Lofty Reviews: new Maria Doyle Kennedy album
Lofty takes a look at the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album Lofty reviews the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album which he calls both confident and compelling. Read the full review below. The self-titled album from Maria Doyle Kennedy is a work of a confident artist which sees her questioning and challenging many of the injustices […]
Rubberbandits ‘Sonny’ has important mental health message
Rubberbandits ‘Sonny’ takes a serious look at suicide and mental health issues in Ireland The Rubberbandits released their new single and accompanying video ‘Sonny’. It holds a hugely important and quite simple mental health message “don’t hang yourself, you mean the world to someone”. The men with bags over their faces are the ones making […]
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Lofty reviews: Translate from Irish band Jiggy
Translate is the debut album from Irish band Jiggy Sometimes an album comes along and surprises you out of nowhere and for me ‘Translate’ the debut album from Irish band Jiggy is certainly such a record. The band are a collective formed in 2014 by Robbie Harris with musical elements drawn from all over the […]
Lofty Reports: Indiependence 2017 Sunday review
If Saturday wasn’t enough for you, Lofty brings you his Indiependence 2017 Sunday review The Lofty boys returned for another day of epic music, fun, food and entertainment! Read below for the full Indiependence 2017 Sunday review. It’s Sunday so it’s back to Indiependence for another day of great music and a chance to see […]
Lofty Reports: the annual Indiependence 2017 review
Indiependence 2017 review – it did not disappoint The Lofty boys make their annual trip to Michelstown for Ireland’s continuously growing festival. As ever, they had a ball of a of time with Saturday summed up below in Lofty’s Indiependence 2017 review. It’s the August Bank Holiday weekend again and there’s only one place to be, Mitchelstown […]
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Ceol Nua: The Hot Sprockets – Right Spots (Official Video)
Brand new music video from The Hot Sprockets – Right Spots The Hot Sprockets have released their brand new video for their single ‘Right Spots’. Right Spots was unleashed to the world in May 2017 and is the first single of the Sprockets third album. As ever with this playful tribe, the video is an eclectic fusion […]
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The songwriter holds all the power
The latest music industry advice column from Rohan Healy – The songwriter holds all the power Rohan Healy is currently running for election to the Board of IMRO (Irish Music Rights Organisation) as Writer Director. IMRO members can vote using the email sent to them containing voting details. A cursory glance at the history of […]
Lofty Reviews: Percolator and Casavettes live
Lofty’s Live Review – Percolator and Casavettes live at the Kasbah Social Club Lofty Reviews – Percolator and Casavettes live: Having spent a decent amount of time with Percolator’s debut album ‘Sestra’ over the past few weeks (the review of which you can read here) expectations were high heading into Dolan’s last Saturday. Also on the […]