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R.S.A.G talks to TLMT about drumming, his influences, approach and more – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

R.S.A.G’s Jeremy Hickey will be running a series of drumming workshops as part of Kilkenny Tradfest 2018. Ahead of this weekend’s festival, Jeremy spoke to TLMT about his beginnings are a drummer, influences and approach. When and why did you first start drumming?Apparently, at an early age, I would use any available surface as a […]

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“The power of the message lies in the vocals” Wyvern Lingo – Wyvern Lingo – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Wyvern Lingo’s much-anticipated self-titled debut studio album. It’s important not to become a prisoner of the past. When Wyvern Lingo first emerged onto the Irish music scene their sound could best be described as “folk”. And while their early outings followed genre expectations, I was left with a feeling that something […]

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“I hope Girls Rock Dublin will provide a safe space for young girls to share their own experiences of the world” Girls Rock Dublin talk to TLMT

9 April 2018

Girls Rock Dublin are currently taking applications for their 2018 summer camp and have just announced a fundraiser gig in Whelan’s on May 4th with Maria Kelly, Sub Motion, and ROE. GRD’s Cathy Ahearne recently spoke to TLMT about what they do, what inspired its formation and their hopes for the future.  What is Girls Rock […]

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“Triumph and tragedy” Paddy Hanna – Frankly, I Mutate – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Frankly, I Mutate, the long-awaited sophomore album from Paddy Hanna. Triumph and tragedy, these are the two warring themes that find themselves at the heart of Frankly, I Mutate. Constantly juxtaposing one another, either lyrically or musically, the contrast at play on Paddy Hanna’s comeback album paints the picture of a songwriter without […]

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The Girl Talk speak to TLMT ahead of their Soma show tonight – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

The first in a series of collaborative features between the Last Mixed Tape and Whelan’s based monthly gig event Soma, tonight’s live act the Girl Talk took the time to answer TLMT’s Q&A. What is influencing you at the moment?Jonathan: The Neighbourhood, Joy Division, InterpolBen: The Jesus and Mary Chain, Beach Fossils, The Pains Of Being […]

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“An intimate self-portrait of an artist nine years later” David Kitt – Yous – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Yous, the much anticipated new studio album from David Kitt.  His first outing under his own name in almost a decade, David Kitt follows up his recent Choice Music Prize nominated project New Jackson with Yous, a nicely crafted organic offering that places Kitt’s songwriting to the front. David Kitt’s ability to create […]

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“It’s about coming to terms with who you are” Soccer Mommy speaks to TLMT about her new album ‘Clean’ – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

Dream-pop songwriter Soccer Mommy (Sophie Allison) is set to headline the Grand Social in Dublin on September 7th as she tours her debut outing Clean. Ahead of the gig, Allison spoke to the Last Mixed Tape about the album’s writing, recording and expectation. Clean not only marks Soccer Mommy’s debut full-length album but also Allison’s first studio […]

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“A different beast entirely” Le Galaxie – Pleasure – The Last Mixed Tape

9 April 2018

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Pleasure, the much-anticipated third studio album from electro-pop act Le Galaxie.  If Le Club was an album of unwieldy excess then Pleasure is a different beast entirely. Shedding the over-reliance on 80’s kitsch that hurt their previous outing, Le Galaxie’s return is laser-focused in its intent and feels like the first time they have been able […]

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The Mountain Man Band – Killer Wails

6 February 2017

Killer Wails There are many ways for a band to make themselves memorable. Trying to tailor a new, modern dress for a rather old-fashioned genre like the blues is definitely one of them. With its first album Killer Wails The Mountain Man Band creates a contemporary access to the diversified world of blues rock and […]

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Q&A | In Their Thousands

5 February 2017

In Their Thousands will play their biggest headline show to date this Thursday (December 8th)  at the Sound House in Dublin. The band’s Declan McClafferty recently took the time to speak to TLMT about the group’s re-emergence, Leonard Cohen, and ITT’s new direction. As a band, what is influencing you at the moment?It’s really hard […]

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