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Q&A | In Their Thousands

In Their Thousands will play their biggest headline show to date this Thursday (December 8th)  at the Sound House in Dublin. The band’s Declan McClafferty recently took the time to speak to TLMT about the group’s re-emergence, Leonard Cohen, and ITT’s new direction. 702 more words

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Listen | Check out the gentle alt-pop of 'Blur' by Paul Sheridan

Alternative-pop singer-songwriter Paul Sheridan has released the gentle folk sound of his new single ‘Blur’.

A slow-moving track, the subtle build of alternative-pop and folk sounds that create Paul Sheridan’s sound are beautifully captured in ‘Blur’, which is taken from the artist’s forthcoming E.P. 70 more words

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Watch | We Raise Bears return with 'To A Distant Plain'

Alternative-folk two-piece We Raise Bear have returned with the music video for ‘To A Distant Plain’.

The first single taken from the duo’s upcoming debut E.P, ‘To A Distant Plain’ is a powerful first introduction into We Raise Bears sound. 101 more words

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Listen | Saint Sister return with the deep atmospheric 'Tin Man'

Saint Sister have made their return with a brand new double a-side single ‘Tin Man / Corpses’.

The atmospheric-folk duo’s first release since their stand-out debut E.P.  136 more words

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Penny Pierce CD now in iTunes

After 2 years, countless hours of  song writing and re-writing, emotional blood sweat and tears, recording sessions, editing and mixing, not to mention a not-so-small expenditure of $$$……my CD arrived this week. 386 more words

Song Writing

Aldous Harding - Stop Your Tears

• “Stop Your Tears” original music video. Thanks to Aldous Harding.

“Excellent Alternative Folk from New Zealand”

From her s/t debut album released in July 2014. 149 more words

2010s

Zopf - Giles Farnaby's Dream

• “Giles Farnaby’s Dream” set to a picture of the reissue album cover. Thanks to Rodrigo marques nogueira.

“Fantastic Alternative Folk from England”

From their album “Music from the Penguin Café” (Obscure obscure no. 318 more words

1970s