By Sophia McDonald Floating on the cosmic dream that is queer pop, the modern music landscape is being influenced by the best in the LGBTQ+ community. The Irish scene is … Continue Reading St Bishop’s Debut EP ‘Close’ Embodies Queer Pop with Electronic Twists and Turns
Known outside of her moniker as Jessica Smith, the artist strays from conventional provocation or sing-song hooks as she curates what intimacy means to her.
On ‘I Don’t Party Enough Anymore,’ Jack Rua and Saint Taint hit the sweet spot of escapism and emotional release.
Constance Keane, who performs as Fears, processes her own trauma over the course of the record and tacitly invites us to do the same.
The new EP Class Exercises by Aoife McCann, better known as AE Mak, serves as a tribute to the house-parties-that-never-were.
There’s something so familiar and authentic about the music SPRINTS make.
The DJs deliver a body of work that makes one hopeful for the state of the Irish electronic scene.
Their dreamy slacker rock has arrived just in time as we’re getting that grand stretch in the evening.