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  1. Owen Denvir 'Stones' E.P

    Gemma Bradley

    Contributor, Across The Line

    Owen Denvir 'Stones' E.P

    Gemma Bradley reviews Owen Denvir's new EP 'Stones'

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  2. Review: Beach Comber - Parting Cuts

    Steven Rainey

    BBC Northern Ireland

    Review: Beach Comber - Parting Cuts

    A band name can tell you a lot about the kind of music you’re going to get.

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  3. Cherym Get Weird

    Nance Hall

    Writer

    Cherym Get Weird

    Cherym release new single 'Weird Ones'

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  4. Review: April - New Conditions

    Nance Hall

    Writer

    Review: April - New Conditions

    Kildare artist April Lawlor releases her debut EP New Conditions.

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  5. Reevah La Vida

    Taylor Johnson

    Reevah La Vida

    Reevah 'A Different Light' Review

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  6. Review: Snow Patrol | Limelight 1

    Taylor Johnson

    Review: Snow Patrol | Limelight 1

    Tonight, the room is one, and as ‘You’re All I Have’ drifts into life, the Limelight choir prepare to sing their hearts out.

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  7. Farewell Quiet Arch Gig Review

    Taylor Johnson

    Farewell Quiet Arch Gig Review

    There is strength in this simple act of togetherness.

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  8. One Hill of an Album

    Taylor Johnson

    One Hill of an Album

    Careerist | Weird Hill Review

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  9. REVIEW: Calling All Horses – ‘Oh Desire’

    Steven Rainey

    BBC Northern Ireland

    REVIEW: Calling All Horses – ‘Oh Desire’

    They say you can’t teach an old punk new tricks, and while this is absolutely true in the case of grizzled rock veteran Martin Corrigan, it hasn’t stopped him being at the forefront of some incendiary music.

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  10. Review: Lambing Season – Quickening of the Year

    Steven Rainey

    BBC Northern Ireland

    Review: Lambing Season – Quickening of the Year

    Sometimes something beautiful can come from something terrible. Human beings are remarkably resilient creatures, and we’re adept at turning misfortune into something useful. That doesn’t make it any easier to deal with the personal cost, though.

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