For your listening pleasure, here are 5 recently released albums we think you should add to your playlist.

Rory Nellis

Ready For You Now

Sound Rory

Rory will launch his new record Ready For You Now with a gig in The Mac on June 20. The album is available now on Bandcamp. It’s the debut album from Rory, who is a member of Seven Summits. His music flirts with the neofolk genre while his influences include Weezer, Grandaddy and Radiohead.



Sound Kablammo

Ash celebrated Kablammo!, their first album in eight years, with a gig in the Limelight on Monday. Their new record is a visceral expression of what has driven them since 1992 according to drummer Rick McMurray. The album kicks off strongly with Cocoon and Moodust as early highlights. After a second half lull, Bring Back The Summer closes their sixth studio album on a high.



Sound Malojian

The new album from Malojian, whose given name is Stevie Scullion, was launched with a gig in No Alibis book store last month. Southlands the second album from Malojian and a very strong follow up to his highly acclaimed debut The Deer’s Cry. Stand out tracks incolude Communion Girls, Bathtub Blues and No Alibis.


This Is A Raid

Sound How

A gig on Belfast Barge signalled the arrival of the new album This Is A Raid from HOW, whose influences include The National, Bruce Springsteen and AC/DC. For a band who have been playing live for less than a year they’re an incredibly tight unit with a repertoire of big-hitting songs that most artists would take a decade to accumulate.


Before We Forgot To Dream

Sound SOAK

The new album from the teenage sensation Soak, aka Bridie Monds-Watson, Before We Forgot How To Dream, was released last Monday and is a stunning snapshot of SOAK’s formative years growing up in Northern Ireland.

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