It’s another huge week for Irish music with the release of CMAT’s second album ‘Crazymad, For Me’ and The Mary Wallopers ‘Irish Rock N Roll’ alongside a trio of albums from Northern Irish artists; the long-awaited (by us anyway) debut album from Rosborough ‘Every Memory’, the genre defying Jordan Adetunji’s ‘Rock ‘N’ Rave’ and George Houston’s debut ‘Vehicular Suicide’.

Jazz Punks Vernon Jane deliver their second album ‘Chestpains and Sidepieces’, while Zaska gets funky with the release of his Live in Dublin album. There’s also EPs from up and coming producer cbakl, Dublin shoegazers The Fae deliver their debut EP ‘Bloodrush’, as does Lucy Robinson (Devices) while indie pop outfit Milk. return with their ‘London’ EP, Ouida shares her ‘Come Rain, Come Shine’ EP and Bambie Thug delivers ‘Cathexis’.

Following a successful appearance at Ireland Music Week, Tim Chadwick returns with new single ‘1+ Only’, veteran rockers All Tvvins continue to re-emerge with ‘Every Minute’ while pop duo Rooue deliver their first outing of the year ‘So Bad’.

ViOlet continues to impress with her latest alt-pop release ‘Heat’, Luz Corrigan excels on piano ballad ‘I Shouldn’t Be here’, while Niamh Bury continues to show why she’s an exciting new voice in Irish folk with latest single ‘Discovery’ and Irish R’N’B trendsetter Cosha delivers her latest single ‘Want You Back’.

All this plus new tracks from the likes of The Coronas, Trinkets, Strabe, Kid V, Disfreq, Elliott Mo, Jobert John Ardiff, Anna Leah, Kid Apollo, Light Grey and more besides.

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The Mary Wallopers


Jordan Adetunji

Bambie Thug

George Houston

Vernon Jane




The Fea


Lucy Robinson