Tag Archives: You May Like This


David Kitt – I Still Don’t Know

First single from Yous, Dubliner Kitt’s first solo record in nine years released this morning.

They say:

The record was largely done by Kitt at his Dublin home, in a “teeny attic room” although old friend and collaborator, Karl Odlum, pops up, and Margie Lewis’s violin plays a crucial role throughout the record, as does Ireland, and more specifically, Dublin.

The city, surrounding countryside, and its inhabitants, are a constant thread throughout, giving the album the feel of a personal travelogue that spans two decades.

Yous (David Kitt)

The Swedish Railway OrchestraYou Can’t Have It

Dazzling electronica from Dubliner Rob Smith’s alternative dance ‘vehicle’.

Joe writes:

 A delicious LCD-style electronic offering from The Swedish Railway Orchestra….Something your readers may enjoy….

Swedish Railway Orchestra (Facebook)

The Hot Sprockets – Cold Cold Sweat

Dublin’s The Hot Sprockets are Soper (guitar and Vocals), Tim (guitar and vocals), Frankie (harmonica, mandolin and organ), Joe (bass) and Andy (drum) playing a mixture of indie soul, pyschedelic blues, Afrobeat, country and rock ‘n’ roll.

Taken from the band’s third album, ‘Dream Mover’, which is launched at The Button Factory, Temple Bar, Dublin 2  on Saturday April 14.

Video by Joseph Ingersoll

The Hot Sprockets

It’s Over‘.

Words and Music by Cathal Feeney.

Performed by The Leeside Trio: Nikki Griffin, Ciaran Ahern and Johnny Houlihan.

From the short film Level 2 (2017), starring Elynia Betts and Peter Melrose (top) and written and directed by Cathal.

In fairness.

Cathal Feeney

Super Silly – Here

Super Sillly  are Hudis, Grvz, SolBas and Glory from Dublin who met  playing gospel in their local church.

You may recall them from last year’s ‘banger’ Not Ready To Leave.

Video directed by Sean Clancy.

Super Silly (Facebook)

Thanks Pete Murphy

Chris O’Brien – Snow

Chris writes:

I’m currently finishing up a diploma in music composition [at Griffith/Pulse]. The most recent thing I’ve written was actually about the snow!

Thought I’d share, considering the day that’s in it. :)

Enjoy the next few days!

The Big Lovin’ – Keeping Up With The Clock

The debut single and video from Cork band led by glammed up beardster Seamus Poillot.

They say:

grabs infectious pop by the tail and knocks you silly with it. It’s like all the other original music you’ve heard, but with a twist: it’s actually good. Damn good.

The Big Lovin’ (Facebook)

A.S. Fanning – Louis Armstrong

A homage to New Orleans jazz, from Dublin-born baritone-d singer/songwriter A.S. Fanning’s debut album Second Life.

Recorded and filmed last Saturday in a Berlin apartment with a 7-piece band.

In fairness.

Listen to Second Life here

AS Fanning (Facebook)

Pine The Pilcrow – Only Ghosts

Video directed by Donal Moloney, who writes:

A couple of months ago I was asked to do a talk in the Tara Buildings on as part of their excellent ‘Creative Mornings’ monthly program.

Prior to my talk the audience were treated to a few songs performed by a newish Irish group called ‘Pine The Pilcrow’. I had never heard of them before but they blew me away with their melancholic and haunting tones.

Their sound seemed a perfect fit for a video idea I had. Their new single ‘Only Ghosts’ (released today) was particularly suited to my notion. I approached them after the talk and they were more than keen to collaborate. I did some prep work and shot this (above) a couple of weeks ago with the assistance of some great friends. If you ever get the chance, check them out.

Pine The Pilcrow

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Previously: Donal Moloney on Broadsheet

The Gloaming – The Booley House

Ahead of their annual run of dates at Dublin’s National Concert Hall, and the release of their ‘Live at the NCH ‘ album on March 2 The Gloaming say:

“We’ve much enjoyed [Donegal-bron illustrator] Jacob Stack’s illustrations and videos over the years and so took much delight in his new drawing that celebrates the release of Live at the NCH. Here’s Jacob in action (above), set to the new live version of The Booley House.“

The Gloaming