Enthusastic compilation from Colchester Recordings.
Ireland’s self-styled ‘dark prince of pop’ Niall James Holohan.
Debut album from Kristen Hersh’s latest musical incarnation, 50ft Wave.
Follow up to Amores Perros from Mexican director Alejandro Iñárritu, starring Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, and Benicio del Torres.
The second half of Tarantino’s epic. Starring Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Michael Madsen, & Darryl Hannah.
Directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Northern Irish band Ash formed in Downpatrick in 1992 while its three members were still in secondary school. The band, comprising Tim Wheeler (guitar/vocals), Mark Hamilton (bass) and Rick McMurray (drums), ploughed the usual indie furrows of gigging and releasing demos for a couple of years until their debut album Trailer was released in October [...]
Mercury Rev are one of those bands who have a History. The journey from their debut album Yerself is Steam to their newest release The Secret Migration has been long and winding, taking in all manner of inter band warfare and sonic variance along the way. The original band line up was a six piece [...]
June 2004 saw the release of the third album from Irish singer songwriter Alan 'Roesy' Roe, Only Love is Real. Received warmly by most critics, and rapturously by his small but loyal army of fans, it is an optimistic and atmospheric record which, although not dazzling in its originality, is nonetheless a beguiling listening experience. [...]
To understand the full significance of the 10th anniversary re-issue of The Holy Bible it is important to know some of the back story of the band who produced such an iconic album. Nobody knew quite what to make of the Manic Street Preachers when they first burst out of the Welsh Valleys and on [...]