SINGLE REVIEW: Munky – Megaton. Dublin’s funk-punks make a compellingly dark return.

While it has undoubtedly been a vintage year for the Dublin music scene, Munky have been content to shun the crowd and plough their own distinct psych-funk-disco-punk furrow. Springtime saw the release of the band’s debut e.p. Un, Deux, Trois, Cat which, frankly, hasn’t been off our playlists ever since. Munky’s return is predictably perverse, Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Fontaines D.C. – Dogrel. Dubliners’ Debut Does Not Disappoint, Much Of It Familiar Like The Comfort Of A Favourite Jacket.

The last six months have resounded with the constant presence of Fontaines D.C. There has been the string of critically-acclaimed single releases and their ever-expanding live juggernaut smashing through venues of increasing size. The rise has been relentless and inescapable for the Dublin quintet, who now drop their debut long-player Dogrel on a salivating public. Continue Reading

TRACK PREMIER & EP REVIEW: Munky – Un, Deux, Trois, Cat E.P: Brimming with knowing swagger and intelligence

The emerging Dublin scene continues to show no sign of let-up; the latest protagonists being dance-punk outfit Munky who have followed up on early trailers You’ve Got Male and One in Five with an extended-play release, the cheekily titled Un, Deux, Trois, Cat. Resplendent in psych-feline artwork, the outing consolidates Munky’s early promise and post-millennial Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Munky ‘One In Five’ Out 13.03.2019

‘‘One In Five’ is Munky’s unapologetic depiction of ‘the ludicrous nature of victim blaming in the face of modern day rape culture’.’ After their auspicious return from a brief online hiatus, and barely a month after unleashing the phenomenal, psych-infused ‘You Got Male’, Irish lads Munky are presenting yet another facet of themselves with latest Continue Reading