It’s another big week for Irish music with debut releases from Clondalkin rapper Sello, drops his ‘Sellótape’ mix tape and Ex-Spies frontman Neil Dexter who delivers his debut album ‘I’ll Be Ready’, while Irish indie rockers Columbia Mills embrace social consciousness on their latest LP ‘Heart Of A Nation’ and Kodaline revamp their back catalogue on their live album ‘Our Roots Run Deep’.

There’s notable debut singles from Valerie Rose who delivers an extremely polished pop-punk debut in the form of My Head, and Kez, who introduces us to her alt-folk exploits with the charming slow-burning ‘How Can You Not See’.

Inhaler preview their second album with the jaunty new single Love Will Get You There, while pop upstarts Wild Youth and Somebody’s Child chase the radio sun with Modern Colosseum and Sell Out respectively.

Varley hook up with Germany’s Lemony Rug for Private Island (Silence), and Kormac returns with a little help from Loah on Carry Weight while Crumlin’s finest KhakiKid makes his oresence felt on a reworked version of Carbonile’s Moves.

There’s also notable releases from the likes of April, Conor Furlong, Reevah, Jordan Adetunji, Lucy McWilliams, Cronin, Helen Murray, Light Grey, Saibh Skelly, Ways of Seeing, Aoife Wolf, Kid Apollo, Virgins, Morning Midnight, Constant Supply and more besides.

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