fans. Most recently they looked to address issues of intolerance and hatred in society with latest single ‘People Like Us’ and its accompanying music video. Lead vocalist Susan...

Live Reviews

Moira Calling – 10th September 2016

by - September 15, 2016

Moira Calling Saturday 10th September 2016 – Moira Demesne Moira was calling all music fans...

Music Reviews

Aislinn Logan – Lost or Gone

by - September 19, 2016

Already achieving acclaim, Aislinn Logan encapsulates the quintessential earthy and ethereal qualities of traditional Irish...

Interviews

Interview: Dandelion Tea

by - September 8, 2016

Dandelion Tea is a fresh-faced band trying to secure their place in a bustling Belfast...

Introducing

Introducing: #81 – The Stiff Kick

by - August 4, 2016

Name: The Stiff Kick Hometown: Belfast Genre: Alternative Country Blues ◀ Q & A ▶...

Features

Get Ready For Moira Calling

by - September 6, 2016

Now that we are in the first week of September it seems like you can...

Photosets

Moira Calling 2016

by - September 14, 2016

Photos from the very first Moira Calling on Saturday 10th September 2016. Photos by 2nd...