Daily Archives : March 31, 2014

What We’ve Been Listening To: March 2014

  ► Joshua Burnside Lately I’ve been delving into the wealth of singer-songwriters Northern Ireland has to offer. It’s the ones that are a little bit different that tend to catch my eye. Despite being released back in June 2013, Joshua…

March 31, 2014

Joshua Burnside – 27th March 2014

Joshua Burnside with support from Affleck & Carriages Thursday 27th March 2014 – Whites Tavern, Belfast Joshua Burnside has earned himself a reputation as a great, unique artist on the local scene. Thursday night in the cosy upstairs of Whites…

March 31, 2014

Ka Tet – ‘Baby on The Brink’

  Galway 3 piece, Ka Tet, have had a very good year indeed. They signed to Ruby Records and subsequently released the ‘Arcadia’ album which they then toured round Ireland to promote. Busy boys indeed. ‘Baby On The Brink’ is the…

March 31, 2014

Laibach – Spectre

Uncertain times call for a soundtrack from the Slovenian marital industrial machine. Formed in 1980, Laibach intended their music to be a reflection of their environment (harsh industrial sounds) and, combined with their use of Gesamtkunstwerk aesthetics (often defined as art…

March 31, 2014