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In the Irish pipeline

It’s already been a bumper year for Irish albums, with notable releases from Gemma Hayes, Chequerboard, Republic Of Loose, Crayonsmith and Jape. Others to add to that list in the coming weeks and months include the much talked about – …

Fri, May 16, 2008, 09:24

   

It’s already been a bumper year for Irish albums, with notable releases from Gemma Hayes, Chequerboard, Republic Of Loose, Crayonsmith and Jape.

Others to add to that list in the coming weeks and months include the much talked about – and blogged about – Carly Sings, who releases her debut album The Glove Thief on June 6th.

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Not all Dublin singer- songwriters sit on the folky fence and alt-pop activist Conor Furlong releases his Eternal debut album on May 30th.

Expect to see Lisa Hannigan’s debut finally making an appearance in 2008 as well. She’ll be roadtesting songs from that set on her summer-long tour, which kicks off in Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on June 6th.

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