Camden Drawl Dublin 2012

What a fantastic weekend at the inaugural Camden Crawl Dublin. Highlights for me were Ghostpoet, Fionn Regan, Sertone, REID, Alarmist and We Are Scientists. Some pictures below…

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Forbidden Fruit Line Up Revealed

Day by Day:

Saturday June 2nd:

Leftfield

Booka Shade

Bloody Beetroots

The Field

Bear In Heaven

Le Galaxie

Toby Kaar

Sunday June 3rd

New Order

The Rapture

Death in Vegas

Mode Selektor

Atlas Sound

Austra

Grimes

Rarely Seen Above Ground

Kool Thing

Monday June 4th

Wilco

James Vincent McMorrow

Beirut

Mazzy Star

Andrew Bird

Field Music

Julia Holter

Windings

Come On Live Long Christmas Mix

Us folk in Come On Live Long have put our heads together this festive season to compile a mix of just some of our favorite songs from the last year or so. It’s free to download from our Soundcloud page.

Burial – Shell of light
Do Make Say Think – Bound to be that way
Feist – The Bad In Each Other
The tallest man on earth – The Blizzard’s Never Seen The Desert Sands
Foals – Spanish Sahara (Mount Kimbie Remix)
Radiohead – Separator (Four Tet RMX)
Apparat – Goodbye (Instrumental)
Active Child – You Are All I See
Little Dragon – Little Man (Tycho Remix)
Dana & Siriusmo – Trommellied
PVT – Light Up Bright Fires
Toro Y Moi – New Beat
Floating Points – Vacuum Boogie
Nite Jewel – It Goes Through Your Head (DaM-FunK Club Dub)
South street player – Who keeps changing your mind

Nouveaunoise – Sequence Consequence

Nouveaunoise return with the release of their follow up to last years drastically overlooked Paraphrase Accolade. The new EP form Nial Conway and Conor Gaffney is called Sequence Consequence and is available from the duo’s bandcamp for whatever price you choose.

If you’ve been listening to the show over the last few weeks you’ll know that I’m terribly fond of this stuff and couldn’t recommend it highly enough.

Introducing: Alarmist

I haven’t felt the need to write much here the last few months, apologies, that’s what having a job can do to oneself.However, that all changed last week when I stumbled across Alarmist.

Comprising of Neil Crowley, Elis Czerniak (of Halves) Osgar Dukes and Barry O’Halpin, Alarmist instantly hit me with their beautiful lush, atmospheric sound which conjures up the influence of Jaga Jazzist jamming with Red Sparrows. A lovely clash of post-rock meets post-jazz. The Dublin based four piece are releasing their debut EP at Block T, Smithfield, on August 19th. The EP is streaming below, do yourself a favor and check them out…