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Look at the State of us - Cork Rock, 1992

As a college student in Cork between 1985 and 1989, The Triskel Arts Centre was where I believed some of the more off-beat cultural stuff in the city was going down. 1,726 more words

Frank And Walters

HOT PRESS ALBUM REVIEW: THERAPY? 'DISQUIET'

Here’s an un-trimmed for space review of the new Therapy? record that ran in Hot Press (with added ‘Still Hurts’ track review below).

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Disquiet (Amazing Record Co.) 242 more words

Ciaran Lavery - "his voice reels you in effortlessly, and hooks you with songs full of love, loss and loneliness"

Ciaran Lavery is an indie-folk artist hailing from the small remote village of Aghagallon, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. He has been noted to use his isolated homeland as inspiration for his music and in 2013, brought out his first album ‘Not Nearly Dark’ then followed by the beautifully crafted EP ‘Kosher’, reportedly made in just three days. 190 more words

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HOT PRESS 900

So,issue 900 of Hot Press is out (yes,nine fucking hundred) and this fortnight I interviewed Ripper Street’s Charlene McKenna and hotly tipped singer Natalie Prass,waved a fond farewell to American Horror Story: Freak Show in… 34 more words

HOT PRESS ALBUM REVIEW: CHERYL 'ONLY HUMAN'

Here’s a reprint of my verdict on the new Cheryl Tweedy album that ran in Hot Press a few issues ago.Guess who’s still disappointed in her solo stuff? 246 more words

Hot Press Big Break Live 2014

Hot Press Big Break Live brought a big crowd to Odessa Club to see winners Rocstrong, with the ever charming Gavin James opening. He’s always a pleasure to watch and is so unbelievably talented.

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