Jim Carroll

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New Music – Ghosts, Moo, Cove

New music from Tipperary and Dublin

Premier league: Ghosts

Thu, Apr 4, 2013, 09:00

   

Here are the latest New Music selections from the On The Record column in tomorrow’s edition of The Ticket. Please feel free to share tips below or check out all past New Music selections here.

Ghosts

Superb post-everything electronic bleeps and manipulations from Cashel, Co Tipperary duo Kevin Gleeson and Padraig Ryan. Really strong suite of releases already under their belts with a bunch of EPs (“WLVS” for Champion Sound being the latest) as well as remixes for Simon Bird, Monto and CLU.

Moo

Dublin trio whose expansive rock has elbowroom for Latin grooves, rockabilly and spaghetti western scores. Moo release their new six-track EP “Tall Tales” this week with a gig at Dublin’s Grand Social on April 6 as well as upcoming dates in Mullingar (April 18), Clonakilty (26), Cork (27), the Vantastival festival (May 4) and Galway (10).

Cove

Founded by Tipperary duo Colm Connolly and Phllly Ryan, Cove make alternative music with an electronic bent, all shimmering effects and robust bass. Their self-titled debut EP is a good place to start your Cove explorations.

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