Category: folk pop

Cat Malojian – Life Rolls On

Given the name it was never in any doubt that this was anything other than an Irish band. It’s a phrase I haven’t heard since college mind you. The trio responsible for the language archaeology come from Lurgan, Co. Armagh […] 

We Are Trees – Teenage Heartbreak

It probably sounds close to ridiculous now given the current state of technological advancement but I can clearly remember getting our first landline phone installed and the highlight for many weeks being the moment it actually rang. Everything stopped through […] 

David Wax Museum – Will You Be Sleeping?

There are bands that make songs that sound like they’ve thrown the kitchen sink at it. Unfortunately this can often end up like a kitchen sink filled with greasy delf and cutlery. But not when you have an act as […] 

Passenger – Feather On The Clyde

Something nice and quiet while the kiddies sleep nearby. A song by the oddly voiced Mike Rosenberg that had me hooked even before the brass kicked in. And isn’t it nice to listen to songs where the words trickle out […] 

[Live Review] NEeMA (The Sugar Club, Dublin)

What could have been a run of the mill Monday night (4th July, 2011) was beautifully transformed by NEeMA. I had only heard one song by her before I walked into the Sugar Club so was unsure what to expect. […] 

[Live Review] Laura Marling (Vicar Street, Dublin)

Let me start by saying I am a Laura Marling fan. I always have been and always will be. This was my first time seeing her live and there was an air of anticipation at Vicar Street (Thursday, 23 June […] 

Other Lives – For 12

 

Folklore – The Pharmacist

Folklore’s debut ‘The Ghost of H.W. Beaverman’ is our 10th release on indiecater and we’re so glad this lovely record is illuminating that particular milestone. The album was our favourite of 2007 and so getting the opportunity to showcase it […] 

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