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Clare Mullaniff

In Review: Loud Motive – We Just Got Here E.P

1 February 2016

Loud Motive are a fresh, hip-hop musical group, with four of the five members coming to Ireland from Africa as children. Their varying backgrounds and cultural influences make for an explosive mix of creativity and stories of facing adversity with strong beats and even stronger raps. On the foundation of five very musical childhoods, the band […]

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In Review: Half Crown

16 January 2016

The fifth E.P released by blues/rock five-piece group Half Crown, Live & Acoustic, features four previously released tracks from the band’s other albums, and one cover song. Although this E.P is the newest, it was released in December 2014. The five Brighton boys were busy touring for most of last year, so chances are a […]

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The 4-Week Challenge: Going Vegan

11 January 2016

by Clare Mullaniff I am one for New Year’s resolutions. I like rounded, even resolutions like reading 52 books in the year or listening to 52 new albums in the year (both I completed). So this year I wanted something just as neat, but a little bit more challenging, yet beneficial in some way. I […]

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Conor Walsh – The Front E.P Review

16 November 2015

Instrumental music is not the focus of most musicians these days; it’s an art form both overlooked and underused. Hailing from Mayo, Conor Walsh is a lifelong piano player with a passion for creating minimalist and emotive instrumental ensembles that evoke more meaning than most lyrical pieces out there. Influenced by a wide range of […]

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In Review: Plutonic Dust

14 September 2015

Fresh from the Body & Soul Stage at Electric Picnic 2015, Plutonic Dust are a four-piece, Irish electronic group that embody the essence of live sound. Nitelife’s very own, Darragh J. Mullooly, awarded them the number three position in his top 10 acts not to miss at EP15, and all reports indicate that they did […]

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