Originally linked with the psych-folk vogue of the early 2000s, Alela Diane has since won comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Gillian Welsh and Sharon Van Etten, but her taut, incisive lyrics and eloquently understated voice mark her out as a potently singular talent. Her fifth solo album, Cusp, is due in early 2018. “Songs that ache with the specificity of poetic reportage” (Pitchfork)
After several number one albums back in Ireland, Mick Flannery could have approached his next album with complacency. Instead, the gravelly-voiced singer used 2016’s I Own You to tease out the issues of broken societies with “bone-aching sincerity” (RTÉ)
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