Here's what we're spinning at the moment. Fantastic new indie pop singles by fantastic artists. I must say it’s also the most unusual dance troupe. Relax – An Indie Folk / Cabin Pop playlist to help you relax a bit. Back in the balmy outdoor parkland at Trinity College it’s great to see that the fans have not brought deckchairs to watch Rag ‘n’ Bone Man. This is what he told them. Indie Music Review provides album reviews, MP3s downloads, music videos, concert reviews, tour dates and contests. Updated regularly. Taylor Swift has had high profile disputes with several of her peers — and her beef with Kanye West goes back years. Independent Music Reviews is a curated music blog that contains indie music reviews and shares new singles and music videos. And, though he is only 33, it is all ages of soul searchers who have come to absorb the indie performer’s melancholy lyrics in an uplifting beat. But they shrugged their shoulders and muttered, "he'll grow out of it"; they refused to be outraged. Big hits, big hair, big moustaches. Independent Music Reviews is a curated music blog that contains indie music reviews and shares new singles and music videos. The cowboys flip their hips in line dancing moves and the rhinestone girl appears in her pink chiffon shift, and white cowboy boots, warming up the audience with ‘Better the Devil You Know’. Into the West. Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of the website you find most interesting and useful. THE rain may have poured - but it hardly made a difference with fans distracted by the bouncing sounds of Mumford and Sons rocking out Malahide Castle on their Delta world tour. Her creativity was at its lowest ebb too - she was struggling to write a single song. It’s a hot Tuesday in Dublin city and the River Liffey is steaming. It was then that she felt the sheer weight of being so far from home and from family and friends. We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our website. We review all genres, from doom metal to jazz. Nobody can sing like Hozier in the world right now. The English singer - real name Sarah Joyce - had moved to rural Arkansas with her musician husband and had a child there. Last night in Cork Rod Stewart made sure that Liam Miller was in our hearts. With their Ivy League education, boat shoes and wonderful hair, they seemed to have explicitly positioned themselves in opposition to hairy rocker cliches and headbanging machismo. 'I was just blown away by the quality of the songs he'd done' - Rumer on the American troubadour whose songs drew her out of a creative rut, A Hero's Death review: Time to start believing the hype as Fontaines DC confirm themselves as the real deal, Folklore review: Taylor Swift’s surprise album shows a new maturity from the pop princess - it may be her best yet, Rough and Rowdy Ways album review: Masterful Bob Dylan follows his tell-tale heart, Low, by David Bowie: a grandly melancholy album forged from unhappiness in 1970s Berlin, Hozier at Hammerstein Ballroom, New York review: Rapturous ovation for Bray wanderer on first of five sell-out shows, Sinéad O'Connor at Róisín Dubh, Galway review: 'Incredible - every heart in Galway was breaking with her', Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 'Ghosteen' album review: 'The atmosphere of sadness is so intense that it is sometimes difficult to listen to', Hozier at Electric Picnic review: 'I can't put a name on the feeling of being home, of singing for a home crowd', Foo Fighters at RDS Dublin review: 'Grohl plays the guitar with an intensity that at times is unfathomable', Bob Dylan in Kilkenny: A gig that should be cherished close to our hearts, Neil Young at Nowlan Park: an honour to sit in the sun and witness keeper of the flame, Glen Hansard at Nowlan Park: Support act 'bristles with ragged, restless energy' before Neil Young and Bob Dylan, Review: Our beloved Stevie Wonder's movement has slightly changed - but his tenor and tone tops the pops, Gig review: princes of plastic pop Daryl Hall and John Oates at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens, Chart-toppers Westlife make triumphant home-coming to Croke Park - and it was like they'd never left, Vampire Weekend, Trinity College Dublin review: A set spanning their catalogue, Springsteen cover, and inflatable globes, Lana Del Rey at Malahide Castle: 'I really love the storytelling in Irish songs', Mumford and Sons at Malahide Castle: Rain fails to dampen party as band thrills crowd, Fleetwood Mac at the RDS review - 'one of the stand-out shows of the year', Rod Stewart at Páirc Uí Chaoimh review: 'Rodders does old school stagecraft like no other', Wasteland Baby!
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