Best of Irish – August

Every month we’ll be rounding up some of the best new tracks from north and south in our best of Irish feature. With so much incredible new Irish music every month, there’s a lot to keep up with. Here are...

Stream: New Pagans – Yellow Room

New Pagans are back; to shine a light in the night of our collective near 6 month stint in Covid misery, with new single, ‘Yellow Room’. Coming off the back of their latest EP, Glacial Erratic, it’s a powerful rocker...

Roe – Things We Don’t Talk About

Derry alt-pop prodigy ROE is one of those artists which feels an ever-present on the local scene. Since 2016, the artist flexed an ability to craft unique and intimate tracks with strong mainstream appeal. Following a whirlwind few years, including...

Interview: Peter J. McCauley

Peter J. McCauley has spent much of lockdown watching RuPaul’s Drag Race with his wife. Aside from working on his latest LP Amnesty, the singer and multi-instrumentalist has already caught up to season 11. “I like to live in an...

Influences Mixtape: Leo Miyagee

The number of names putting out rap and hip hop music in Ireland has been growing and growing. The talents of African made, London raised, Belfast rapped Leo Miyagee has pushed him towards the forefront of this emerging corner of...

News

Lough Down Drive In Arts Festival 2020

by - September 20, 2020

With no end in sight to COVID and the live music industry still shutdown, our desire to enjoy a gig grows greater every day. Thankfully MayWe and Crossland have put together several drive in gigs to scratch that itch under...

Fresh Northern Irish Music

Stream: Arvo Party – God in the Window

by - September 9, 2020

Surely in the running for 2020’s most prolific artist, Northern Ireland’s own Arvo Party can’t stop releasing new music. The electronic producer known otherwise as Herb Magee released the incredible Love Above All back in March, then made full use...

Live Reviews

Arborist – 28th February 2020

by - March 5, 2020

The Ulster Sports Club hosts another evening of indie lo-fi music for its tote bag...

Music Reviews

A.N.J.A. – Digital Love Spells

by - September 2, 2020

It is not until I listened to A.N.J.A.’s upcoming EP that I recalled I had...

Interviews

Interview: Isobel Anderson – The Female DIY Musician

by - September 9, 2020

Isobel Anderson is qualified for pretty much anything to do with the sonic arts. Aside from 25 million streams on Spotify, she has a PhD in Sonic Arts acquired from Queen’s University and teaching credits in leading industry colleges such...

Features

Best of Irish – August

by - September 3, 2020

Every month we’ll be rounding up some of the best new tracks from north and...

Photosets

Charity Shop Vinyl – 02/02/2019

by - February 7, 2019

Photos from Charity Shop Vinyl’s show in the Nerve Centre, Derry on Saturday 2nd February...