It would have been easy for them to churn out an album full of sound-alikes, echoes of previous glories, “doing it for the fans”. So it is to their credit that Dave Gahan and co appear to have mixed things up a bit.
Described by Queens principal Josh Homme as “an audio documentary of a manic year,” … Like Clockwork is the band’s first full length collection of all new material since 2007′s Era Vulgaris.
Jimmy LaValle frames his vocals with music unlike anything Mark Kozelek has released on before. Often jarring, yet interesting, at other times, transcendent.
While they have released dates for shows in Waterford, Limerick and Dublin, the band will also play a special Cork show and add support slots very soon.
Cable35 follow up last year’s Louder album with a short, seven song EP.
And So I Watch You From Afar return for their first album minus original member Tony Wright with what can best be described as their prog-rock party album.
Exit are a band from Austin, Texas who have been around the music scene for many years and here is their latest album.
Described by Homme as “an audio documentary of a manic year,” “…Like Clockwork” is the band’s first full length collection of all new material since 2007.
Low return with album number 11. Unobtrusively produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, it’s a definite reaction to expansive predecessor C’mon, in that it’s far sparser and stripped-down.
Belfast band Girls Names return with album number two and a significant change in sound. Cathal Cully and co have refined their sound, so what we now get is post-punk textures over Claire…