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01/07/2013

Duration:
1 hour, 57 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 01 July 2013

Stephen McCauley and the team round up the best new music from Ireland north and south with a live session from Duke Special and an interview with Vanilla Gloom

Music Played

33 items
  • Image for Desert Hearts

    Desert Hearts Silver Threads

  • Image for Jetplane Landing

    Jetplane Landing Cheapskate

  • The Topic – Who Should Retire From Live Music?

  • Image for Arborist

    Arborist Hundreds of Ways

  • Duke Special live session

  • Image for The Strokes

    The Strokes Someday

  • Image for Bell X1

    Bell X1 The End is Nigh

  • Image for Jee4ce

    Jee4ce Bubble

  • Image for A Band Called O

    A Band Called O Trigger Happy

  • Duke Special live session

  • Image for Teknopeasant

    Teknopeasant Swine of the Abyss

  • Image for Gaze is Ghost

    Gaze is Ghost Invisible Cities

  • Image for Halves

    Halves Tanager Peak feat Gemma Hayes

  • Image for Ginnels

    Ginnels Rotting Meat

  • Image for Go Swim

    Go Swim Halo

  • First Base With Vanilla Gloom

  • Duke Special

  • That New Band Smell With Brian Coney

    • Image for Yellow Sam

      Yellow Sam Time to make a choice

    • Image for Escobar

      Escobar Cuts and Bruises

    • Untitled

      Audio Cavalry– Vortex

  • Image for Dancing Suns

    Dancing Suns The World

  • Gig Review with William Johnston

    • Image for Empty Lungs

      Empty Lungs Until the day we die

  • Image for Gareth McLaughlin

    Gareth McLaughlin Best Laid Plans

  • Image for Pocket Billiards

    Pocket Billiards So Many People

  • Image for Choco

    Choco Ctrl

  • Image for Freaks

    Freaks Symmetry and Correlation

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