Knock down any wall that stands in your way of seeing them.

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★★★★½ The Sydney Morning Herald Rodrigo y Gabriela Review

Notes From An Island – ★★★★ Review SMH

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NOTES FROM AN ISLAND (Gilded Lily Records/Planet) ★★★★☆ Blair Dunlop doesn't advertise it but his father, Ashley Hutchings, was one of the most influential musicians in the English folk boom...

Blair Dunlop releases fourth studio album ahead of Australian Tour

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On the eve of his sophomore Australian tour dates Blair Dunlop is set to release his fourth studio album ‘Notes From An Island’. Described as his heartbreak album exploring the parallels of personal solitude and national isolationism.

Blair Dunlop Interview – The Music

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Ahead of Blair Dunlop‘s second visit to Australia, he took the time to chat with Chris Familton about his new album’s blend of English folk and American country music and the role that…

Glen Hansard – New album ‘BETWEEN TWO SHORES’ out now

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Marking his third solo album, singer-songwriter Glen Hansard has released Between Two Shores out today via Anti-. Following up 2015’s GRAMMY nominated Didn’t He Ramble, and his 2012 solo debutRhythm and Repose, the ten-track collection was produced by Hansard himself...

Interview Rhythms Magazine – Blair Dunlop

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By the time you read this the new album by Blair Dunlop, Notes From An Island, will have been completed – he was midway through recording it when we spoke


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Touring Australia this March Remote Control and Rough Trade are excited to announce Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker’s new album Seedlings All will be released on Friday 23 March. To...

Interview: Rodrigo y Gabriela The Australian

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The 500-odd metre ramble from the Irish Whiskey Museum to St Stephen’s Green feels undistinguished under a granitic Dublin sky. Impatient locals weighed down by winter coats zigzag amid tourists…